Members of the Cardiff University alumni community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Illustrator and writer Sir Quentin Blake CBE (Hon 2006) was awarded a Companion of Honour (CH) for services to Illustration.
Sir Paul Phillips CBE (BSc 1979, PhD 1990), Principal and Chief Executive of Weston College in North Somerset was awarded a Knight Bachelor for services to Further Education.
Professor Aled Phillips (BSc 1983), Professor of Nephrology at Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, was awarded a CBE for services to Renal Medicine.
Zoe Couzens (MPH 2012), Principal in Public Health for Public Health Wales NHS Trust was awarded an OBE for services to Public Health during COVID-19.
Huw David (BScEcon 1998), Councillor and Leader of Bridgend County Borough Council was awarded an OBE for Public Service.
Marc Donovan (BPharm 1995, PGDip 2001, PGDip 2004), Chief Pharmacist for Boots was awarded an OBE for services to Pharmacy.
Andrew Evans (MPH 2015), Welsh Government’s Chief Pharmaceutical Officer was awarded an OBE for services to the COVID-19 Response.
Dr Rizwan Ahmed (PGCert 2011) Consultant Respiratory Physician at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust was awarded an MBE for services to Public Health during COVID-19.
Susan Doheny (Diploma 1999) Regional Chief Nurse for the South West at NHS England and NHS Improvement, was awarded an MBE for services to Nursing.
Robert Quest (BSc 1981) Head of Animal Reception Centre at London Heathrow Airport was awarded an MBE for services to Animal Health and Welfare.
Naomi Lea (BSc 2020) who is a volunteer, campaigner and Trustee for a number of charities including NSPCC and Step up To Serve, was awarded a Medal of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) for services to Young People, particularly during COVID-19.
We are so proud of our Cardiff alumni community and extend a huge congratulations to all those who have been recognised for their dedication and achievements.