The Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2021

The Queen’s Birthday Honours lists recognise the achievements and service of people across the UK, from all walks of life. The 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours list were published on June 11 2021.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

William Lester ADDERLEY, Philanthropist. For services to Charity. Professor John Alexander David ASTON, Harding Professor of Statistics, University of Cambridge and lately Chief Scientific Adviser, Home Office. For services to Statistics and Public Policymaking. Philip AUGAR, lately Chair, Post-18 Education and Funding Review. For services to Higher and Further Education Policy. Michael David William GOOLEY, C.B.E., Founder, Trailfinders. For services to Business and to Charity. Professor Andrew HOPPER, C.B.E., F.R.S., FREng, Treasurer and Vice-President, the Royal Society. For services to Computer Technology. Professor Peter William HORBY, Professor, Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Research. Professor John Anderson KAY, C.B.E., F.B.A., F.R.S.E., Economist. For services to Economics, to Finance and to Business. Professor Martin Jonathan LANDRAY, Professor, Medicine and Epidemiology, Oxford University. For services to Public Health and to Science. Anthony Joseph LLOYD, M.P., (Tony Lloyd), Member of Parliament for Rochdale. For Public Service. Roger MARSH, O.B.E., D.L., Chair, NP11, Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership and The Piece Hall Trust. For services to Business, to the Economy and to the community in Northern England. Dr. Michael Oliver McBRIDE, Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland. For services to Public Health in Northern Ireland. Antonio Mota De Sousa HORTA-OSORIO, lately Chief Executive Officer, Lloyds Banking Group. For services to Financial Services and voluntary services to Mental Healthcare and Culture. Hamid PATEL, C.B.E., Chief Executive Officer, Star Academies. For services to Education. Professor Andrew John POLLARD, Professor, Paediatric Infection and Immunity, University of Oxford. For services to Public Health, particularly during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Jonathan PRYCE, C.B.E., Actor. For services to Drama and to Charity. Michael James RYAN, C.B.E., Vice President/General Manager Belfast, Spirit Aerosystems. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland. Professor Keith Malcolm WILLETT, C.B.E., National Director for Emergency Planning and Incident Response, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS.

OVERSEAS AND INTERNATIONAL LIST Dr. Michael HOUGHTON, Director, Li Ka Shing Applied Virology Institute and Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Alberta, Canada. For services to Medicine

D.B.E. To be Ordinary Dames Commander of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order: Professor Helen Valerie ATKINSON, C.B.E., FREng, Pro- Vice- Chancellor, Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing, Cranfield University. For services to Engineering and to Education. Professor Phyllida BARLOW, C.B.E., R.A., Artist and Sculptor. For services to Art. Catherine Elizabeth BINGHAM, lately Chair, Vaccine Taskforce. For services to the Procurement, Manufacture and Distribution of Covid-19 Vaccines. Imogen COOPER, C.B.E., Pianist. For services to Music. Professor Sarah Catherine GILBERT, Saïd Professorship of Vaccinology, Jenner Institute and Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine. For services to Science and to Public Health in Covid Vaccine Development. Margaret Olivia HILLIER, M.P., Member of Parliament for Hackney South and Shoreditch. For Political and Parliamentary service. Sandra Gayl HORLEY, C.B.E., lately Chief Executive, Refuge. For services to the Prevention of Domestic Abuse and to the Protection of Women and Children. The Right Honourable Andrea Jacqueline LEADSOM, M.P., Member of Parliament for South Northamptonshire. For Political Service. Prudence Margaret LEITH, C.B.E., D.L., Restaurateur and Television Presenter. For services to Food, to Broadcasting and to Charity. Sara LLEWELLIN, Chief Executive Officer, Barrow Cadbury Trust. For services to Social Justice. Professor Caroline Jan MACEWEN, lately Chair, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. For services to Ophthalmology and Healthcare Leadership during the Covid-19 Response. Arlene PHILLIPS, C.B.E., Choreographer. For services to Dance and to Charity. Maura REGAN, O.B.E., Chief Executive Officer, Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust. For services to Education. Anne Helen RICHARDS, C.V.O., C.B.E., F.R.S.E. For services to Financial Services, to Women, to Education and to Science.

C.B.E. To be Ordinary Commanders of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Caroline Susan ABRAHAMS, Charity Director, Age UK. For services to the Voluntary Sector and Older People during Covid-19. Michael ADAMSON, Chief Executive, British Red Cross. For services to the Humanitarian Sector and to the Red Cross Movement. Professor Robert John ALLISON, Vice-Chancellor, Loughborough University. For services to Higher Education. Sophie Clodagh Mary BLAIN, (Sophie Andreae). For services to Heritage. Conrad Winter BAILEY, lately Director, Covid-19, Department for Transport. For Public Service. Susan BARKER, O.B.E., Sport Commentator. For services to Sport, to Broadcasting and to Charity. Oliver BENZECRY, Chairman, Accenture, UK and Ireland. For services to the Economy. Canon Professor Nigel John BIGGAR, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, Oxford University. For services to Higher Education. Kathryn Ann BISHOP. For services to Diversity and Public Administration. The Lady Perdita Maureen BLACKWOOD. For services to Disabled Young People and to Charity in Northern Ireland. Paul BOOTH, O.B.E., Chair, Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). For services to Business and to the Economy. Crawford Lindsay Simpson BOSWELL, Chief Executive Officer, FareShare. For services to charitable Food Provision during Covid-19. Antony John BOURNE, O.B.E., Director, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to EU Exit. Emma HOWARD BOYD, Chair, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment. David Edward BOYLE, Chief Executive Officer, Dunraven Educational Trust, Lambeth. For services to Education.

David BRYAN, Chair, Board of Trustees, Voluntary Arts, Chair, Battersea Arts Centre and Chair, Brixton House. For services to the Arts. Margaret Yvonne BUSBY, O.B.E., Publisher, Editor, Writer and Broadcaster. For services to Publishing. Paul Henry CACKETTE, Director, Outbreak Control Management. For services to the Scottish Government. Lulu KENNEDY-CAIRNS, O.B.E. For services to Music, to Entertainment and to Charity. Lee JOHN-CHARLES, Deputy Legal Director, Litigation, Government Legal Department. For services to Law. Lauren Margot Peachy CHILD, M.B.E., Children’s Author and Illustrator. For services to Children’s Literature. Mary Helen CREAGH, lately Member of Parliament for Wakefield. For Parliamentary and Political Services. Michael Bernard CUNNINGHAM, Q.P.M., lately, Chief Executive Officer, College of Policing. For services to Policing and to Public Service. David Alan Ezra DANGOOR, D.L. For services to the community in Greater London. Julie DEANE, O.B.E., Founder and Chief Executive Officer, The Cambridge Satchel Company. For services to Entrepreneurship and to Manufacturing. Professor John Eric DEANFIELD, Director, National Institute of Cardiovascular Outcomes Research, and Senior Advisor to Public Health England. For services to the Prevention and Treatment of Heart Disease. Paul John Vincent DEVINE, Director, Security and Resilience. For services to Defence. Susan Frances DOUGLAS, Chief Executive Officer, Eden Academy Trust and Senior Adviser, Schools, British Council. For services to Education. Andrew Martin DUFFELL, O.B.E., Head of Dealing Desk, UK Debt Management Office. For services to Public Finance. Samantha EDE, Deputy Director, Home Office Legal Advisers, Government Legal Department. For services to the Law. Professor Paul ELLIOTT, Covid Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine, Imperial College London. For services to Scientific Research in Public Health. Gay HUEY EVANS, O.B.E. For services to the Economy and to Philanthropy. William Stephen FERRIS, O.B.E., D.L., lately Chief Executive, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust. For services to Heritage. Kenneth Brian FRAMPTON. For services to Architecture. Professor Alissa Tamar GOODMAN, Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University College London. For services to Social Science. Dr. Philippa GREGORY. For services to Literature and to Charity in the UK and The Gambia. Martin Patrick GRIFFITHS, D.L., Consultant Vascular and Trauma Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare. Christopher Douglas HALL, lately Deputy Chief Commercial Officer, Government Commercial Function, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Dr. Norman HARRISON, lately Non-Executive Director, UK Atomic Energy Authority. For services to Fusion and to the Nuclear Industry. Roy HODGSON, lately Manager, Crystal Palace Football Club. For services to Football. John Wesley HOLDER, (Ram John Holder), Actor and Musician. For services to Drama and Music. David Kenneth HUNT, Head of Vaccine Operations, AstraZeneca. For services to UK Healthcare and to the Covid-19 Response. Antony Peter JENKINS, Chair of the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education. For services to Business. Martin William JONES, Chief Executive, Parole Board for England and Wales. For services to Victims, Diversity and Transparency within the Parole Process. Susan KERINS (Susan Taylor), lately Deputy Director, Residential and Accommodation Support Services Division, H.M. Prison and Probation Service. For Public Service. Professor Jameel Sadik AL-KHALILI, O.B.E., F.R.S., Professor of Physics and Professor of Public Engagement in Science, University of Surrey. For services to Science and to Public Engagement in STEM. Oluwole Olatunde KOLADE, Managing Partner, Livingbridge. For services to Financial Services. Shelagh Jane LEGRAVE, O.B.E., Chief Executive Officer, Chichester College Group. For services to Education. Oliver Aneurin LEWIS. For Public and Political Service. Anne Elizabeth LONGFIELD, O.B.E., lately Children’s Commissioner for England. For services to Children. Dr. Adam Jay Bressler MARSHALL, lately Director General, British Chambers of Commerce. For services to Business. Bruce MARSHALL, Ministry of Defence Lead for Assistance to NHS England in Personal Protective Equipment Procurement. For Public Service particularly during Covid-19. Dr. Richard Peter MARSHALL, Senior Vice President, Late Phase Development, Respiratory and Immunology, AstraZeneca. For services to UK Science and to the Covid-19 Response. Ian McCUBBIN, O.B.E., Manufacturing Expert on Steering Committee, Vaccine Taskforce. For services to Life Sciences. Sarah Kristen McFEE (Kristen Mcleod), Director, Office for Life Sciences. For services to the Life Sciences Sector. John Walter McNAIRNEY, Chief Planner, Scottish Government. For Public Service. Professor Fiona Catherine McQUEEN, lately Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland. For services to the NHS in Scotland. Kenneth Blair MUIR. For services to Education particularly during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Professor Chuka Uchemefuna NWOKOLO, Consultant Gastroenterologist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. For services to the NHS and to Medical Research. Martin PARR. Documentary Photographer. For services to Photography. Dr. Helen Samantha PARRETT, O.B.E., Chief Executive Officer and Executive Principal, London South East Education Group. For services to Education.

