Just a few of the Cambridgeshire folks on the 2021 New Year Awards list
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Community champions, business leaders, volunteers, and fundraisers are among those featured on the Queen’s New Years Honor Roll for 2021

Anna Louise Halls, National Domestic Manager at Compass Group and from March for Services to the NHS

Anna Louise Halls (March), National Domestic Manager at Compass Group, was awarded an MBE in Services for the NHS
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Steve Cenci, General Manager of Health at Compass Group UK & Ireland, wrote about Anna on a corporate blog in September, reflecting on the pandemic

“Anna was instrumental in bringing her expertise to the table during this time and sharing it across the NHS,” he said

“Your job is to develop standard operating procedures that meet the cleaning requirements of hospitals, assess what is required for delivery, e.g. B. new technologies and products, and provide important advice on how to implement them safely and effectively

“Over the past few months, people have seen the importance of cleaning in reducing the spread of disease and infection, and Anna is in a unique position to work together to help develop new standards of cleaning”

Norah Al-Ani, Director of the Cambridge Rape Crisis Center, Receives an MBE for Contribution to Social Justice and Gender Equality Norah received her Honorary Fellowship two years ago
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The Cambridge Rape Crisis Center was set up in 1982 by a small group of local women as a confidential hotline

It was a response to the growing awareness of sexual violence against women and girls and the need to create a safe space

This gave many women the first opportunity to speak openly about their experiences of rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and other forms of violence

“The Cambridge Rape Crisis Center has been here during the entire lockdown and we will continue to be here as restrictions ease,” says Norah. “We are doing everything we can to secure our services now and in the future”

Two years ago, Norah received an Honorary Fellowship from Anglia Ruskin for her work at the Cambridge Rape Crisis Center

March’s Emma Evans was placed on the New Year’s Honor Roll for services to goalball and athletes with visual impairments
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One Fens torball enthusiast who is on the New Years Honor Roll believes there is more work to be done to develop the sport

Emma Evans MBE from March is recognized for her contributions to goalball and to athletes with visual impairments since she became more involved in the sport in 2015

Ever since Emma helped start the Fen Tigers goalball team five years ago, she has played, trained, whistled, and participated in fundraising campaigns and public service goals

Emma, ​​who was inspired to pursue goalball after her son started playing at the Royal National College for the Blind, has also struck her off the field

She has turned 80 in the past two yearsReceived £ 000 for Goalball UK, the governing body of the sport

She has also promoted sport as a civil servant through the Public Service Visual Network, which aims to address and raise awareness of the issue of visual impairment across the public service

On the pitch, Emma, ​​who led the Fen Tigers to international success in Malmö last year, led them to become the first British team to compete in the European Super League in 2021, but she wants to be there don’t stop

Sarah Margaret Kingsland, Senior Clinical Quality Manager, Regional Director of Infection Prevention and Control at NHS England and NHS Improvement, London Area, has received an MBE in services for the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 response
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Judith Martha Tsitsi Machiwenyika, Nursing Advisor at the Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and out of Huntingdon, for services to nursing and BAME equality, particularly during the Covid-19 response

Judith, known as Judy, chairs the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network at Royal Papworth Hospital

She was born in Zimbabwe, where she did her general nursing training, and later moved to South Africa, where she also trained as a midwife

Judy was one of the nurses recruited by the NHS during the then Labor government’s recruitment campaign for foreign nurses between 1997 and 2006

She began her career with the NHS in 1999 and has been with the Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

for 21 years
She was later promoted to a Nurse Advisor on the ALERT and Advanced Surgical Teams, and is one of only five Nurse Advisor at Royal Papworth Hospital

For example, stricter measures have been taken to ensure that employees with a BAME background are not disproportionately represented in formal disciplinary proceedings, “reflecting the issues highlighted by professional bodies and the Workforce Race Equality Standards data.

“Now if an employee with a BAME background is proposed for discipline, the case will be reviewed by the Labor Director and I will use a pre-disciplinary tool to ensure that the case meets the disciplinary criteria and is treated fairly”

Sam is an advisor to the all-party rescue group & and a founding member of the President of the RIBA Expert Advisory Group investigating the Grenfell Tower fire

From 2009 to 2013 he worked as an expert and advised the three families of the three young women and three small children, including a three-week-old baby who was born on March 3rd July 2009 died in a fire in the Lakanal house in Camberwell

His research resulted in the creative demolition of Ronan Point and the eight other LPS blocks on Freemason’s Road Estate in Newham, London

Starting in 1968, he also advised Paul Foot of Private Eye, saying that their work not only asked searches about LPS construction and its suitability for high-rise buildings, but also uncovered the Poulson affair

Sylvia May Cundell, Attorney General for the East of England, Crown Prosecution Service and from Huntingdon, for Services to Law and Order

