Cognition congratulates educators recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list

Thursday, June 4, 2015
Chris Sullivan

New Zealanders are making a significant impact individually and collectively.

Cognition would like to recognise and congratulate all the educators recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list. Below is a list of those who were recognised.

Companions
Professor David Michael Bibby, Lower Hutt, for services to science and education.
Professor Robert James Crawford, Auckland, for services to tertiary education.
Tagaloatele Professor Margaret Ellen Fairbairn-Dunlop, ONZM, Auckland, for services to education and the Pacific community.
Dr Lionel John Wood, QSO, Kaikoura, for services to tertiary education and Maori.

Officers
Ms Anita Finnigan, Auckland, for services to education and the Pacific community.
Mrs Tuiataga Fa'afua Savelina Leavasa-Tautolo, QSM, Auckland, for services to education, arts and the Pacific community.
Professor Elizabeth Ann McKinley, Melbourne, for services to education and Maori.
Mrs Denise Sheat, Rolleston, for services to Maori and education.
Mrs Maretta Tuasivi Solomon, Auckland, for services to education and the Pacific community.
Mr Pulotu Arthur Gus Solomon, Auckland, for services to education and the Pacific community.

Members
Mr Paul David Daley, Auckland, for services to education.
Miss Elizabeth Anne Horgan, Auckland, for services to primary education.
Mr Bruce William Martin, Napier, for services to tertiary education.
Ms Anne Edith Miles, Auckland, for services to education.
Mr Thomas William Parsons, Picton, for services to education.
Mrs Nora Tawhi Rameka, Kerikeri, for services to Maori and education.
Mr John Clive Rennie, Kaikoura, for services to education and sport.
Mr Bruce Stuart Ritchie, Auckland, for services to education.
Mrs Robyn Rosemary Rosie, Te Puke, for services to education.
Mr Allan Martin Rumble, Rotorua, for services to education.
Mr Allen Wihongi, Kamo, for services to Maori, the arts and education.
Mr Neil Wilkinson, Rangiora, for services to education.
Mr Tawhirimatea Te Auripo Rewita Williams, Auckland, for services to Maori and education.

Queen's Service Medal
Mrs Ethel Taihaere Macpherson, Gisborne, for services to Maori and education.
Mr Stewart Tuari John James Panapa, Hastings, for services to Maori and education.
Mr Ian Charles Roberts, Palmerston North, for services to the community and education.
Dr Elizabeth Sarah Neal Sneyd, Wellington, for services to music education.