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14 June 2022

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Congratulations to Julia Millard, MBE who has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022

We are delighted to offer our congratulations to St Hugh’s alumna, Julia Millard (née Lehmann) (History, 1987) who has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022 for services to education.

Julia, who lives in Meadowfield, County Durham, received an MBE after stepping up to be chair of governors at not just one but three schools: Langley Moor Nursery, Langley Moor Primary School and Durham Community Business College; and helping to shape education across the North East. She has been an active member of governing bodies for over 20 years, and was regional lead for the National Leader of Governance until 2021.

Since 2012 she has mentored chairs of governors of over 20 schools and academy trusts in the Northeast, including schools trying to improve poor Ofsted grades.

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