One of her most famous and certainly most unusual cases was the handling of the CPS case against a man who had more than 5 years in NorfolkHad collected 000 rare bird eggs

He was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison today and sentenced to 10 years in prison

Sylvia Cundell noted, “The laws against wild bird egg harvesting exist for one reason – to protect species from decline

“The CPS is committed to the strict prosecution of those who commit crimes against protected wildlife”

Dr Alastair James Burn, Principal Water and Pollution Specialist and from Ely, for Cambridgeshire Conservation Volunteer Service

Valerie said: “I was absolutely amazed; I could have been knocked down with a feather when I got the call. It’s a great honor ”

33 of those years she was a member of the committee and spent eight years as chairman of the Isle of Ely Federation, which she only gave up in May

The retired headmaster was headmaster for 18 years, community councilor for 20 years, organized dances in the village hall and also the bi-monthly lunches for over 60 years

She added: “We have had to stop community activities due to the current situation, but we want to start again immediately as soon as it is safe to do so””

Andrew said, “At first it was a shock when I found out. After the shock, I wondered if I really deserved to receive such an award because there are so many people doing such amazing things”

Since 29 On March 1st, he volunteers every day at the Cambridgeshire County Council hub, which assists those who have screened off parcels with essentials

The group also coordinated 3500 social visits across the country and helped families struggling with clothes and other items during the crisis

Dr Tamsin Mary Holland Brown, Pediatrician at Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust, for services to the NHS during Covid-19

The pediatrician Dr Tamsin Mary Holland Brown introduced the Duke of York to an innovative hearing aid developed by Dr Tasmin Brown with Delilah O’Riordan
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In 2019, pediatrician Tamsin Holland Brown presented an innovative hearing aid to the Duke of York during an official visit to Cambridge

Dr Holland Brown, who works for Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, said: “Nine out of ten people with Glue Ear clears up

within a year

“Some children cannot hear well while they have sticky ears This, in turn, can affect their speaking, speaking, listening and learning skills

“I wanted to find a solution for the many other children who are affected by this common condition

“In my spare time, I set up the Hear Glue Ear research project and put together an inexpensive headset and microphone

“The headset uses a bone conduction transducer that transmits sound as a vibration via the cheekbones directly to the inner ear, with the eardrum and adhesive ear missing”

Using Bluetooth technology, the headset can be plugged into a small microphone attached to the lapel of a parent or teacher so that the child can hear whatever is being said

For the past 10 years, Tamsin has worked as a community pediatrician with a particular interest in audiology, first in Suffolk and now in Cambridge

She completed an apprenticeship at St George’s Medical School in London and worked at St Thomas, Guys, Middlesex / UCL and abroad at the Royal Perth Hospital and the Sydney Childrens Hospital

David John King, Specialist Paramedic with the East of England Ambulance Service and out of Cambridge, for service to the NHS and fundraising

Dave King is part of the Hazardous Area Response Team (HART), which provides NHS paramedic care to those in a hazardous environment who are otherwise beyond the reach of NHS care

The photo is from 2017 when he was collecting toys and gifts for the children’s ward at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge to be given over Christmas to the children who were too uncomfortable to be home on Christmas Day

Gabriella Pimentel, Clinical Musculoskeletal Specialist at Warrior Sports Rehabilitation and from Cambridge, providing services to the elderly during Covid-19

Gaby combines a career with top athletes and an MSc in sports medicine His main interests and expertise are in an area of ​​sports rehabilitation. Gaby continues to work on national gymnastics and football

Gaby is an expert in high-grade rehabilitation for thigh injuries and general lower extremity injuries She has authored articles in both areas on women’s running, CP performance, and a variety of other platforms

As a musculoskeletal physical therapist specializing in the treatment of female athletes, she has spent most of her career in a variety of elite settings ranging from English women’s football to Chelsea FC, British gymnastics to muay thai kickboxing

She currently works at a sports rehabilitation clinic in Shoreditch (Warrior Rehab) and is a lecturer in physiotherapy at St Mary’s University

Dr Michael Paul Weekes, Infectious Disease Clinician at the NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge University Hospitals and Cambridge, for contributions to the NHS during Covid-19

Dr Michael Paul Weekes was awarded a BEM for Services to the NHS during Covid-19

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Christopher John Strickland, Fire Chief of the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, has been awarded the Queen’s Fire Brigade Medal (QFSM)

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Chris joined Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) as Assistant Fire Department Chief in 2007 after serving 24 years with Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, where he joined as a firefighter at the age of eighteen

He spent 12 years as a firefighter before being promoted to station officer in what is now station commander’s role He later became a group and then area commander

After joining CFRS, Chris served as assistant fire chief for three years before being promoted to assistant fire chief in 2010