Emma Laetitia PELL (Emma Squire), Director, Arts Heritage and Tourism, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. For services to Heritage and to the Arts during Covid-19. Colin Christopher PERRY, Director, Economy, Northern Ireland Office. For services to EU Exit, Transition and Legacy. Damian PIPER, Deputy Director, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Mark PROCTOR, Global Supply and Strategy Senior Director (Covid Vaccine), AstraZeneca. For services to the Covid-19 Response. Emma Victoria REED, Director, Emergency Response and Health Protection, Department of Health and Social Care. For Public Service particularly during the Covid-19 Response. Nicholas David ROSS, Broadcaster. For services to Broadcasting, to Charity and to Crime Prevention. Michael Graham ROWE, Director, Marine and Fisheries, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to EU Exit and to International Trade. Clive SELLEY, Chief Executive, Openreach. For services to Telecommunications during Covid-19. Professor Thomas William SHAKESPEARE, Professor, Disability Research, International Centre for Evidence in Disability, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. For services to Disability Research. Dr. Jonathan Paul SHEFFIELD, O.B.E., lately Chief Executive Officer, Clinical Research Network, National Institute for Health Research. For services to Medical Research particularly during the Covid-19 Response. Nigel Vernon SHORT. For services to the Economy in Wales. Professor Sally Ann SHUTTLEWORTH, Professor, English Literature, University of Oxford. For services to the study of English Literature. Professor Thomas SOLOMON, Chair of Neurological Science, University of Liverpool. For services to Neurological and Emerging Infections Research. Denise Anne SPENCE. For services to Girlguiding and to Public Service. Professor Roy Archibald Joseph SPENCE, O.B.E., J.P., Consultant Surgeon, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Professor Amanda Penelope SUNDERLAND, lately Chief Nurse, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. Professor William James SUTHERLAND, Miriam Rothschild Professor, Conservation Biology, University of Cambridge. For services to Evidence-based Conservation. Professor Evelyn Elizabeth TELFER, Professor, Reproductive Biology, University of Edinburgh. For services to Female Reproductive Biology. Lynda Margaret THOMAS, (Lynda Branch), Chief Executive Officer, Macmillan. For services to Charity. Ruth Anne Llewellin TODD, Director of Programmes, Vaccine Taskforce, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Vaccine Delivery. Michael Alexander Frederik DES TOMBE, Deputy Director, Government Legal Department. For Public Service. Professor Fiona TOMLEY, Professor, Experimental Parasitology, The Royal Veterinary College. For services to Animal Health. Christopher Peter TOWNSEND, O.B.E. For services to Clinically Vulnerable People during the Covid-19 Response. Edmund Arthur Lowndes de WAAL, O.B.E., Potter and Writer. For services to the Arts. Katherine Sarah WADDINGTON. For services to Public Relations and the Voluntary Sectors. Richard Christopher WAKEMAN, Musician, Presenter and Author. For services to Music and Broadcasting. Kresse Ann-Marie WESLING, M.B.E., Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Elvis & Kresse Ltd. For services to Sustainable Business. Juliette Marie WHITE, Vice President, Global SHE (Safety, Health and Environment) and Sustainability, AstraZeneca plc. For services to Life Sciences and to the Medical Supply Chain. Karin Lee WOODLEY, Chief Executive, Cambridge House. For services to Social Justice.

O.B.E. To be Ordinary Officers of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Marc Lee ABRAHAM, Veterinary Surgeon. For services to Animal Welfare. Charles David FORBES ADAM, D.L. For services to Charitable Fundraising. Professor Marios ADAMOU, Consultant Psychiatrist, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health. Sarah Lea ADCOCK. For services to EU Exit and International Trade. Adetokunbo Temitope ADESUYAN, Senior District Crown Prosecutor, Crown Prosecution Service, London. For services to Law and Order. Rimla AKHTAR, M.B.E., Co-founder, Muslim Women in Sport Network. For services to Equality and Diversity in Sport. Vidhya ALAKESON, Chief Executive, Power to Change Trust. For services to Social Equality. Eleanor Deanne Therese ALBERGA, Composer and Pianist. For services to Music. Justin Thomas ALBERT. For services to the Historic and Natural Environment in Wales. David John ALMOND, Children’s Author. For services to Literature. Jonathan Beesley BACHE, J.P., lately Chair, Magistrates Association. For services to the Magistracy and the Administration of Justice. Peter Ambrose BARBER. For services to Architecture. Kristina Louise BARNETT, Chief Executive Officer, ICE Benevolent Fund. For services to Civil Engineers and their Families. Dr. Sara Penelope BARRATT, Chief Executive Officer, The Bridge London Trust. For services to Education. Professor Michael BARRETT, Laboratory Director, Lighthouse Laboratory, Glasgow. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Professor Linda Caroline BAULD, Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health, University of Edinburgh. For services to Guiding Public Health Response to and Public Understanding of Covid-19.

Theresa Ann BEATTIE. For services to Dance and to Dancers. Susan BELL, Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Clinical Director, Kids Inspire. For services to Charity, to Mental Health Provision and to Education. Terence BENDIXSON, President Emeritus, Living Streets. For services to Walking. Allan MacDonald BENNETT, Head of Biosafety, Air and Water Microbiology Group, Public Health England. For services to Microbiology in the Covid-19 Response. Professor Michael BENTON, F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Professor of Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of Bristol. For services to Palaeontology and to Community Engagement. Hannah Kate BERNARD, Head of Business Banking, Barclays. For services to Financial Services during Covid-19. Samantha BIRCH, Senior Adviser, First Deputy Minister, Afghan Ministry of Interior. For services to International Defence Relations. Maurizio BRAGAGNI. For services to Business and voluntary Political Service. Dr. Rachel Elizabeth BRAGG, Academic Researcher and Manager, Care Farming Development. For services to Academia and Green Care. Charles Antony Elliott BRAITHWAITE. For Political Service in the North East of England. Lucy BRAZIER, Chief Executive Officer, Marcham Publishing. For services to Office Professionals. Dr. Mark Stephen John BROADMEADOW, Principal Advisor, Climate Change, Forestry Commission. For services to Forestry. Alison Kay BROWN, Vice President and Chair of Trustees, the Women’s Royal Army Corps Association. For voluntary service to Veterans. Alexander David Michael BRUCE, Founder, The Bruce Trust and lately President, The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust. For services to Charity. William John Casimir BURGON, Deputy Director, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Roma BURNETT, (Roma Downey). For services to the Arts, to Drama and to the community in Northern Ireland. Simon Edward BURTON, Special Adviser to the Government Chief Whip. For Political and Public Service. Catherine CAMPBELL. For services to the Harris Tweed Industry and Economy on the Isle of Harris. Anna CARRAGHER. For services to the Arts in Northern Ireland. Hilary CARTY, Director Clore Leadership. For services to Leadership Development in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Paul Martin CASKEY, Head of Campaign, Integrated Education Fund. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Professor Jagjit Singh CHADHA, F.R.S.A., Director, National Institute of Economic and Social Research. For services to Economics and Economic Policy. Lolita CHAKRABARTI, Actress and Writer. For services to Drama. Professor Suzanne CHOLERTON, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education. Professor Martin Graham CHRISTOPHER, Emeritus Professor of Marketing and Logistics, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University. For services to Business, to Academia and to the UK Economy. Dr. Frederick Andrew CLEMENTS, lately Chief Executive Officer, British Trust for Ornithology. For services to Conservation and Policy. Sadie COLES, Gallerist. For services to Art. Mhairi Helen Stewart COLLIE, Colorectal Surgeon, Colorectal Surgery Unit, Edinburgh. For services to Surgery in relation to Child Birth Injury, in Sub-Saharan Africa. John Freeman COLLINS, Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer, Santander. For services to Financial Services during Covid-19. Professor Timothy Mark COOK, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Anaesthesia during Covid-19. Alan Charles COPPIN, lately Chair, Sports Ground Safety Authority. For services to Safety in Sport. James Arthur COPPIN, Executive Director, UK Government Investments. For services to the Vaccine Taskforce. William BURDETT- COUTTS, Founder and Director, Assembly Festival and lately Artistic Director, Riverside Studios. For services to Theatre, to Comedy and to the Arts. Dr. Melanie Dawn CROSS (Melanie Dawn Crawford), Doctor and Clinical Lead Respiratory Medicine, Forth Valley. For services to Respiratory Medicine. Charlotte Louise CROSSWELL, lately Chief Executive Officer, Innovate Finance. For services to Financial Services. Jeremy Nigel DALE, Founder, SeaSafe. For services to Maritime Safety. Luol Ajou DENG. For services to Basketball. Jackie DRIVER, Chair, Board of Trustees, SignHealth and Chair, Breakthrough. For services to Hearing Impaired People, to Equality, to Diversity and to Inclusion. Deborah Anne DYER, (Skin), Singer, Songwriter and Author. For services to Music. Joanna Mary DYSON, Head of Food, FareShare. For services to charitable Food Provision during Covid-19. Roger Bernard EATON. For charitable and voluntary services. Dr. Cathryn Mary EDWARDS, lately President, British Society of Gastroenterology. For services to Medicine. Dr. Emma Katherine EGGING, (Emma Katherine Poulter), Founder, the Jon Egging Trust. For services to Vulnerable Young People. Professor Mark EMBERTON, Professor of Interventional Oncology, University College London. For services to Research and to Prostate Cancer. Carolyn ENGLISH, Secondary Director, Harris Federation. For services to Education. Thomas EVANS, Chief Executive, Labour Relations Agency. For services to Employment Relations in Northern Ireland. Brian George EWING, lately Director, Institute of Sport and Exercise, University of Dundee. For services to Sport and to Higher Education.

