World Trade Center Gibraltar, where Old Brightonians Ed Allison-Wright (Du. 2001-06) and David Lawerence (Du. 1984-94) are directors, have played a major part in the successful evacuation of 92 Afghani people from Kabul.
News from OBs
Amber Goodwin (Fe. 2013-15) has just launched Apparelle (www.apparelle.co.uk), which promises to change the way we buy activewear. Former investment banker, Amber, who is only 25, has already had an incredible career, and Apparelle is already making waves in fashion – and it has only just launched.
TogetherUkraine is a grassroots organisation, set up by Brad Vanstone (Sc. 2004-09) and a number of his friends, raising funds and providing humanitarian support to Ukrainian refugees.
Florie Evans (Wi. 2003-06) works in TV production, after an exciting career as a PA hopping across the Atlantic. She shared some great stories about working on TV programmes ranging from Married at First Sight to The Grand Tour and had some wise words for her school-age self.
Congratulations to Toby Harries (Sc. 2012-17), who is now the British men’s champion over 200m.
This month we spoke to Mark Simmonds (Al. 1976-81), a management trainer who has written two books about mental health. He shares his happiest memories of his time at school and a brilliant idea for what to take to a desert island...
Mark Simmonds' (Al. 1976-79) second book "Beat Stress at Work" will be published on 3rd March 2022.
Congratulations to Max Murphy (Ha. 2017-19), who has received the Henry Fellowship to study at Harvard University.