Plant-based cheese "Willicroft", founded by Old Brightonian Brad Vanstone (Sc/Ab. 2004-09), is now available in Waitrose!
News from OBs
This month's OB of the month is Tosin Akinluyi (Fe. 1990-92), who is Global COO of Macro Research at Morgan Stanley and has over 20 years' experience in the financial services sector. Tosin spoke to us about how her time at Brighton College shaped her, and shared some good advice which will resonate with OBs at any stage of their career.
We are thrilled to share the news that OB Anna Harris (Ne. 2011-16) has been selected to umpire in the inaugural Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy, the highest level of women's competitive domestic cricket in the UK.
Lunch with... Jonathan Palmer - When a career in medical science beckoned, he had other ideas. Simon Arron hears how a young doctor became first a racing driver, and then a formidable businessman.
This month we catch up with Alex Broun (Ha. 1998-2003), who ran a major football league in Asia until a recent career change brought him back to the Brighton College family.
We are delighted to announce that OB Tigger Gray (Br. 1972-75) has won a Sports Emmy Award in recognition of his talents as cameraman, as part of the RF (Radio Frequency) Hand-Held Camera Team for ESPN in the USA.
This month’s OB of the month is Will Marks (BCPS/Du. 2001-12). Will works in the Civil Service, most recently at the Office for National Statistics and in the Civil Contingencies Secretariat, co-ordinating the response to Covid-19.
Dr Jeff Allan (Ha. 1968-73) has been busy lately as part of the team producing the first hydrogen train in the UK. Hydrogen trains are intended to gradually replace diesel trains as an emission-free alternative, through hydrogen fuel cells which convert hydrogen and air into electricity and water.