Oliver Benjamin EXCELL, Project Manager, Vaccine Task Force. For services to Government during the Covid-19 Response. Professor Christopher James Alfred Granville FAIRBURN, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Oxford. For services to Psychological Treatments and to the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Jennifer FIELD, Deputy Director, City Bridge Trust, City of London. For services to Disadvantaged Communities in London. Dr. Shaun David FITZGERALD, FREng, Director, Centre for Climate Repair, University of Cambridge. For services to the Covid-19 Response. Ronald Moncreiff FOREMAN. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland. Paul Jonathan FOX, lately Chief Operating Officer, Natural Environment Research Council. For services to Scientific Research. Susan Elizabeth FREESTONE, D.L. For services to Education and the community in Cambridgeshire. Audrey GALLACHER, Deputy Chief Executive, Energy UK. For services to the Energy Industry and Energy Consumers. Sarah Jemima GILBERT, Director of Transformation, Healthy London Partnership. For services to Healthcare in London during Covid-19. Emma Ace GLADSTONE, lately Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Dance Umbrella. For services to Dance. Neil GLENDINNING, Chief Executive Officer, Harwich Haven Authority. For services to the Transport of Freight particularly during the Covid-19 Response. Myer GLICKMAN, Analyst, Office for National Statistics. For services to Health Analysis. Helen GOLIGHTLY, Chief Executive, North East Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Business and the Regional Economy. Peter John GOODMAN, Q.P.M., lately Chief Constable, Derbyshire Constabulary. For services to Policing and Prevention of Cybercrime. Peter James GOUGH, Principal Advisor Fisheries, Natural Resources Wales. For services to Sustainable Fisheries Management. Christopher GRANT, Board Member, Sport England. For services to Sport. Theresa GRANT, Chief Executive, Northamptonshire County Council. For services to Local Government and the Public Sector. Dr. Catherine Mary GREEN, Head, Clinical BioManufacturing Facility, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford. For services to Science and Public Health. Paul GRIFFITHS, Chief Superintendent, President of the Police Superintendents’ Association. For services to Policing. Dr. Catherine Mary HADDON, Senior Fellow, Institute for Government. For services to the Constitution. Simon Christopher HALL, Deputy Director, Transition Planning. For services to International Trade and Public Service. John Leo HARDY, Headteacher, St John Vianney RC Primary School, Hartlepool. For services to Education. Claudia Lindsay HARRIS, lately Chief Executive Officer, The Careers and Enterprise Company. For services to Careers Education. Jacqueline Marie HART, Deputy Director, HR Business Partners and International HR, Department for International Trade. For services to International Trade. Anne Isobel HENDERSON, Chair, Parades Commission for Northern Ireland. For Public Service and for services to Peacekeeping in Northern Ireland. Rebecca HEWITT (Rebecca Hutt), lately Chief Executive Officer, Changing Faces. For services to People with Visible Differences. Derek HILLIER, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Professor Alison Helen HOLMES, Adviser to the NHS, The Government, WHO and SAGE. For services to Medicine and Infectious Diseases particularly during Covid-19. Professor William Winima Denbeigh HOPE, Director, Centre of Excellence in Infectious Disease Research. For services to Infectious Diseases Research during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Alexandra Louise HOSKYN, Founder, The Chatty Café scheme. For services to Tackling Loneliness during Covid-19. Dr. Janice HOWKINS, Chief Executive Officer, Bentley Wood Trust. For services to Education. Ian Donald HUDSPETH, lately Leader, Oxfordshire County Council and lately Chairman, LGA’s Community Wellbeing Board. For services to Local Government. William Francis Graham HUNTER, J.P. For services to the Economy and the community in County Londonderry. Roland Alexander ILUBE, Vice President, Finance Marketing in Shell Downstream. For services to Diversity and Inclusion. Fadi EL-ITANI, Chief Executive Officer, Muslim Charities Forum. For services to Charity and to Interfaith Relations during Covid-19. Professor Helen JAMES, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Canterbury Christ Church University. For services to Charity and to Higher Education. Andrew Richard JENNINGS, Global Retail Advisor. For services to International Trade, to Fashion and to Retail. Sharmin JOARDER, Director, Business Readiness, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Martin Philip JONES, lately Deputy Director and Negotiations Advisor, EU Transition Division, Department for Transport. For Public Service. Rachel Anne JONES, Group Director, South West Universal Credit Operations, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Unemployed People during Covid-19. Brendan Joseph KEANEY, Chief Executive, DanceEast. For services to Dance. Professor Matthew James KEELING, Mathematics Institute and School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick. For services to SAGE during the Covid-19 Response. Lucy KELLAWAY, Co-founder , Now Teach. For services to Education. Andrew Cameron KERR. For services to the Public Sector. Adnan KHAN, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Javed Akhter KHAN, Chief Executive Officer, Barnado’s. For services to Young People and to Education.

Margaret Isobel Bernadette KINCADE, Senior Officer, Tax Specialist, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to the Taxation of the Oil Industry. Lisa Catherine KING, Director of Communications and External Relations, Refuge. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse. Gareth KIRKWOOD, Managing Director of Roadside, The AA. For services to Road Transport during Covid-19. Dr. Amanda LEACH, Global Clinical Head, AstraZeneca. For services to Medical Science and the Covid-19 Response. Dominic Anthony LEEDS, Lead IT Architect, Defence Equipment and Support. For services to Defence. Keith Mark LEVER, Chief Executive Officer, Helpforce. For services to volunteering during Covid-19. Ben Davies LEVINSON, Headteacher, Kensington Primary School, Newham. For services to Education. Jayne LOWE, Managing Director and Education Adviser, Bright Green Learning. For services to Education. Marian MAHONEY, Head of Reconfiguration, Ministry of Justice. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service and the Criminal Justice System. Divya Chadha MANEK, Clinical Trials Workstream Lead, Vaccine Task Force. For services to Government during the Covid-19 Response. Mohan MANSIGANI, Trustee, St John Ambulance. For charitable services to Healthcare. Dr. Fiona Angela Olinda MARSTON, Entrepreneur in Residence, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. For services to the Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Antony David William McARDLE, T.D., Lead Commissioner, Northamptonshire County Council. For services to Local Government and Public Service. Francis McCARRON, lately Principal, Stockport Academy. For services to Education. Paul John McELDON. For services to Local Growth in the North East of England. Dr. Daniel Frederick McGONIGLE, Systems Research Lead, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Science and Operations in the Response to Covid-19. Paula Catherine McGOWAN, Campaigner. For services to People with Autism and Learning Disabilities. Dr. John Anderson McLEAN, lately Head, Microelectronics Support Centre, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. For services to PanEuropean Microelectronics Design Tools Provision for Academia. Robin Stevenson McLOUGHLIN, Principal, Banbridge Academy. For services to Education. Professor Jane MEMMOTT, Professor, Ecology, University of Bristol. For services to Insect Pollinators and Ecology. Daniel MENDOZA, Chair of Trustees, The Anne Frank Trust UK. For services to Education and Challenging Prejudice and Discrimination. Paul Julian MOGG. For services to Policing. Dr. Brendan MOONEY, Chief Executive Officer, Kainos. For services to the Local Economy. Ian Lyn David MORRISON, Director of Policy and Evidence, Historic England. For services to Heritage and Covid-19 Response. Rachael Elaine MOSES, Consultant Physiotherapist, NHS England. For services to the NHS. Dr. Janet MOYLES, Professor Emeritus, Anglia Ruskin University, Hampshire. For services to Education. Karen Michelle MULLIN, Senior Crown Prosecutor, Crown Prosecution Service, Wales. For services to Law and Order. Peter Gerald Stewart MURRAY. For services to Leadership in the Arts, Architecture, City Planning, Design, Publication and to Charity. Tracy Clare MYHILL, lately Chief Executive, Swansea Bay University Health Board and Welsh Ambulance Service. For service to NHS Wales. Michael Stephen NANKIVELL, Chair, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board, Fgas Implementation Group. For services to the UK Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Industry. Michael Andrew NEWMAN, Chief Executive, the Association of Jewish Refugees. For services to Holocaust Remembrance and Education. Dr. Kerri NEYLON, Deputy Medical Director for Primary Care, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. For services to Health and Social Care particularly during Covid-19. David FORBES-NIXON, Co-founder, Stepping Stones Special School at Undershaw, Hindhead, Surrey. For services to Children and Adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Elaine Susan ORTON, (Ellie Orton), Chief Executive, NHS Charities Together. For services to the NHS during Covid-19. Stephen PAGE, Chief Executive Officer, Faber and Faber Publishing House. For services to Publishing. Professor Rose Marie PARR, lately Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for Scotland. For services to Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Education. Alan PARSONS, Studio Engineer, Songwriter, Musician and Producer. For services to Music and Music Production. Professor Gerald John PILLAY, D.L., Vice-Chancellor, Liverpool Hope University. For services to Higher Education. Dr. Ellen BROOKS-POLLOCK, Senior Lecturer, Disease Modelling and Veterinary Public Health, University of Bristol. For services to the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling (SPI-M) and SAGE during the Covid-19 Response. Professor Joanna Margaret PRITCHARD, M.B.E. For services to Social Enterprise, to Health and to Social Care. Alexia Jane QUIN, Founder and Director, Music as Therapy International. For services to Music Therapy. Jasvinder Singh RAI, Founder and Chairman, Sikh Recovery Network. For services to the Sikh community during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Michael Robert RAMSEY, Technical Expert, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive, Office of Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office. For services to Public Protection. Victoria Anne RAYNER, Chief Executive Officer, National Care Forum. For services to Social Care. Aislinn Maye Ellen REA, Member, Task Force Europe. For services to EU Negotiations.

