John Studzinski included in Top 10 List of Britain’s Top 100 Catholics
Thursday, 14 May 2015
John Studzinski has been named as one of the Top 100 Catholics in Britain today by the leading Catholic journal The Tablet. He is placed at number 10 on the list, which is headed by Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England.
Catherine Pepinster, editor of The Tablet, said: “The Tablet’s list of Top 100 lay people of 2015 reflects the enormous contribution of Catholics to this country and beyond, in leadership positions in every sector from banking to the arts to sport and to running major charities.”
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Recently, Barnard College in New York honoured Mr Studzinski with its Frederick A.P. Barnard Award in recognition of his charitable contributions to young people in the arts, while the J. Paul Getty Trust in California, with its mission to present, conserve and interpret the world’s artistic legacy, announced that he will join its Board of Trustees in July.
Last autumn, Mr. Studzinski received the Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy, which complements the Prince of Wales Ambassador Award that in 2000 recognized his philanthropic work with the homeless.