Sikhs Recognised in Queens Birthday Honours
Congratulations to all the Sikhs who have been recognised in the the Queens Birthday Honours List June 2021
• Professor Jagjit Singh CHADHA OBE, who is the Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and a renowned expert on financial markets and monetary policy
Jasvinder ‘Jaz’ Singh Rai OBE is a well-respected campaigner and activist who established the Sikh Recovery Network, which supports people with alcohol and drug addictions and specifically tried to tackle the stigma of addiction in the Sikh community.
Jasjyot SINGH OBE – Managing Director, Consumer and Business Banking, Lloyds Banking Group – For services to Financial Services during Covid-19
Rajinder PRYOR MBE is Senior Account Manager at Network Rail (Telecom) and a trustee of Women in Rail. She has promoted diversity across the rail industry and raised awareness around domestic abuse, particularly during the pandemic, via the Rail to Refuge scheme and Online Safe Spaces.
Gurveer DHAMI MBE – Senior Private Secretary to the Secretary Of State For Education – For services to Education (London, Greater London)
Kiran Kumari JASSAL MBE – Senior Operational Manager, HM Prison Winchester – For services to the HM Prison and Probation Service during Covid-19 and to Diversity and Inclusion (Woking, Surrey)
Davinder John LAIL MBE – Head of Ozone Depleting Substances and Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases Team, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – For services to the Environment (London, Greater London)
Tammy SANDHU MBE – lately Chair, Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic Network, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office – For services to Diversity and Inclusion
Kermal SINGH MBE– Police Staff, Avon and Somerset Constabulary – For services to Policing and Diversity (Downend, Gloucestershire)
Harmit AHLUWALIA MBE – For services to the community in East London during Covid-19 (London, Greater London) •
Harpreet BAINS MBE– For services to the community in the London Borough of Ealing during the Covid-19 Pandemic (London, Greater London) •
Santokh Singh DHALIWAL MBE– Coordinator and Treasurer, 50 Plus Group, Indian Community Centre Association Nottingham – For services to the Indian community in Nottingham (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL
Bhupinder Kaur RAI – Temporary Chief Superintendent, Thames Valley Police.