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Recognition for telecoms workers in Queen's Birthday Honours 2020

The importance of broadband and telephone services during 2020 and the COVID-19 crisis has been recognised across many sectors of life in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2020 and while in recent years there has often been 1 or 2 awards this year there are 11 awards.

The 11 are just some of the 561 people awarded a MBE, Member of the Order of the British Empire in this years Honours.

  • Denise Allan, Managing Director of Customer Service, Sky Uk. For services to the Telecommunications Industry during Covid-19
  • Ijeoma Ezeilo. Telecommunications, Sky UK. For services to the Telecommunications Industry during Covid-19
  • Adam Gordon. Mobile Network Engineer, Ericsson. For services to the Telecommunications Industry during Covid-19
  • John Hayday. Security and Business Continuity director, BT. For services to the Telecommunications Industry during Covid-19
  • Peter Martin, Field Based Co-ordinator, BT Openreach. For services to Telecommunications during Covid-19
  • Andrew Miller, Team Member, TalkTalk Business Team. For services to Critical National Infrastructure during the Covid-19 response
  • Scott McPartlin, Network Engineer, BT Openreach. For services to Telecommunications during Covid-19
  • Reza Rahnama. Director, Core Voice Services, BT. For services to Telecommunications during the Covid-19 response
  • Karen Smith. Emergency Authority and Government Relationship manager, BT. For services to the Telecommunications Industry during Covid-19
  • Gemma Towers. Mobile Product Specialist, BT. For services to telecommunications during Covid-19
  • Peter Harding, Team Member, TalkTalk Business Team. For services to Critical National Infrastructure during the Covid-19 response

Massive congratulations to them and all the other people who have kept the broadband machine running during what has been a year unlike any other.

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