Edward Stephen REES, Vice President, Discovery Biology Department, AstraZeneca. For services to UK Science and the Covid-19 Response. Christine Mary REEKIE (Christine McLoughlin), Director, Children Services, Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Children and Families. Arlin John RICKARD, lately Chief Executive, Rivers Trust. For services to the Natural Environment. Neil RILEY, Head of Major Cross, Criminal Justice System Projects, Digital Technology Services, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order. Dr. Ian Arthur ROBINSON, Fellow in Electrical Metrology, National Physical Laboratory. For services to Measurement Science. Johann Lesley ROBINSON, Chief Executive Officer, British Marine. For services to the Leisure Marine Sector. Mark Nicholas ROBINSON, Founder, Radio Feltham and Founder and Trustee, The Prison Radio Association. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service and Offenders. Martin Paul ROBINSON, Officer, National Crime Agency. For services to Anti-Kidnap and Extortion and to the Protection of the UK. Nicola ROSS, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Professor Kathryn ROWAN, Director, Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre. For services to Research and Intensive Care. Dr. Elizabeth ROWSELL, Corporate Research and Development Director, Johnson Matthey plc. For services to Chemistry, Commercialisation and Promoting Diversity in STEM. Alexander Murray RUSSELL, Chief Executive Officer, Bourne Education Trust. For services to Education. Veronica Maudlyn RYAN, Sculptor. For services to Art. Dr. Quentin Dudley SANDIFER, lately Executive Director of Public Health Services and Medical Director of Public Health Wales. For services to Public Health in Wales particularly during the Covid-19 Response. Justin Andrew SARGENT. For services to the community in Somerset. Clare SEALY, lately Headteacher, St Matthias Primary School, Tower Hamlets. For services for Education. Syed Naeem Pasha SHAH, Head of Engagement, People, Places and Communities Division, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. For services to Faith Communities. Professor Clifford Paul SHEARMAN, Consultant, Vascular Surgery, University of Southampton. For services to Vascular Surgery. Professor Rebecca Julia SHIPLEY, Professor, Healthcare Engineering, University College London. For services to the Development of the Continuous Positive Airways Pressure Device during the Pandemic both nationally and internationally. Kelly SIMMONS, M.B.E., Director, Women’s Professional Game, Football Association. For services to Women’s Football. Sharon Annette SIMONS (Sharon Blackman), Managing Director and General Counsel, Citi. For services to the Financial Sector. Kevin SINFIELD, M.B.E., Director of Rugby, Leeds Rhinos. For services to Rugby League Football and Charitable Fundraising. Jasjyot SINGH, Managing Director, Consumer and Business Banking, Lloyds Banking Group. For services to Financial Services during Covid-19. Sumita SINGHA. For services to Architecture. Dr. Andrea Mae SIODMOK, lately Deputy Director, Policy Lab and Open Innovation Team, Policy Innovation Unit, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Dr. Gavin Mark SIRIWARDENA, Head of Terrestrial Ecology, British Trust for Ornithology. For services to Biodiversity in the UK. Lemn SISSAY, M.B.E., Poet and Playwright. For services to Literature and to Charity. Christopher Paul SKEITH, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Event Organisers. For services to the Events Industry during Covid-19. Myles Jerome STACEY. For voluntary and charitable services to the Black Community during the Covid-19 Response. John David STEELE, lately Chair, English Institute of Sport. For services to Sport. Colin Jeffrey STEWART, Area Director, Work and Health Services, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Department for Work and Pensions. John Heath SUMMERS, Chief Executive Officer, Hallé Orchestra. For services to Music and to Education. Robin Neville TATE, lately Headteacher, Yarm School, Teesside. For services to Education. Janet THOMAS, lately Head of Public Protection, Directorate of Reducing Reoffending, National Probation Service, North West. For services to Probation. Bernadette June Emitayo THOMPSON, Deputy Director, People, Capability and Change, Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government. For services to Diversity and Inclusion. Andrew TILDEN, lately Director of Operations, Skills for Care. For services to Social Work. Dr. Christopher Martin TIMPERLEY, Fellow, Chemistry and Operational Readiness Group, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services to UK Defence and Security. Wendy TOMES, lately Chief Executive Officer, Sidney Stringer Multi Academy Trust. For services to Education. Richard TURNER, Research and Development Director, AstraZeneca. For services to Pharmaceutical Manufacture and the Covid-19 Response. Susannah Elizabeth TURNER, lately Chief Executive Officer, Quartet Community Foundation. For services to Social Justice. Dr. Emma Clare VAUX, Consultant Nephrologist and General Physician, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medical Education. Michael VOLPE, Founder and lately General Manager, Opera Holland Park. For services to Opera. Alan William WATSON, Senior Officer, Specialist Operations, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. Patricia Lynn WATSON, Chair, Ascent Trust. For services to Special Education Needs. Professor Julian LLOYD WEBBER, Cellist. For services to Music

Duncan Graham WHITFIELD, Strategic Director of Finance and Governance, London Borough of Southwark. For services to Local Government. Timothy Charles WILLBOND, D.L., Vice Chairman, North of England Reserve Forces and Cadets Association. For services to the Reserve Forces and Cadets Association. Professor Hywel Charles WILLIAMS, Director, National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment. For services to Higher Education and to Medical Research. Professor James Lionel Norman WOOD, Head, Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge. For services to Veterinary Science. Nigel Jonathan WOOD, lately Chief Executive, Rugby League International Federation. For services to Rugby League Football. Paul Duncan YATES, Governor, H.M. Prison Lincoln. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service and to Reducing Reoffending and to Public Protection. Anna Marie YEARLEY, Joint Executive Director, Reprieve. For services to Human Rights.

