Vita Liberata founder recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours

Alyson Hogg, founder and CEO of luxury tanning brand Vita Liberata, has been recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours. 
On Friday 16 June 2017, Alyson became a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for her services to economic development in Northern Ireland. 

 The award recognises and celebrates Alyson's huge contribution to economic development in Northern Ireland, successfully driving export for a local business and being a leading local employer. Additionally, the award acknowledges her contributions to the Northern Ireland Peace process in 1998 and strong, positive collaboration with The Prince's Trust, as its first female patron in Northern Ireland. 

 Alyson told us: "I am humbled and very honoured to receive this award. Everything I have done throughout my varied career has always been with the help and support from others. Most importantly all the amazing women and men who work at Vita Liberata, taking the message of advanced organics across the globe on a mission to change the way we think about our skin care, what it should do and what it is made of – and all from a little island on the edge of Europe. To every one of my warriors, thank you!"