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News from OBs
This month we talk to Dr Ralph Abraham (Br. 1959-63). Ralph came to Brighton College as a boarder and is the founder of London Medical and the London Diabetes Centre.
Ralph shares the advice he would give to a current Brighton College pupil, and explains a bit more about what his work involves.
The partnership between Soul Corporations, a leadership consultancy that helps leaders drive their business forward with soul, run by Nicholas Brice (Ch./Le. 1972-76) and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has won the award for Best Customer and Employee Engagement programme 2020 at the International Engage Business Media Awards.
Nigel Thomas (Sc./Ch. 1996-98) is a London based singer/songwriter and actor. As the lead singer and songwriter for the indie-rock band The Foxes, Nigel enjoyed several UK Indie Chart top ten hits, toured the world and recorded and released an acclaimed album mixed by John Cornfield (of Supergrass, Razorlight and Muse fame).
Nigel reminisces about hair-bleaching and drama in The Hordern Room.
In the week that Karma celebrated its 27th birthday, it welcomed two new locations to its resort family: Karma Salak, in Indonesia, and Karma Salford Hall, in the Cotswolds.
Jo Moloney (Fe.2002-07) has launched a new online business.
Edward Romain Quinn (Ry. 1999-2004) is currently working for international NGO, Frontline AIDS.
Present. Perform. Persuade offer public speaking and presenting training courses, run by Old Brightonian and journalist Vanessa (Wi. 1996-98).