Christopher John Strickland, Fire Chief of the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, has been awarded the Queen’s Fire Brigade Medal (QFSM)
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Chris was promoted to Chief Fire Officer in 2016 In addition to his duties within the CFRS, Chris chairs the Sector Resources Committee of the National Fire Chief’s Council (NFCC) and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Local Resilience Forum

The Local Resilience Forum (CPLRF) in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is a group of agencies made up of emergency services, local authorities, the military, public health organizations and others who would play a role in the event of a disaster or major emergency

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor of Autism Research at Cambridge University
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Simon Baron-Cohen FBA FBPsS FMedSci, 62 years old, is a British clinical psychologist, director of the University’s Autism Research Center and a Fellow of Trinity College

Professor Usha Claire Goswami FBA, Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge
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Professor Usha Claire Goswami FBA, Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge, has received an Order from the British Empire (OBE) for services to educational research

Usha Goswami is a fellow of the St John’s College, who returned to Cambridge in 2003 after leaving the department in 1997 to become Professor of Developmental Cognitive Psychology at the Department of Child Health at University College London

Before arriving at Cambridge for the first time in 1990, she held academic positions at the University of Oxford and the University of Illinois

Dr Sally Ann Forsyth, Director of Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, Cambridge, received an OBE for Business and Science Services

Stuart Paul Gibbons, Managing Director of Le Mark Group and von Holme, for services for international trade

On his company’s website, Stuart offers a glimpse into his preferences (spending time with family and friends, drinking wine, being able to say I did and finding time to read)

He also likes some dislikes like “wearing baseball caps back to front (and then squinting in the sun), my own mistakes, not having a purpose every day, unruly kids”

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? “The word” interesting “is neither” yes “nor” no “and it gives you time to make the right decision

“It’s a really simple answer, necessity It all went very quickly, from being part of a business family to going solo within a week!”

“At the age of 29 anything was possible and I saw it as an opportunity not only to look after my family, but also to test and activate a new entrepreneurial part of myself”

Thirty-four years later, he says, “Le Mark is growing and evolving and as a whole is way more than I ever expected

“It has a family of its own, a regional political voice from &, as well as a unique sense of social awareness

“It has grown from a ‘mere’ business, is now a standalone entity, and continues to surpass even my wildest dreams”

Professor Valerie Gibson, Professor of High Energy Physics at the University of Cambridge
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Professor Valerie Gibson, Professor of High Energy Physics at Cambridge University, received an OBE for Services to Science, Women in Science, and Public Engagement

Professor Gibson holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Sheffield (1983) and a DPhil in Experimental Particle Physics (1986) from Queen’s College, Oxford

She was a Fellow in the Department of Experimental Physics at CERN (1987-89) and came to Cambridge in 1989 as a SERC Advanced Fellow, which was carried out at the same time as the Stokes Senior Research Fellowship at Pembroke College (1989-1994)

She was named Trinity College Professor and Fellow in 1994, Reader in 2006, a Senior Fellowship from the Royal Society’s Leverhulme Trust (2007-08), and Professor in 2009

Dr Roger Michael Owen Hall, Medical Director of the NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Papworth Hospital and Cambridge, for contributions to the NHS and the Covid-19 response in East England

He studied medicine at Otago University in New Zealand and completed his specialist training in the UK, New Zealand and Australia

From 1991 to 2002 he was a consultant at Green Lane Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, practicing both pediatric and adult cardiac anesthesia and critical care before moving to Papworth Hospital

He started his career with Shell in the Middle East, followed by positions at QA plc and the University of Nottingham

Isobel Sheldon, Director of Business Development at the UK Battery Industrialization Center and based in Huntingdonshire, for automotive battery technology services

Battery manufacturer Britishvolt appointed Isobel Sheldon as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Head of the Advisory Board in June to support the construction of the UK’s first large cell gigafactory

The company said that with their familiarity with the global battery landscape, Isobel in her new role may lead a self-cultivated initiative and become an integral part of Britishvolt in the manufacture of high-performance lithium-ion cells

After nearly 20 years of experience in the lithium-ion battery industry, she joined the government-sponsored UK Battery Industrialization Center (UKBIC), which has made the country a world leader in cell design, development and engineering. manufacture is supposed to do for the electrification of vehicles – where she worked as Director of Business Development

She described her goal of “developing a robust, risk-based plan that will help revitalize and strengthen the UK manufacturing sector and honor its legacy and excellence in lithium-ion batteries

“Not only is this one of the most exciting green projects in the world, for both the automotive and energy sectors, but it will be of tremendous national importance as the UK government seeks to fulfill and fulfill its green agenda Road to Zero Goals

“The lithium-ion cell industry is currently one of the fastest growing and most dynamic areas of modern technology Britishvolt’s 30+ GWh Gigafactory is ideally positioned to capitalize on and potentially more than 4000 jobs for the UK economy “

Dr Nicholas Keith Coni, Co-Founder of the University of the Third Age, Cambridge, for Education Services for the Elderly

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