Pembroke Alumni Recognised in Queen’s Honours Lists

27th April 2021

We are delighted to report that Pembroke Alumni Mark Enzer (1982), Tom Hurd (1983) and Vivienne Artz (1987) were recognised in the (delayed) 2020 Queen’s Birthday and 2021 New Years’ Honours lists.

Mark Enzer (1982), Chair of the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s (CDBB) Digital Framework Task Group was awarded an OBE for services to national infrastructure in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in October 2020. In addition to this role, Mark contributes to the leadership of the National Digital Twin programme and is also the Chief Technical Officer of Mott MacDonald.

The Hon. Tom Hurd OBE (1983) has been awarded a CB (Companion of the Order of the Bath) for services to National Security. He is the current Director General, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Home Office, having worked at the UN Security Council in New York before returning to the UK in 2011. 

Vivienne Artz (1987) was awarded an OBE in the 2021 New Years’ Honours List for services to Financial Services and to Gender Diversity. She is currently the Chief Privacy Officer at the London Stock Exchange Group and outgoing President of Women in Banking and Finance (WIBF), a non-profit membership organisation dedicated to connecting individuals and institutions across the industry to increase women’s visibility, participation and engagement in financial services at all levels. WIBF hosts and organises networking events, development programmes and leadership opportunities.

Vivienne commented: “I am thrilled and humbled to receive this honour in recognition of the work that I am so passionate about. Advancing diversity and inclusion is critical for our businesses and society, and responsible use of data can assist in achieving equality of opportunity for all.”

Mark Enzer (1982) Tom Hurd (1983) and Vivienne Artz (1987)
Mark Enzer (1982) Tom Hurd (1983) and Vivienne Artz (1987)