M.B.E. To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Nicholas Ivan ABBOTT, Chair, Salford Foundation. For services to Young People and Social Inclusion in Salford, Greater Manchester. Sarah ADAMS. For services to the Armed Forces and their Families. Arif Mohuiddin AHMED, Reader, Cambridge University. For services to Education. Nahim AHMED. For services to Young People from Disadvantaged Backgrounds in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Nicholas AINLEY, lately Chair, EnhanceAble. For services to Disabled People in Kingston Upon Thames. Dr. John ALEXANDER, Consultant Paediatric Intensive Care, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust. For services to Critically Ill Young People. Sally ALEXANDER, Headteacher and Proprietor, Kimichi School, Birmingham. For services to Education. Dr. Martin Brent ALLEN, Consultant Respiratory Physician, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust. For services to the NHS particularly during Covid-19. Dr. Afaf Abdrabou ALY, Chair, Egyptian Society of Northern Ireland. For services to UK-Egypt Relations and Anti-racism in Northern Ireland. Karen Margaret ANDERSON. For services to People with Disabilities. Paul Ian Charles ANDERSON. For services to the Scottish Fiddle Tradition and to Charity. Timothy John ANDREWS, Co-founder, LoveBrum. For services to Charity and to the community in Birmingham. Helen Anne ANTHONY, Volunteer, Soul Kitchen, Chester. For services to Homeless People. Severiano GOMEZ-ASPRON. For services to the community of Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside during Covid-19. Stephen ATHERTON, lately Field Worker, Justice and Peace Commission. For services to the community in Liverpool. Kate AUSTIN, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Elisabeth Sophie Catherine Bonnardel AZZARELLI, Founder, AB5 Consulting. For services to the Nuclear Sector and to Diversity in the Engineering Profession. Stephen Anthony BALL. For services to Rugby League Charities. Genevieve Alison-Jane BALLARD, (Alison Moyet), Singer, Songwriter. For services to Music. Clegg Richard BAMBER, Co-founder, Red Box Project, Portsmouth. For services to Education. Devina BANERJEE, Vaccine Landscape and Portfolio, Vaccine Taskforce, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Covid-19 Vaccine Development. Michelle BARNETT, Founding Director, Give it Forward Today. For services to Vulnerable People during Covid-19. Lester Cornelis BARR, Founder and Chairman of Prevent Breast Cancer. For services to Cancer Prevention. Morna Helen BARRON, National Secretary, Scottish Community Drama Association. For services to Community Drama. Elizabeth BATTEN, Disability Living Allowance Project Co-ordinator, Amaze. For services to Young People with Disabilities and to Vulnerable Families. John BAXTER. For voluntary services to the NHS. Richard Hugh BEAZLEY, D.L. For services to the community in Hertfordshire. Rashmi Shahina BECKER, Founder, Step Change Studios. For charitable services to People with Disabilities. Peter Griffith BEIRNE, Senior Investigating Officer, Police Staff, Thames Valley Police. For services to Policing. Debbie Anne BELLISIO, Operational Manager, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security. Nadine Rohanda Smith Wray Willow BENJAMIN, British Lyric Soprano and Creative Empowerment Mentor. For services to Opera. Patricia BERNAL, Co-founder and Trustee, Protection Against Stalking. For services to the Prevention of Stalking. Michael BEST, lately Prison Officer, Entry Level Training Mentor, H.M. Prison Wayland. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service. Jacqueline Wendy BIRD, lately Regional Chief Nurse, North West Region, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Nursing and the Covid-19 Response. Jay BLADES, Furniture Restorer, Designer and Presenter. For services to Craft. Michael Raymond BLOND. For services to the Jewish Community. Martin BLONDEL. For services to the community in St Helens, Merseyside particularly during Covid-19. Allan Godfrey BLUNDELL. For services to School Governance and to the Voluntary Sector in Essex. Corrine BODEN. For services to the community in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire particularly during Covid-19.
Barry Michael BOND, Chair of Governors, Green Park School, Wolverhampton. For services to Education. Dennis BOVELL, Musician. For services to Music. Alexander Lindsay Fraser BOWMAN, Chair, Angus and Dundee Area Committee, St John Scotland. For voluntary service to St John in Scotland. Dr. Paul BOYLE, FREng, (Billy Boyle), Chief Executive Officer, Owlstone Medical. For services to Engineering. James Richard BRAND, Principal Teacher of Curriculum, Annan Academy, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. For services to Music and Education. Henrietta Katherine BRAUND, Chief Executive, Anthony Nolan. For services to Stem Cell Transplantation. Vivianne Frances BREALEY, Deputy Director of Communications at Public Health England. For services to Public Health particularly during Covid-19. Ebony-Jewel Cora-Lee Camellia Rosamond RAINFORD-BRENT. For services to Cricket and to Charity. Dr. Teresa Mary BRIDGEMAN. For services to Flood Prevention. Julia Catherine BRIDGEWATER, Group Chief Operating Officer, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS particularly during Covid-19. Leonard John BROADHURST. For services to the Food Supply Chain during Covid-19. Professor Thomas Henry CLUTTON-BROCK, Director, Medical Devices Testing and Evaluation Centre. For services to the NHS during Covid-19. Graham John BROGDEN. For services to Flood Prevention. David Alexander BROOKES, Civilian Security Officer, Northern Ireland Security and Guarding Service. For services to Defence and to Charity. Maureen BROSCH, Teacher, Robin Hood Primary School, Nottingham. For services to the Inclusion and Education of Children. Daryl BROWN, Chief Executive, Magpas Air Ambulance. For services to Magpas and the Air Ambulance Sector. Elizabeth Hamilton BROWN, Veterans Support Officer, Northern Ireland. For services to Veterans. Hazel Elizabeth BROWN, Head of Carers Services, Local Solutions. For services to Carers. Matthew Rigby BROWN, Lead Technical Architect, NHS Digital. For services to the Covid-19 Response. Kelly BROWNE, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Carolyn Rose BUNTING, Chief Executive Officer, Internet Matters. For services to Online Safety and Families particularly during Covid-19. John George BURRELL. For services to the community in Fivemiletown. Elizabeth Anne BUTTERFIELD, Deputy Governor, Church Lads and Church Girls Bridge. For services to Young People. Dr. Ian Lyon BUXTON. For services to the Preservation of British Maritime History and to the community in Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear. Jennifer Ann CAMPBELL. For services to Education, to Young People and to the community in Coleraine, Northern Ireland. Elizabeth CARR, Founder, #Planet Patrol. For services to Environmental Activism and to Charity. Dr. Nigel John CARR, D.L. For services to Sport and to Community Relations. Sarah Anne CAUL, Mortality Analysis Team Manager, Office for National Statistics. For services to Health Statistics. Claire Diana CHADWICK, Nurse Consultant in Infection Prevention and Control, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19. Sophie Tendai CHANDAUKA, Corporate Finance Lawyer and Entrepreneur, Co-founder, The Black British Business Awards. For services to Diversity in Business. Professor Anoop Jivan CHAUHAN, Professor of Respiratory Medicine/ Executive Director of Research, Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust. For services to Respiratory Medicine. Richard Douglas CHEESLEY, Tipstaff of the High Court, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the High Court of England and Wales. Carlos Eduardo ESPINAL CHINCHILLA. For services to the British Technology Entrepreneurship Ecosystem. Vimalkumar CHOKSI, Councillor, Ashton Waterloo, Tameside. For services to the community in Greater Manchester. Edward Jonathan CHUDLEIGH, Manufacturer, PPE Face Shields. For services to Provision of PPE during Covid-19. David William CHURCHER. For services to Construction. Allan James CLAYTON, Opera singer. For services to Opera. Regina Josephine Geraldine CLEMENT, Programme Director, Civil Service HR, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Zoe Adelle CLARK-COATES, Founder, The Mariposa Trust. For services to the Baby Loss community and to the Improvement of Bereavement Care. Gillian Marie Jeanne SHEPHERD-COATES, Chief Executive Officer, Age UK Sevenoaks and Tonbridge. For services to Charity and to Reducing Social Isolation and Loneliness for Older People. Angela COHEN, Chairman, 45 Aid Society. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. Crispian Hilary Vincent COLLINS, Chair, Grants Committee, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation and Trustee, Safe Child Thailand. For charitable services in the UK and to the International Voluntary Sector. Grace Louisiana COLLINS, Leadership Advisor, Local Government Association. For services to Local Government. Dr. Maurice Hugh Joseph CONLON, National Professional Standards Lead and Clinical Advisor to NHS England and NHS Improvement; and GP Partner, Ridgacre Medical Centre. For services to Health during Covid-19. Dr. Anne Lesley CONNOLLY, General Practitioner, Bevan Healthcare. For services to Primary Care and Women’s Healthcare in Bradford. Barbara CONROY, Deputy Director, Tax Administration Policy. For services to H.M. Revenue and Customs and to the Tax System
Michael John CONYERS. For services to Charity and to the community in Brentwood, Essex. Melanie Irene COOMBES, Chief Nurse, Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Chief Executive, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. Daniel Anthony CORR. For voluntary and banking services to the community in Northern Ireland. Caroline Jane COSTER. For services to Education in Bedfordshire and to Charity in Africa. Stephen COUPE. For services to Charitable Fundraising and Voluntary Work. Anne Christine COX, Volunteer Campaigner for the UK NHS Organ Donor Register. For services to Organ Donation. Stephen Raymond CRADDOCK, Founder, Cycle4Heroes. For services to Charity and to the community in Kent. Jo-Anne Louise CROWDER, Office Manager, Speaker’s Office, House of Commons. For services to Parliament. Linda Ann CROWE, Senior Project Manager for Health and Social Care Network, NHS Digital. For services to Health and Care particularly during Covid-19. Colonel (Retd) Patrick Timothy CROWLEY, D.L., The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment, and Chief Executive Officer, South East Reserve Forces and Cadets Association. For voluntary service to the Armed Forces and to Military Heritage. Peter Anthony CULLIMORE, Founder, Universal Care. For services to the Provision of Social Care in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. Susan Elizabeth CUMMINGS, Guidance Improvement Lead, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Improving Customer Service. Dr. Heather CURRIE, Gynaecologist and Associate Medical Director for Women, Children and Sexual Health, Acute and Diagnostic Services at NHS Dumfries and Galloway. For services to Healthcare. Elizabeth Jane CURTIS, Chief Executive, Lily Foundation. For services to People with Mitochondrial Disease. Leigh John CURTIS, Director of Operations, Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex. For services to the Air Ambulance Service particularly during Covid-19. Raymond Thomas DAINTON, Fundraiser to Special Schools in Bolton. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs. Michael John DALBY, Active, Get Set, Promises Day Nursery, Chesterfield. For services to Education. Lorraine DANIELS, Health and Wellbeing Adviser, H.M. Treasury. For Public Service. Mary DAVIES, 999 Advisor, BT Voice Services. For services to the Emergency Services. Nicola DAVIES, Headteacher, Nant y Parc Primary School, Caerphilly, Wales. For services to Education. Margaret Christine DAVIS. For services to Community Relations in Northern Ireland. Professor Alexander Meikle DAVISON, R.D., Trustee and Chairman, The Lady Haig Poppy Factory in Edinburgh. For voluntary service to the Royal British Legion in Scotland. Neil Anthony DAWSON. For services to the community in Stoke- on- Trent, Staffordshire. Rebecca Alice DEAN, Co-founder, The Girls’ Network. For services to Female Empowerment and Young Girls. Georgina Alice DELANEY, Founder, The Great Outdoor Gym Company. For services to International Trade. Sharon Denise DEVEY, Wellbeing Champion, Child Maintenance Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Wellbeing in the Workplace. Maureen DEVINE, (Mary Elizabeth Devine), Chair, Northern Region, Irish Pilgrimage Trust. For services to Young People with Special Needs in Northern Ireland. Gurveer DHAMI, Senior Private Secretary to the Secretary Of State For Education. For services to Education. Michelle DOHERTY. For services to Nursing and to Lung Cancer Patients. Valerie Joyce DONNELLY, Senior Project Delivery Manager, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Charity particularly during Covid-19. Arnold George DORSEY, (Englebert Humperdinck). For services to Music. Clive Anthony DOUGLAS, Chair of the Board of Trustees, The Boleyn Trust. For services to Education. Stephanie DOUGLAS, Head of Service Early Years, Doncaster Local Authority. For services to Education. David Julian DRAFFAN, Service Director for Economic Development, Plymouth City Council. For services to Local Government. Susan Kay DUNBAR. For services to Literature. James Walter DUNCAN. For services to the community in Bute during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Major (Retd) John Marshall DUNLOP. For services to Cross Border Peace Building and to the community in County Fermanagh. Aimee DURNING, Teaching Assistant, University of Cambridge Primary School. For services to Education. Catherine DUTTON, Chair of Kendal College Corporation. For services to Education and Training. Samantha Mary Ward DYER, Director and Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Sustainable Food CIC. For services to Tackling Food Inequality during Covid-19. David Frederick Morley DYKES. For services to Perth Academy, Scotland and to the community in Perth. Charlotte Catherine EADIE, Editor, Army and You Magazine, Army Families Federation. For services to Army Personnel and Families. Stephen Douglas EARL, Founder and Managing Director, Panel Graphic. For services to the NHS and Front-Line Workers during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Josh EGGLETON. For services to the community in Bristol during Covid-19. Adam Garry ELCOCK. For services to Fundraising for Military Charities and to the community in Christchurch, Dorset

Frances Helen ELLIOT, Head of Practical Support Services, Harrogate Easier Living Project and Chief Executive, Harrogate and District Community Action. For services to the community in Harrogate during Covid-19. Jonathan ELLIOTT, Director, AstraZeneca. For services to Life Sciences and the Covid-19 Response. Annette ENGLAND, Director, Biomax Scientific Consultancy Ltd. For services to the UK Bioprocessing Community and the Vaccine Taskforce. Oyiyole Augustine ENTONU, Chair, Cabinet Office Race Equality Network. For services to Racial Diversity and Inclusion. Linda ERVINE. For services to the community in East Belfast. Melanie Veronique EUSEBE, Entrepreneur and Author, and Founder, Black British Business Awards. For services to Diversity in Business. Isobel Marie-Ann EVERETT, lately Chair, Wales Audit Office. For Public Service and for Future Leaders’ Development. Dr. Abdul Raffey FARUQI, lately Senior Research Scientist, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. For services to Medical Research. David Andrew Vincent FAULKNER, Head of Performance, Women’s Professional Game and Para, Football Association. For services to Sport. Asad Mahmood FAZIL, Chief Executive Officer, Al-Hurraya, Nottingham. For services to Education. Martyn FEATHERSTONE, Lecturer, The Northern School of Art, Middlesbrough. For services to Further Education. Keith George FERNETT, lately Chief Executive, Caritas Anchor House. For services to Homeless People. Victoria ABBOTT-FLEMING, Founder, Burning Nights Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Support. For services to Charity. The Reverend Andrew FORDYCE. For services to the community in Colchester, Essex. John Richard FORKIN, D.L., Managing Director, Marketing Derby. For services to International Trade and Investment. Claudette FRASER, Employer Advisor, Hulme Jobcentre Plus, Work and Health Services Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Unemployed People in South Manchester. Susan Rose FREESTONE. For services to the Food Supply Chain. Pamela FRY, Chief Executive Officer, PlayWise Learning CIC. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Sheila FURLONG, Chief Executive, The Archway Foundation. For services to Mental Health. Simon GADD, Founder and Director, Trinity Fencing CIC. For services to Social Mobility. Jacqueline Mary GALE, Chief Executive, Wax Lyrical Ltd. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ursula Marie GALLAGHER, lately Deputy Chief Inspector, Care Quality Commission. For services to Healthcare, Patient Safety and Healthcare Education. Amika Sara GEORGE, Founder, #FreePeriods Campaign. For services to Education. Professor Azra Catherine Hilary GHANI, Covid, Professor in Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London. For services to Infectious Disease Control and Epidemiological Research. Karen Louise GIBSON. For services to Safety in Transport. Jess GILLAM, Saxophonist and Presenter. For services to Music. Ceri GODDARD, Director, Equality Impact Investing. For services to Social Justice. Lisa Marilyn GOODWIN, Chief Executive, Connected Voice. For services to Vulnerable People during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Matthew John GORMAN, Carbon Strategy Director, Heathrow Airport. For services to Decarbonisation of Aviation. David GOULDING, Health Emergency Planning Advisor, Welsh Government. For services to Emergency Planning. Sumit GOYAL, Consultant Oncoplastic Surgeon, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. For services to Breast Cancer and the Cardiff Breast Centre Charity. Julie Elizabeth GRAINGER, Group Leader, Wolverhampton Alz Café. For charitable and voluntary services to Sufferers of Dementia and their Families. Stephen Paul GREENE. For services to BT and their Colleagues and Customers’ Safety during Covid-19. Paul Anthony GROVER, (Paul Kallee-Grover), Chair, Liverpool China Partnership. For services to International Trade and Investment. Priya GUHA, Venture Partner, Merian Ventures and Member, Innovate UK Council. For services to International Trade and Women-Led Innovation. Dr. Abdul HAFEEZ, Founder and Chief Executive, Association of Pakistani Physicians and Surgeons of the United Kingdom. For services to the NHS particularly during Covid-19. Jayne Paula HAINES, Chair, Women in Sport. For services to Women’s Sport. Jemma HAINES, Consultant Speech and Language Therapist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Speech and Language Therapy particularly during Covid-19. Peter HALL, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Stella Maria HANNAWAY, Head of Transformation, H.M. Prison Liverpool. For services to Prison Healthcare. Cheryl Claire HARBOURNE, Home Manager, Royal Star and Garter, Solihull. For services to Veterans during Covid-19. Dr. David HARDING. For Public and Political Service in Northern Ireland. Tina Jacqueline HARRISON. For services to the community in Bury, Greater Manchester during Covid-19. Kay Dawn HARVEY, B.E.M. For services to the community in Badersfield, Norwich. Alan John HASTINGS, Major Incident Room Manager, Operation STOVEWOOD, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. Aida HAUGHTON, Housing Support Administrator, YMCA North, Staffordshire. For services to Remembering Srebrenica.
Adele Jane HAYSOM, Chair of Trustees, Board Lighthouse Schools Partnership. For services to Education. Norma Alene HAZZLEDINE. For services to Bowls. Catherine Ruth HEERY, Member, Task Force Europe. For services to EU Negotiations. Jordan Brian HENDERSON, Captain, Liverpool Football Club. For services to Football and to Charity particularly during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Dr. Katherine Isabella Murray HENDERSON, President, Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Consultant in Emergency Medicine, St Thomas’ Hospital. For services to Emergency Medicine during Covid-19. Claire Patricia HIGGINS, Chief Executive, Cross Keys Homes. For services to Housing. Paul James HIGGINS. For services to the Arts, to Film and to the TV Industry in Wales. Kerrie Louise HIGHAM. For services to the community in Morecambe, Lancashire particularly during Covid-19. Dr. Jerry HILL, Chief Medical Adviser, British Horseracing Association. For services to British Horseracing during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Giles David HILTON, Chairman and Commercial Manager, Canterbury Rugby Football Club. For services to Rugby Union Football in Kent. Louise Sarah HODGSON, Head, Workforce Development Enablers, College of Policing. For services to Policing and Recruitment through the Covid-19 Pandemic. Janette Barr Anderson HOGAN, Cancer and Palliative Care Clinical Lead, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Palliative Care in Manchester. John HOGG, Head, South Central Operations, Natural Resources Wales. For services to Environmental Management. Elaine Joy HOPKINS, County Committee Member and Volunteer, Royal British Legion, Nottingham. For voluntary services to the ex- Service community in Nottinghamshire. Michael John HOPKINS, Principal, South and City College, Birmingham. For services to Education. Philip HOPPENBROUWERS, Proprietor, ALP schools. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Kent and Leicester. Eric William HORABIN, Member and Poppy Appeal Collector, Tamworth Branch, Royal British Legion. For voluntary service to the ex-Service community. Squadron Leader Kenneth HORN, Operational Meteorologist, Met Office. For services to Operational Meteorology. Gareth Alwyn HORNER, Lifeboat Operations Manager, Newquay Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Alison Dorothy HUGHES. For services to Tennis. Philippa Jane HUGHES, Founder of Carriage Driving and Original Member of Wyfold Riding for the Disabled. For services to People with Disabilities. Beverley Anne HUMPHREYS, BBC Radio Wales Broadcaster. For services to Community Cohesion and to Broadcasting. Karl HUMPHRIES, Get Hooked on Fishing. For services to Education. William Christopher Radcliffe HUSBAND, Vocational Qualifications Officer, Devon Army Cadet Force. For services to Young People. Dilwar HUSSAIN. For services to Interfaith Social Cohesion. Zillur HUSSAIN, Owner, Tavan Restaurant. For services to the community in Peterborough during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Rachel HUXFORD, Director, Marketing and Fundraising, RAF Association. For services to the RAF Community during Covid-19. Wayne Edward INGRAM. For Charitable Service. Stephen Andrew Albert JAGGS, Ceremonial Works Manager and Associate Serjeant at Arms, Houses of Parliament. For Parliamentary and voluntary service. Edward Charles Harrison JAMES, Deputy Director Head of Procurement, Department of Health and Social Care. For services to Healthcare particularly during Covid-19. Kiran Kumari JASSAL, Senior Operational Manager, H.M. Prison Winchester. For services to the H.M. Prison and Probation Service during Covid-19 and to Diversity and Inclusion. Edith JAYNE. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. David JEFFREY, Manager, Ballymena Utd. For services to Association Football and to Community Relations in Northern Ireland. Gareth Mansel JENKINS. For services to Manufacturing and to Apprenticeships. Dr. Joanna JENKINSON, Head of Infections and Immunity, Medical Research Council. For services to Covid-19 Research Funding. Dr. Fergus Keith JEPSON, Consultant, Specialist Mobility Rehabilitation Centre, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, National Health Trust. For services to Injured Veterans. Jane Ruth JOHNSON, Chief Executive, disAbility Cornwall and Isles of Scilly. For services to People with Disabilities during Covid-19. Olga JOHNSON, Founder and Co-Chair, Nourish Community Foodbank in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. For services to Charity. Tracey Maria JOHNSON, HR Director, Leek United Building Society. For services to Financial Services during Covid-19. Jaimie George JOHNSTON, Architecture Board Director, Bryden Wood. For services to Construction. Henry Llewellyn Michael JONES. For services to the community in Aldgate, London during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Mark Andrew JONES, Ethical Hacking Service Team, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. For services to STEM. Michael JONES. For services to the Royal British Legion and to the community in Gwent. Professor Ray Brian JONES, Professor of Health Informatics, University of Plymouth. For services to Digital Health and Social Care. Ryan Paul JONES. For services to Rugby Union Football and Charitable Fundraising in Wales. Elizabeth Charlotte FRANKLIN-JONES, Children’s Senior Sister, Children’s Emergency Department, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. For services to Nursing and Mental Health Services. Dr. Miles Victor JOYNER, Founder, Exeter Leukaemia Fund. For services to People suffering from Blood Cancer in Devon.

