Honorary graduates 2010
Professor Gwyneth Lewis, OBE has been given an Award of Doctor of Science honoris causa by City, University of London.
Gwyneth is the National Clinical Director for Maternal Health and Maternity Services for the Department of Health, England, as well as the Director of the Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths UK.
Mr Alderman Nick Anstee has been given an Award of Doctor of Science honoris causa.
Alderman Anstee took office as the 682nd Lord Mayor of the City of London on Friday 13 November 2009. As Lord Mayor he promoted the Square Mile as the world's leading international financial and business centre, and his project sponsored the spread of financial literacy.
Peter Hendy has been given an Award of Doctor of Science honoris causa by City, University of London.
Peter was appointed Commissioner of Transport for London (TfL) on February 1st 2006, and oversees one of the world's largest multi-modal transport authorities.
Martin Campbell-White has been given an Award of Doctor of Arts honoris causa.
Martin is Joint Chief Executive of Askonas Holt Ltd, Europe's largest music artists' agency. He has been with the company since 1972, and has been in his current role since the early 1990s.
Sir Malcolm Williamson, CBE has been given an Award of Doctor of Science honoris causa by City, University of London.
Sir Malcolm is the Chairman of Cass Business School Strategy and Development board, having been appointed in 2008. He is also Chairman of National Australia Group Europe Limited, Youth Business International Advisory Board and Friends Provident Holdings (UK) Limited; a non-executive director of Friends Provident Group plc; and a member of the Board of Trustees for The Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum.