DeAnne Julius, who holds an honorary doctorate from Warwick, was appointed Dame (DCMG) for her services to international relations, including a decade as chair of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Former University Council member Penny Egan, who is Executive Director of the US-UK Fulbright Commission, was awarded a CBE for services to international education. Penny stepped down from the University Council last year.
Richard Wilding, who graduated from Warwick in 1998 with a PhD in Engineering and is now Professor and Chair in Supply Chain Strategy at Cranfield School of Management, was awarded an OBE for services to Business.
BBC media correspondent Torin Douglas was awarded an MBE for services to the community in Chiswick, west London. Torin graduated from Warwick in 1972.
Moses Anibaba, Director British Council, Ghana, was awarded an OBE for services to UK cultural interests in West Africa. Moses has given key support to the Warwick in Africa programme in Ghana.
Warwickshire businessman Denys Shortt (pictured left), founder of DCS Europe plc and Board member of Warwick Business School, was awarded an OBE for services to the economy in the West Midlands.