Elizabeth Avril KARTER, Therapist in Gambling Addiction. For services to Gambling Addiction in Women. John Edward KEELER, Chair of Governors, Headcorn Primary School and Governor, Park Way Primary School, Kent. For services to Education. Michael Joseph KELLY, Executive Headteacher, Redriff Primary School, Rotherhithe, London. For services to Education and to the community in Southwark. Kieran KENNEDY, Managing Director, O’Neills Irish international Sports Company Ltd. For services to Business and to the Economy during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Allyson Jane KERESEY, Senior Executive Officer, Head of Senior Caseworker Team, Mental Health First Aider, UK Visas and Immigration, Home Office. For services to Refugees, to Mental Health and to the community in Croydon. Nahim KHAN, Team Member, Leadership and Shared Capability, Digital Group. For services to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Staff in the Department for Work and Pensions. Fahima KHANOM, Halifax Check Challenge Appeal, Hub Manager, Valuation Office Agency. For services to Customers during Covid-19. Gavin Stuart KIBBLE. For services to the community in Coventry, Warwickshire particularly during Covid-19. Ian Michael KIRBY. For services to BT Global and Business Continuity during Covid-19. David Brian KNOTT, Compliance Manager, Belfast Harbour. For services to the Port Industry and to the community in Belfast. Jeanette Boahemaa KWAKYE. For services to Sport and to Sports Broadcasting. Davinder John LAIL, Head of Ozone Depleting Substances and Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases Team, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to the Environment. Amanda Jane LAMBERT, Data Manager, Watchlist and Information Control Unit, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security particularly during Covid-19. Patrice Eunice LAWRENCE, Author. For services to Literature. Deirdre Mary LEACH, Making Connections Co-founder, H.M. Prison Send. For services to Prisoners. Phyllis Agnes LECKEY. For services to Nursing and Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Richard LEDERLE, Immigration Enforcement Manager, Home Office. For services to the Immigration System and Protecting Vulnerable People. Rachel May LEDWITH, London Manager, FareShare. For services to charitable Food Provision during Covid-19. Stanley James LEE. For services to People with Learning Difficulties in Northern Ireland. Dr. Peter Derick LEES, Chief Executive, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. For services to Medical Leadership. Denise Mary LEESON, Operational Manager, Mental Health, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the Administration of Justice during Covid-19. Mark LINDSAY, Chairman, Police Federation, Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and to the community in Northern Ireland. Colin Brian LIPTROT, Mechanical Electrical Instrumentation Control and Automation, Environment Agency. For services to Diversity and Inclusion. Dr. John Gareth LLEWELYN, Consultant Physician Neurology and Hon. Senior Lecturer Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Organisation. For services to Medicine in Wales. Professor Timothy James LOCKLEY. For services to the community in Harbury, Warwickshire particularly during Covid-19. Rachael LOFTUS, Leeds Covid Shielding Programme Lead, West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership Head of Regional Health Partnerships. For services to the Shielding Programme in Leeds. Maria Freda LOVELL. For services to the African community in Bedfordshire during Covid-19. Professor Margaret Johnston LOW, Professor, University of Warwick. For services to Public Engagement and Participation. Sharron Kim LUSHER, D.L. For services to Further Education in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Dr. Christine Isabel LUSK, Head of Special Projects, University of St Andrews, Scotland. For services to Accessibility and Young People. Michael Francis LYONS. For services to the community in Bexley and Barnehurst, South East London. Patricia LYONS, lately Chair, Hampshire Branch, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA). For voluntary service to Veterans. Jane Susan MACLAREN. For Political Service. Charles Peter Bruce MACLEAN. For services to Scotch Whisky, to UK Exports and to Charity. Neena MAHAL, D.L., Chair, NHS Lanarkshire. For services to Healthcare. Shivarubeni MAHATHEVAN, Curriculum Manager and Tutor, Redbridge Institute of Adult Education. For services to Education. Sofia MAHMOOD, Director, Empowering Minds, Bradford. For services to Education. Lynne Michelle MAIN, Head of Safety and Health and Wellbeing at Work, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Safety, Health and Wellbeing. Claire MALCOLM, Founder, New Writing North. For services to Literature, Young People, and the North-East of England. Leon William Douglas MANN, Founder, Black Collective of Media in Sport. For services to Diversity in Sport. Dr. Joseph Charles MANNING, Clinical Associate Professor in Children and Young People Nursing, Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. Amanda Bethan MANSFIELD, Consultant Midwife, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust. For services to Midwifery. Ngonidzaishe Adam MAPANI, Lead Nurse Consultant, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, Department of Clinical Opthalmology. For services to Ophthalmology. Nicola Mary MARKHAM. For services to communities across the South West of England particularly during Covid-19. Melanie MARSHALL. For services to Swimming and to Charity
The Reverend Lesley Jane MASON, Managing Chaplain and Making Connections Co-founder, H.M. Prison Send. For services to Prisoners. Mark Forrest MATHIESON, Lead Partner, Technical Services, McLaren Racing. For services to the Ventilator Challenge. Kevin MAXWELL, F.R.S.A., Author, Forced Out. For services to Diversity through Literature. Simon Andrew Hicks MAYO, Radio Presenter. For services to Broadcasting. Alexander Eric McARTHUR. For services to Beekeeping. Jill McCLINTOCK. For services to Physiotherapy particularly during Covid-19. Marian McCOUAIG, Principal, Kylemore Nursery School, Coleraine, Ulster. For services to Education. Jennifer Suzanne McDONNELL, Knowledge Transfer Manager, Knowledge Transfer Network. For services to the Green Economy. Eileen McENEANEY. For services to Nursing and Midwifery. Linda McGRATH, Headteacher, Woodthorpe Junior and Infant School, Birmingham. For services to Education. Eleanor Muir McKAY, Librarian, Live Argyll. For services to Local Studies and to the community in Argyll and Bute. Arthur Ellis McKEOWN. For services to Refugees and Asylum Seekers. Ivan Ernest McMINN. For services to Charity and to the community in Northern Ireland. Jean McVANN, (Jean Makin). For services to the community in Rotherham. Amanda Kate MEDLER, Chief Guide, Girlguiding. For services to Girls and Young Women. Christine Paula MEGSON, Co-Founder, Fabian Women’s Network Mentoring Programme. For services to Gender Equality. Simon MIDDLETON, Coach, England Women’s Rugby Union Team. For services to Rugby Football. Steven MIFSUD, Director, Direct Access Consultancy Limited. For services to International Trade and Investment. Anna Isabelle MILES, Co-founder, Red Box Project, Portsmouth. For services to Education. Gordon MILLS, Aberdeen and District Transport Preservation Trust. For services to the Grampian Transport Museum. Robert James MITCHELL, Principal Social Worker (Adults), Bradford Council. For services to the Social Work Profession. Scott MITCHELL, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. Tracy-Jane DUNCAN-MOIR, (Tracy-Jane Duncan) Business Consultant, Business Glu. For services to Female Entrepreneurship and to Business Recovery from the Covid-19 Pandemic. Robert Henry MOLE. For services to the community in Hexham, Northumberland. Rhonda Edith Margaret MOLES, Principal, Cumran Primary School, Clough, Northern Ireland. For services to Education. Maeve MONAGHAN, Chief Executive, the NOW Group. For services to People with Learning Difficulties. Angela Joan MOONEY. For services to Social Care in Hammersmith and Fulham. Frances MOORE, Chief Executive, IFPI. For services to the International Recorded Music Industry. Karen MOORE, Head of Quality Enhancement, North West Regional College, Northern Ireland. For services Education. Samantha Pippa MOORE. For services to Dance. Herbert Wavell Torrens MOORE. For Public Service in the UK and Abroad. Josepha Hannah MORRIS, (Josie Morris) Managing Director, Woolcool. For services to Manufacturing and to the Environment. Philip John MORRIS, Founder, checkemlads.com. For services to Raising Awareness of Testicular Cancer. Dr. Murthy Lakshmi Narayana MOTUPALLI, General Practitioner, NHS East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Education, Training and Support for Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Doctors and to General Practice. Christina Elizabeth MOUNTAIN, (Tina Mountain), Councillor, Surrey County Council and President, Epsom and Ewell Conservative Association. For Public and Political Service. Sarah-Jane MUKHERJEE. For services to British Agriculture and to Farmers Wellbeing. Kirsty Anne MURPHY, Aviation Ambassador. For services to Aviation. Beverley MURRAY. For services to the community in Chorley, Lancashire. Iain David NAIRN. For services to Physical Disabilities Cricket. Meera NARAN, Campaigner, Road Safety on Smart Motorways. For services to Road Safety. Ruth Alison NEILL, Legacy Team Officer, Northern Ireland Office. For services to Legacy in Northern Ireland. Andrew Christopher NELSON, Project Manager, Defence Equipment and Support. For services to Defence. Rowhi Mahmoud NEMER, Owner, CamCab. For services to Front-Line NHS Workers and the community during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Kelly PIERCE-NERGAARD, Midwifery Matron for Public Health and Education, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS particularly during Covid-19. Elma Elizabeth Alexandra NEWBERRY, Assistant Director, Land and Regeneration. For services to Housing in Northern Ireland and Reconciliation. Jane Mary NICKERSON, Chief Executive Officer, Swim England. For services to Swimming during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Michael Stuart NOAD, Principal Technical Advisor, Atomic Weapons Establishment. For services to Defence. Ian Andrew NOONS, Custodial Manager, H.M. Young Offender Institution, Drake Hall. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service. Marie Lyse NUMUHOZA. For services to Human Rights and the community in Thetford, Norfolk.
Rebecca OAKS. For services to Coppicing and Green Wood Crafts. Katherine Anne O’CONNOR, Senior Policy Manager, Cities and Local Growth Unit, North West, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Business and the community in North West England. Emmanuel Ike OFFIAH, Technical Officer, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. Irenosen ISEGHOHI OKOJIE, Writer. For services to Literature. Tove OKUNNIWA, Chief Executive, London Sport. For services to Sport. Evelyn Ann OLIPHANT, Head of Strategic Business Unit, Education Scotland. For services to Education and to Charity. Alan Leslie OLVER, Voluntary Chief Executive Officer, Maninplace. For services to Homeless People. Anthony O’REILLY, Chair, Northern Ireland Human Rights Consortium. For services to People with Disabilities in Northern Ireland. Dr. Carolyn Elizabeth OTLEY. For services to the community in Cumbria during Covid-19. John Wilson OXLEY. For services to Heritage. Captain Georgina Elizabeth CARLO-PAAT, Ilfracombe Harbour Master. For services to the promoting the role of Women at Sea. Ashraf Rahimsha PATEL, Associate Specialist, Breast Surgery, The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Funding and Research for Breast Cancer. Zahir PATEL, Case Progression Officer, Operational Delivery Unit, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order. Emma PEARNE, Deputy Head Covid-19 Bus Service Support Grant Funding, Department for Transport. For services to Transport and the Covid-19 Response. Alan PEARSON, Headteacher, New Invention Junior School, Walsall, West Midlands. For services to Education. Jonathan Rankin PEEL, Director of Strategy and Business Operations, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. For services to Higher Education. Catherine Ann PELLEY, Chief Nurse and Director of Clinical Governance, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing Leadership in the NHS. Alison Celia Frances PENNY, Coordinator, National Bereavement Alliance and Director, Childhood Bereavement Network. For services to Bereavement Support. Daryl Margaret PERKINS, District Manager, Humber and East Riding St John Ambulance. For voluntary service to St John Ambulance and to Young People. Glen PERKINS, Founder and Volunteer, Action 4 Ashes and Shrewsbury Street Pastors. For services to the community in Shropshire. Alison Margaret PESSELL. For services to the English Fishing Industry. Cara PHILLIPS, Member, Task Force Europe. For services to EU Negotiations. Bertram Dorian James PHILLIPS. For services to Sport and to the community in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Graham Peter PHILLIPS, D.L., County Commissioner, Cheshire Scouts and Chief Executive Officer, Cheshire Young Carers. For services