Honours List: Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
Friday 31 December 2010
ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE
Sir Peter Forbes Ricketts, KCMG. Formerly permanent under secretary and head of the Diplomatic Service, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Simon Lawrance Gass, CMG, CVO. HM Ambassador, Iran.
Professor Eldryd Hugh Owen Parry, OBE. Trustee and Founder, Tropical Health and Education Trust. For services to healthcare development in Africa.
Ms Fleur Olive Lourens De Villiers. Chair, Trustees, International Institute of Strategic Studies. For services to democratic transition, reconciliation and governance in South Africa.
Alan Claude Doss. Formerly United Nations Special Representative. For services to the United Nations.
Michael John Drury. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ms Caroline Margaret Elliot, OBE. HM Consul-General, Shanghai, China.
Simon Mark Featherstone. Formerly director, Shanghai Expo 2010, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Henderson Alexander (Sandy) Gall, CBE. Formerly Freelance Writer and Broadcaster. For services to the people of Afghanistan.
Robert Winnington Gibson. Deputy High commissioner, Karachi, Pakistan.
Alistair Dewar Kerr Johnston. Non-Executive Member, Board of Management, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Board of Management.
Andrew Lloyd, MBE. Formerly director, Corporate Services, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Trevor Steven Pears. Executive Chair of the Pears Foundation. For services to the community and UK/Israel relations.
Miss Elizabeth Alison Platt. Non-Executive Member, Board of Management, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Board of Management.
Miss Rosemary Helen Sharpe. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
John Llewellyn Mostyn Hughes. Non-Executive chairman, INTEC Telecommunications Systems. For services to international telecommunications.
Professor Barry John Kemp. Senior Research Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge. For services to archaeology, education and international relations (Egypt).
Richard Paul Margolis. Regional director, North East Asia, Rolls Royce. For services to UK business in China.
Mrs Caroline Emma Alcock. First secretary Political, British Embassy, Cairo.
David Robert Allen. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Stephen John Bill. Formerly head of Taxation and Customs Union Cabinet, European Commission. For services to international taxation and UK/European Commission relations.
Miss Rachel Jane Brass. Formerly First secretary, British Embassy, Kinshasa.
Nicholas John Pender Chalmers. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Nigel Clark. Formerly chairman, British Chamber of Commerce, Beijing, China. For services to UK/China commercial interests.
Jonathan Charles Eames. Programme manager, Birdlife International, Vietnam. For services to biodiversity, conservation and civil society development in Vietnam.
Miss Assuntina Falzarano. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Professor William Finlayson. Director, Council for British Research in the Levant. For services to international relations.
Anthony Ralph Fitzherbert. Agricultural Adviser and Farmer. For services to agriculture in Afghanistan.
Dr Alan France. First Deputy Rector, Westminster International University, Tashkent. For services to UK/Uzbekistan educational and cultural relations.
Christopher Taylor Gibson. Formerly director, British Council, South India.
Stephen Walter Garnier Hallett. Director, China Vision. For services to disadvantaged groups and increasing understanding of disability issues in China.
Col Michael Anthony Hart, MBE, QGM. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Professor Andrew Hussey. Dean, University of London Institute, Paris. For services to UK/France cultural relations.
Ms Margaret Sheila Jack. Director, British Council, Ukraine.
Dr Bruce Frederick Edward Jenks. Formerly assistant secretary-General and director, United Nations Development Programme, New York. For services to the United Nations Development Programme.
Peter James Keay. Formerly Adviser to Ambassador Kasprzyk, the Personal Representative of the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe) dealing with Nagorno Karabagh. For services to OSCE in assisting the peace process in Nagorno Karabagh.
Philip Shaw-Latimer. Head, British Section, Lycee International, Paris, France. For services to the development of international education in France.
Ms Bernice Wingi Yee Lee. Research director, Energy, Environment and Resource Governance, Chatham House. For services to UK/China climate change co-operation.
Dr Ian Karl Levy. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Colin George MacDonald. Formerly Principal, Moshoeshoe II High School, Lesotho. For services to the education of young people in Africa.
Neil Andrew Masom. Non-Executive director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Services. For services to the development and governance of FCO Services.
Barry Stuart Nicholas. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Geraldine Lucia Norman. Chief executive, the UK Friends of the Hermitage. For services to UK/Russia relations in Fine Art.
Dr Mark Prudden. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Anthony James Reilly. Formerly director, British Council, Iraq.
Stuart Edward Rutherford. Microfinance Adviser. For services to Microfinance.
Atallah Saleh Said. For services to the British Arab community and UK interests in the Middle East.
Piers John Sellers. Astronaut. For services to science.
Michael Shawcross. For services to aid projects helping disadvantaged communities in Guatemala.
David Walford Slessar. Chairman, Australia-British Chamber of Commerce, Sydney. For services to UK/Australia commercial relations.
Mrs Lorna Ginevra Smith. Formerly director, British Virgin Islands International Financial Centre. For services to the British Virgin Islands Government.
Nicholas Michael Smith. Director, International Festival Chorus and Peking Sinfonietta. For services to music and to UK/Sino relations.
Ms Janice Ann Townsend Sweid. Formerly First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Stephen Paul Price-Thomas. Director, Oxfam, Vietnam. For services to development in Vietnam.
Professor Kevin Thompson. Director, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. For services to the Arts and to UK/Hong Kong cultural exchanges.
Roger Malcolm Weatherell. For services to poverty reduction in Nepal.
Professor Gordon Williams. Medical director, Fistula Hospital, Addis Ababa. For services to urology overseas, particularly fistula surgery in East Africa.
Professor Nicholas James Younger Woodhouse. Professor, Department of Medicine, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman. For services to British medicine in the Middle East.
