He founded (or co-founded) three national charities, The Citizenship Foundation, The Legal Action Group and LawWorks (the Solicitors’ Pro Bono Group) and all still flourish. Lord Triesman of Tottenham is an Essex graduate and former Chairman of the his work and achievements in the culinary and hospitality industry and his extensive work on sustainability issues in the sector. Sir Robin Day, MA Hon LLD (1988) (d.) Professor Eric Hobsbawm, BA PhD FBA (1996) (d.) Sir Peter Bonfield, CBE FIEE FBCS FCIM FREng FEng (2001) the House of Commons, Mr Pullinger worked closely with the Speaker and several committees to develop the connection He also worked at the Victoria and Albert Professor Ron Johnston, OBE MA PhD (1996) Professor Andrew Mack is an Essex alumnus who helped revolutionise the Lord (John) Dyson (2013), Mr John Elkington, BA MPhil (2014) Professor Peter Brereton Townsend, BA (1990) (d.) Mike Leigh is one of Britain's most renowned film and theatre directors. His and Social Theory (2006). Jan Jaroslav Pinkava, BSc PhD (2014) CSO’s successor, which he now has executive responsibility for as Chief Executive of the UK Statistics Authority. have been translocated. He qualified in 2013 as a nurse, and travelled to Africa to work with sufferers of cancer, tuberculosis and HIV. Jan Hodges, OBE BA MA (2012) (SEC) of the Bed, in 2003. In her 20 years on the FT, she has been interviewer, energy correspondent, University with a BA in Politics. Whitbread Novel Prize, the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and the Prix Femina Baroness Onora O'Neill, CH CBE BA MA PhD, FBA (1996) the University engaged in the largest building programme since its foundation We are clear about what we stand for: transformational education and research, inclusion, academic freedom, partnerships based on shared values, and the commitment to make a difference in the world by putting ideas into action to create benefit for others. the mastermind behind the development of Tate Modern. You can read our listing here. Ignacio Duran Loera (2011) He is a regular guest on BBC Breakfast, the News Channel, and many Radio 4 Professor Ab Hamid Khairuddin (2018) mandatory death penalty in those states, and as Director of Public Prosecutions Dr Tony Sewell, CBE (2019) successful comedy partnerships with several television series throughout the telecommunications giant, BT. Baroness Professor Heleh Afshar OBE AcSS (2011) He stood forthrightly for the rights of of Nobel Peace Laureates, and in 2011 was awarded an OBE in recognition of her including the Home Office Task Force on the implementation of the Human Rights own brand in 1995, which became Britain’s most successful new premium food brand. The Honorable Mr Justice Erik Mose (2007) She was awarded the CBE in 1999. She has also worked as The TEF Panel reviewed the provider metrics and provider submission according to the process and criteria specified in the TEF guidance. Express Book of the Year Award, was made into a film in 1995. Frederick George Emmison, MBE FSA FRHistS (1971) (d.) industry through challenging times. Sir John Tusa has been Managing Director of the Barbican Centre since 1995. Lord Phillips of Sudbury OBE is a retired Liberal Democrat peer and solicitor who was Chancellor of the University of Essex from 2003 until 2013. Contemporary Music Group and Britten Professor at the Royal Academy of Music, His later work draws He in the University’s Department of History for 24 years before his retirement in work for BBC Radio and has worked on television, including the 2003 drama Hear He was founding Chairman of Ofcom, an assessor on the Lord Currie has seen the University complete several strategic capital projects in 1998 was appointed Professor and Chair of Inter-Governmental Relations at Afsheen Rashid MBE is founder Director of Repowering London, which installs solar-powered ‘power stations’ on community buildings, encourages local residents to invest, and funds community education and internships. number of government departments before becoming Director of Planning at the former Central Statistical He has enjoyed a successful legal career and was Northern Ireland. James regularly exhibits at Messum’s Fine Art in London, the Baron Rix of Whitehall, in the City of Westminster and of Hornsea in Yorkshire, CBE HonMA (1984) (d.) in 1971 and the Oral History Society in 1973. of the Cambridge Angels, Chairman of the Conservative Party Small Business Task