to Young People in Cheshire during Covid-19. William Martyn PHILLIPS, lately Chief Executive, Welsh Rugby Union. For services to Rugby in Wales. Victoria Ann PHIPPS, Co-founder, D-Day Revisited. For services to Veterans and the Commemoration of the Second World War Remembrance. Annette PICTON, lately Trustee, The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity. For services to Naval Personnel and Veterans. Angela Mary PORTER, (Angela Newton). For voluntary services in Lincolnshire. Andrew Robert PRATT. For services to the community in Lancashire during Covid-19. Geoffrey Bernard PRESTON. For services to Stucco and Plastering. Emrys Wyn PRITCHARD, Director of Health and Safety and Sustainability, University of Northumbria. For services to Higher Education. Rajinder PRYOR, Engagement Lead, Network Rail. For services to Diversity and Inclusion within the Rail Industry. Karin QURESHI, Mental Health Lead, Birmingham City University. For services to Mental Health and Higher Education. Ellen RAFFERTY. For services to Education. Dr. Ananthakrishnan RAGHURAM, Consultant Physician, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and the Covid-19 Response. Dianne Elizabeth REES, Councillor, Cardiff Council. For Political and Public Service. Suzanne Nicola REEVES, Co-chair, Disability Group, Office for National Statistics and Chair, Civil Service Disability Network. For services to Disability, to Diversity and Inclusion. Angela Eileen REID. For services to Care Home Residents particularly during Covid-19. Trudy Norma REID. For services to Infection Prevention and Control during the Covid-19 Crisis. Siobhan REILLY, (Siobhan Heafield), Regional Chief Nurse, Midlands and East, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Nursing and the Covid-19 Response. Helen Kathryn RICHARDSON, Founder and Chief Executive, Workpays Ltd. For services to Young People especially during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Stuart RIMMER, Principal, East Coast College. For services to Education and the community in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Robert Michael RINDER. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. Christopher John ROBINSON. For services to Heritage, to Conservation, to Education, to Business and to Tourism in Plymouth. Bernadette ROCHFORD, Freedom To Speak Up Guardian, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS. Dr. Michael ROGERS, Assistant Director, Global Health Research, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility. For services to Covid-19 Research Funding.
Rebecca ROLLASON, Resourcing Manager, Vaccines Task Force, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Government during the Covid-19 Response. Teresa ROSS. For services to Physiotherapy particularly during Covid-19. Sara Louise ROWBOTHAM. For services to Young People. Professor Anthony Walter ROWBOTTOM, Professor and Clinical Director for Pathology, Lancashire and South Cumbria Pathology Network, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. For services to Pathology during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Francis Arthur RUNACRES, Executive Director, Enterprise and Innovation, Arts Council England. For services to the Arts. Josephine SANDERSON, Finance and Business Support Manager, Forestry England. For services to Forestry. Scott Antony SAUNDERS, Founder and Chairman, March of the Living UK. For services to Holocaust Education. Emily SCARRATT, Vice Captain, England Women’s Rugby Team. For services to Rugby Union. Gillian SCOTT, lately Macmillan Prison Lead for Palliative and End of Life Care, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Palliative and End-of-Life Care. Professor Marie Ann SCULLY, Consultant Haematologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Blood Disorders. Catherine Anne SCUTT, Director of Education and Research, Chartered College of Teaching. For services to Education. Paul Crispin SEAGER, Tactical Communications Projects Manager, Defence Equipment and Support. For services to Defence. Anita SEATON. For services to the Environment and to Vulnerable Communities. Professor Laura Jane Frances SHALLCROSS, Associate Professor of Public Health, University College London. For services to Adult Social Care during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Norma Leah SHEARER, Chief Executive, Training for Women Network. For services to Women in Northern Ireland. Andrew James SHERMAN, J.P., Employer and Partnership Manager, Work and Health Services Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Employment and to the community in Southampton. Professor Bridget Mary SHIELD, (Bridget Mary West), Acoustic Engineer. For services to Acoustics Science and for voluntary service to Inclusion in Science and Engineering. John Thomas SHIELS, Chief Executive Officer, Manchester United Foundation. For services to Young People through Football. Dr. Thushantha de SILVA, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Infectious Diseases and Honorary Consultant Physician in Infectious Diseases. For services to Covid-19 Research. Geoffrey Michael SIMMONDS, Trustee, Pavilion Opera Educational Trust. For services to Education. Jonathan Andrew SIMPSON, Councillor, London Borough of Camden. For services to Local Government in Camden, to Charity and to Culture in London. Kermal SINGH, Police Staff, Avon and Somerset Constabulary. For services to Policing and to Diversity. Jaime Bree SMITH, Director, Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools Programme, Anna Freud Centre, London. For services to Education. Linda-Claire SMITH, lately Head of Public Protection Team, Crime, Policing and Fire Group, Home Office. For services to Public Protection and Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults. Peter SMITH. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Bedfordshire. Reshma SOHONI, Co-founder, Seedcamp. For services to the British Technology Entrepreneurship Ecosystem. Michèle SOURIS, Senior Personal Assistant to the Lord Chief Justice, Royal Courts of Justice. For services to the Administration of Justice. Eleanor May SOUTHWOOD, Councillor, London Borough of Brent. For services to Charity and to Local Government. Shirley Ann SOUTHWORTH. For services to the community in Wigan, Greater Manchester during Covid-19. Dr. Lisa Graham SPENCER, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19. Raheem STERLING. For services to Racial Equality in Sport. Helen STOREY, Founder, Triple A. For services to the community in Cumbria. Clifford John Thornton STOTT, Professor of Social Psychology, Keele University. For services to Crowd Psychology and to the Covid-19 Pandemic Response. George Henry STREATFEILD. For services to the Food Industry and to the community in Bridport, Dorset. John STUART. For services to the community in Ballymena, County Antrim. John Denis STUART. For services to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Margaret Rose STUBBS, Member of Patient Forum, Health Education England. For services to Diversity and Inclusion in the NHS. Michael TAGGART, Domestic Abuse Strategic Officer, North Wales Police. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse. Linda Elizabeth TAPNER, Chief Executive Officer, Selnet. For services to Social Enterprise. Ashok Kumar Jackisondas TAYLOR, Operations Officer, Government Legal Department. For services to Government especially during Covid-19. Darren Richard TAYLOR, Chief Officer, Norfolk Special Constabulary. For services to Policing and to the community in Norfolk. Helen TAYLOR, Co-founder, The Bridge For Heroes. For services to Supporting Ex-Service Personnel and their Families. Julie TAYLOR, Uniformed Services Teacher, Ashfield School, East Midlands. For services to Education and to Charity. Michael John TAYLOR, Co-founder, The Bridge For Heroes. For services to Supporting Ex-Service Personnel and their Families. Dr. Alison TEDSTONE, Chief Nutritionist, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. Stephen John TERRY. For services to Telecommunications, to Media and to the Internet.
Geoffrey Robert THOMAS, Founder, The Geoff Thomas Foundation. For services to the NHS and to Charity. Peter Charles Owen THOMAS, Police Staff, Strategic Advisor on Mental Health, South Wales Police. For services to Policing. Robert James THOMAS. For services to the community in Brockham, Surrey during Covid-19. Sharon Ann THOMAS, Foster Carer. For services to Children and Young People. Dr. Jeremy HENZELL-THOMAS. For services to the Civil Society and to the Muslim community in the UK. Graeme THOMPSON. For services to Cultural Regeneration in Sunderland. Peter Michael Vardey THOMPSON, lately Chief Executive, Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. For services to Medicine Supply Resilience and Development. Sarah Margaret THOMPSON, Nursery School Teacher, Orritor Nursery School, Cookstown, County Tyrone. For services to Pre-School Education and Children in Beavers. Steven Charles TOMPKINS. For services to Architecture and to the Arts. Pauline Anne TOWN. For services to Homeless People in Ashton under Lyne. Lady Susan Janet Elizabeth TREVOR, Vice-President, League of Friends of Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital. For services to Healthcare Charities. Claire TWITCHIN. For services to the community in Teignmouth, Devon particularly during Covid-19. Pamela Margaret ULLSTEIN, J.P., Magistrate Ealing Bench, Chair of the Greater London Family Panel and Project Leader Your Life You Choose, Ealing. For services to the Administration of Justice and to Young People. Christopher Jamie VARRALL, Police Inspector, Sussex Police. For services to Policing. Suzanne Ruth VERHOVEN, Policy Advisor, Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Animal Health and Biosecurity. Alison Jane WAINWRIGHT, Chair of Rutland Foodbank. For services to the community in Rutland. Lisa Jayne WAINWRIGHT. For services to Sport. Dr. Katharine Mary WALDEGRAVE, Founder, First Story and Co- Founder, Now Teach. For services to Education and to Charity. Hilary Ann WALDEN, (Hilary Burns). For services to Basket Making and Heritage Crafts. David Robert WALKER, Councillor, Cardiff Council. For Political and Public Service. Henry FAURE-WALKER, Chair, News Media Association, and Chief Executive Officer, Newsquest. For services to Regional News and Journalism and to Charity. Howard John WARDLE. For services to the community in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Peter John WATERS, Executive Director, Visit East of England. For services to the Tourism Industry during Covid-19. Huw Thomas WATKINS, Composer and Pianist. For services to Music. Anita WEIR, Faculty Head of Business and Information Technology, Inverurie Academy, Aberdeenshire. For services to Education. Arlene Kathleen Linda WELLMAN, Chief Nurse, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19. Dr. Thomas Peter Edward WELLS, Consultant Medical Oncologist, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medicine and People with Disabilities in the Medical Profession. Captain Kate WEST, Aviation Ambassador. For services to Aviation. Sophie WESTLAKE, Senior Policy Adviser, Covid-19 Task Force, Cabinet Office. For Public Service. Catherine Maria Elizabeth WHARTON, Senior Manager, National Crime Agency. For service to Law Enforcement during Covid-19. Elizabeth Anne WHETHAM, Executive Headteacher, Holy Trinity Primary School, Halifax. For services to Education. Brian Jonathan WHITE. For services to the Jewish community in Manchester. Major (Retd) William Hugo WHITE. For services to the Regimental Museum, the Rifles Regimental Association and to the community in Padstow, Cornwall. Jane Anne WILLIAMS, Director of Operations and Family Engagement, Naval Families Federation. For services to Royal Navy Personnel and Families. Peter WILLIAMS, Chair, Wolverhampton and District MS Therapy Centre. For services to Sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis. Patrick Mark WILSON, Deputy Parliamentary Clerk, H.M. Treasury. For Public Service. Ruth WILSON, Actress. For services to Drama. Kathryn Mary WINROW, Chair, Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust and lately Headteacher, Ranelagh School and National Leader in Education. For services to Education. Christopher Philip Frances WOOD, Founder, Flying Disabled. For services to Aviation Accessibility. Hannah Louise WOOD, Deputy Director, Task Force Europe. For services to EU Negotiations. Pauline Ann WOODS, Founder, Born Too Soon. For services to Parents and Young People in Kingston-upon-Thames. Lawrence James WRIGHT, Principal Solution Architect, Sopra Steria. For services to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. Lorraine WRIGHT. For services to Young People through Music. Thomas Christopher George WRIGLEY, Head of Security and Emergency Planning, Birmingham University. For services to Higher Education. Peter XEROS, Youth Justice Manager, North Tyneside. For services to Children and Young People. Muna Mohamed Rashid YASSIN, Managing Director, Fair Finance. For charitable Financial Services to Disadvantaged People during Covid-19. Charlotte YOUNG, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, The Girls’ Network. For services to Female Empowerment and Young Girls.
George Hossack YOUNG. For voluntary service in the Scottish Borders.

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