Helen was honoured alongside Grammy winner Augustin Hadelich, Professor Ian Boyd, Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Lord Neuberger, who was Britain’s most senior judge before stepping down earlier in 2017. The ceremony was presided over by the University Chancellor Lord Myners.
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Image (L-R): Professor Sir Steve Smith, The Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive, Helen Brand OBE, chief executive of ACCA, Lord Myners of Truro, CBE, University of Exeter’s Chancellor, the ceremonial head of the University.
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