Ms Bridget Frances Wooding. Humanitarianist. For services to human rights in the Caribbean.
Julio James Alcantara. Formerly director of Education, Gibraltar. For services to education and to the community in Gibraltar.
Peter Michael Allcorn. Formerly British Honorary Consul, St. Kitts and Nevis. For services to the British community and to British interests in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Michael Philip Patrick Atsoparthis. British Honorary Consul, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. For services to the British community and the consular evacuation of expatriates during the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan.
Mrs Christine Sarah (Jane) Bielby. Treasurer, Bermuda Girl Guides. For services to Guiding in Bermuda.
Matron Mary Winifred Brewster. Formerly Hospital Matron. For services to the sick and the elderly in Zimbabwe.
Miss Susan Caroline Curtis. Formerly Second secretary, British Embassy, Kinshasa.
Samarendra Nath Das. Formerly chief Opthalmic Surgeon. For services to ophthalmic work overseas, particularly the establishment of eye hospitals and clinics in India.
Christopher James Duff. Member of Crosslink International, Kyrgyzstan. For services to the evacuation of expatriates during the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan.
Mark Charles Evans. General manager, Outward Bound, Sultanate of Oman. For services to cultural diversity and promoting understanding between people in the Arab and Western worlds.
Mrs June Christine Haimoff-Fairey. Environmentalist. For services to environmental conservation and the protection of endangered turtles in Turkey.
Ms Suzanne Elizabeth Golden. Senior manager, South, Oman International Group, Oman. For services to the British community in Salalah, Sultanate of Oman.
Derek Owen Griffiths. Governance Adviser, Provincial Reconstruction Team, Helmand, Afghanistan.
Mrs Claire Allison Harri. Teacher. For services to the evacuation of expatriates during the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan.
Joel Ilmary Harri. Member of Crosslink International, Kyrgyzstan. For services to the evacuation of expatriates during the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan.
Thomas Luther Hewitt. Chief executive Officer, Umthombo Street Children, Durban, South Africa. For services to child welfare in South Africa.
Inspector Richard John Maurice Hynes. Metropolitan Police Service. For services to community safety in South Africa.
Mrs Caroline Louise Ingram. Chair of Trustees, the Victoria Climbie Charitable Trust. For services to education for children and the establishment of a school in the Ivory Coast in memory of Victoria Climbie.
William Kemuel Jackson. Vice chairman, Cayman Maritime Heritage Foundation, Cayman Islands. For services to cultural heritage and environmental conservation in the Cayman Islands.
John Hugh Kenyon. British Honorary Consul, Puerto Montt, Chile. For services to the British community and consular assistance in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake.
Dr John Edward Lancaster. Trustee, Board of Directors, Sparrow Ministries, South Africa. For services to the victims of HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Mrs Mary Jannet Lawrence, JP. Speaker, Legislative Assembly, Cayman Islands. For services to the community in the Cayman Islands.
Andrew William George Lewis. Head, UK Trade and Investment, British Consulate General, Los Angeles, USA.
Dr Gaynor Deeble Maclean. International Midwifery consultant. For services to midwifery overseas.
Stephen Michael Markey. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Lesley Marie McConnachie. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Lorna Marie Miles. Formerly Pavilion director, UK Pavilion, Shanghai World Expo 2010.
Ms Tracey Alexandra Morgan. Formerly Legal Officer, International Organisation for Migration, East Timor. For services to the British community in East Timor.
Andrew John Mullen. Chief executive Officer, Corporate Security Consultants, Guatemala. For services to the British community, charitable activities and British commercial interests in Guatemala.
Mrs Elizabeth Janet Neill. Chair, International Library, Dusseldorf, Germany. For services to the promotion of British culture.
Ms Mary Patricia Northmore. Founder and Chair, the Smile Foundation Bali. For services to those suffering from cranio-facial abnormalities in eastern Indonesia.
Mrs Rosalind Stephanie Oliver. Director, Double Dragon Alliance, Shanghai. For services to the promotion of cross-cultural understanding, particularly between the UK and China.
Mrs Lesley Fawcett Phipps. Member, Board of Directors, Hospice Africa, Uganda. For services to palliative cancer care in Africa.
Mrs Lorraine Jennifer Repetto. Government Treasurer. For services to the community of Tristan da Cunha.
Peter Robinson. Chairman, George Cross Island Association, Malta Branch. For services to the British community in Malta.
Timothy John Rushton. Choreographer and Artistic director, Danish Dance Theatre. For services to dance.
Graham Alan Shillabeer. Formerly Second secretary, British Embassy, Brussels.
Ms Hannah Killingley Small. Chair of Trustees, Soft Power Education, Uganda. For services to education in Uganda.
Mrs Jillyan Stanley. Volunteer. For services to children with disabilities in Tanzania.
Braxton Eugene Steede. Entertainer. For services to entertainment in Bermuda and internationally.
Mrs Alison McGregor Tardivel. Headmistress, Junior School, British School of Paris. For services to British education in France.
The Reverend Andrew Thompson. For services to human rights and promoting interfaith dialogue between Christians and Muslims in Kuwait.
Charles Sydney Tobias. Chairman, Pusser's Rum, British Virgin Islands. For services to the Royal Navy and to the community of the British Virgin Islands.
Mrs Susan Jean Wakeling. Formerly Learning Centre manager and Teacher, Guizhou, China. For services to special needs and disabled children in China.
Francis Kendrick White. Vice president, English Speaking Club, and president, Alicante Branch, Royal British Legion. For services to the British community in Spain.
Dominic Luke Williams. Second secretary, British High Commission, Colombo.
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