Bacchus Alumni Awards 2018
Tuesday, 24 April 2018
On 16 April 2018, the annual Bacchus Alumni Awards took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel. The event ceremony brought together alumni, colleagues and friends of Oxford School of Hospitality Management to celebrate their achievements.
Speaking at the awards ceremony, attended by 200 alumni, students and friends of the Oxford School of Hospitality Management, Augustus Lonsdale (Bacchus President), said: "The Bacchus Awards ceremony has become a highlight in both the Oxford School of Hospitality Management’s calendar and that of the wider hospitality industry. Our alumni are our greatest ambassadors and they help shape the reputation of our School on the world stage".
The winners of the event were:
Major Contribution To The Hospitality Industry
This award is for an alumnus who is a truly inspirational and respected figure, who has helped to shape the hospitality industry through their talent and commitment.
|Dr Maureen Brookes||Reader, Oxford School of Hospitality Management|
Manager Of The Year
A graduate who has excelled at a management level and who has achieved considerable success in the career since leaving Oxford School of Hospitality Management.
|Rupert Power||Managing Director, Sophie’s Steakhouse|
Rising Star Award
A graduate who is within 5 years of leaving the Oxford School of Hospitality Management and is showing great leadership potential.
|Will Rogers||Restaurant Manager, Berners Tavern at EDITION|
Bacchus Mentor Award
This award seeks to recognise one of our impressive Bacchus Mentors for the exceptional support they offer to our students.
|Ciarán Fahy||Chief Executive Officer, Ellerman Hotels|
Bacchus Student Award
For the student who has contributed most to the social fabric of the Oxford School of Hospitality Management.
|Lydia Staniforth||Bacchus Society President|
Bacchus Special Award
For someone who has given extraordinary amounts to the Oxford School of Hospitality Management and the industry at large as well as supporting and nurturing young talent.
|Donald Sloan||Founder & Director, Oxford Cultural Collective|