Sarah Butterfield (Fe. 2010-12) is a trailblazer in activewear. She has co-founded Olive Ridley, which sells sustainable activewear online. Named after a breed of turtle, Olive Ridley is designed and made in Europe and all the pieces are made from Econyl.
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Gemma Ashworth (Ch. 2007-16) is a teacher, currently living in Dubai. Sports-mad, Gemma, was Head of House whilst at Brighton and has travelled all over the world since leaving school. She has just started a new role at Repton Dubai.
Rishi Soni (Du. 1991-96) is Commercial Director, Brighton College International Schools, and lives here in Brighton with his young family. A keen sportsman at school, Rishi remembers back to tours of Zimbabwe as a 12-year-old and tells us which cooking equipment he would be sure to take with him to a desert island.
Chris Terrill (Al. 1965-70) has been executive producer on a new Channel 4 film: War and Justice: The Case of Marine A.
Bella Lack (Se. 2020-22) has released her first book The Children of the Anthropocene on Penguin books.
Meraj Huda (Ch. 1980-84) wanted to work for NASA or be a pilot growing up. He leaves in Australia now, and has worked in technology for most of his career. He loved sports at school, and is currently studying for a second masters degree.