Report to Donors 2018
Your impact in 2017 Since the College was founded in 1954, we have been proud to welcome generations of talented young women to study with us and, from the start, have been committed to ensuring that neither financial circumstances nor family background would provide an obstacle to a studentâ€™s ability to do so. Your support continues to make this possible, and you can read more about this in the following pages. With some of the oldest parts of the College having been inhabited for more than 50 years, we are grateful for your donations towards upkeep and refurbishment and are delighted to announce that, due to your generosity, work on Orchard Court F staircase is due to begin this summer.
offering students advice and experience for entering the workplace. Members of the New Hall Society Committee, too, regularly give their time to help us engage effectively with our ever-growing alumnae community to ensure we remain relevant. Their support and guidance is invaluable.
Many of you have also found space in your busy lives to donate your time and talent to us this year â€“ for example, through the Gateway programme by
Your kindness and generosity is so important for maintaining this vibrant, supportive and unique community that we all value â€“ THANK YOU!
COVER IMAGE: MARTIN BOND
96 STUDENTS RECEIVED FUNDING FROM THE ROSEMARY MURRAY FUND FOR HARDSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP, TRAVEL AND ACADEMIC WORK, TOTALLING NEARLY
YOUR DONATIONS TO THE COLLEGE PRIORITIES FUND HAVE ENABLED US TO IMPROVE ACCOMMODATION AND TEACHING FACILITIES
£160,000 54 40 11 STUDENTS WERE AWARDED A ROSEMARY MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP FOR GETTING A FIRST OR A DISTINCTION IN THEIR EXAMS
GRADUATE STUDENTS BENEFITTED FROM RESEARCH GRANTS/ FUNDING
WE RECEIVED GIFTS AND PLEDGES FROM 653 DONORS OF
£1,277,976 INCLUDING GIFT AID
LEGACY PLEDGES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED
STUDENTS RECEIVED LANGUAGE COURSE SUPPORT, ENABLING THEM TO LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE ALONGSIDE THEIR PRIMARY STUDIES
STUDENTS RECEIVED BLUES FUNDING TO SUPPORT MEMBERSHIP AND TRAINING COSTS
Your impact on students The Gateway Programme is unique to Murray Edwards College and aims to ensure that our students make the most of their time at Cambridge and beyond by encouraging them to be bold in their aspirations and to develop the knowledge and skills required to achieve these goals. Gateway is open to all students, undergraduate and graduate. In a studentâ€™s first year, the focus of Gateway is academic and centres on helping students adjust to Cambridge. In the second and third year, the focus broadens and the programme helps
ISABELLA ABDULNOUR, THIRD YEAR LANGUAGES STUDENT
students think about personal development and their career aspirations. Your involvement in the programme has been invaluable; you have given your time, arranged work placements and internships and given financial support.
I used my Gateway Challenges funding to travel to Buenos Aires to volunteer at a small-scale charity called FundaciĂłn Mediapila which is dedicated to helping socially and/or economically vulnerable local women find dignified employment. My tasks were varied and included organising events, office administration, and supporting the practical workshops
Gateway in numbers
GATEWAY SESSIONS HELD
STUDENTS RECEIVING GATEWAY CHALLENGES FUNDING
ALUMNAE WHO VOLUNTEERED THEIR TIME TO THE GATEWAY PROGRAMME
WORK PLACEMENTS AND INTERNSHIPS OFFERED BY GATEWAY
TOTAL VALUE OF GATEWAY CHALLENGES FUNDING DISTRIBUTED
(which build knowledge of the working world and teach skills such as CV writing). Most weekends, I would help at events in shopping centres or outside churches, where volunteers would sell t shirts, bags and jumpers made by the ‘students’ and ‘alumnae’ of the charity. The small scale of the organisation made everything more personal and I appreciated the variety of tasks that I was involved in - my time there was never boring nor felt arbitrary! What’s more, my Spanish improved a lot as no one in the
office spoke English and I was also able to chat with the students. Many of them were from Peru, Bolivia and northern provinces of Argentina (and so their accent was easier to understand than those from Buenos Aires), so I was lucky enough to learn more about different cultures of Latin America, beyond what I was experiencing myself. This was a really fun and valuable experience, and I am very grateful to the Gateway programme for giving me this opportunity.
Your impact on student sport
We are proud that many of our students represent the University of Cambridge in their chosen sport and, thanks to your generosity, the College is able to support
KATE MARKS, SECOND YEAR HISTORY STUDENT
these students with funding for their membership and training costs. Here, two students tell us why this funding is important to them.
Having always played rugby prior to coming to university, it was a natural decision for me to continue when I arrived in Cambridge. In order to be a part of the University club a financial commitment is required at the start of the season. The Blues funding generously granted by the College has enabled me to remain a committed member of the Blues rugby team, focussing
When most people think of sport at Cambridge, they think about the Boat Race and rowing â€“ and who can blame them? However, rowing is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the sport on offer at Cambridge and, as a College, we also have many different sports clubs and teams in which our students participate.
RACHEL LODGE, SECOND YEAR LAW STUDENT
my time on both my academic work and my ambition within my sport. I have now competed in two Varsity matches (2016/2017) and been able to develop into a leader within the team. Rugby has allowed me to have a well-rounded experience at Cambridge, providing a social space and a chance to develop workplace skills as a member of the club committee. I am incredibly excited to represent the College as Captain of the squad for the upcoming season.
When I started studying Law at Murray Edwards, I knew that I wanted to keep up my judo. The sport has been part of my life since I was six, and I wanted to see how far I could go at University level. The funds I received from the College helped to pay my mat fees, allowing me to train with the University team. Consequently, I was selected for the Womenâ€™s Team for Varsity. I won my fight, was awarded a Half Blue and became an Osprey. This year, I have been President of Cambridge Judo, and have again been grateful for funding from the College. This term, we travelled to Oxford for Varsity, and I again won my fight, meaning I am now a double Half Blue. The support of my College has helped me advance in a sport I love, enriching my time at Cambridge immensely.
Your impact on our College
Like the women who come here, our buildings have always been innovative and pioneering. Our original accommodation block, Orchard Court, has provided a home to students for more than 50 years, but it is now in need of considerable attention before it is ready to house students for the next 50 years.
Last year we reached out to all our alumnae and friends and, as a result of the support we received, we are delighted to report that work will begin on F staircase in the summer of 2018. The renovation will provide comfortable and warm accommodation and, once completed, we hope that the next generation of our students will be able to look back fondly on their time living in Orchard Court as many of our alumnae do today.
Of course there is still work to do to complete the vital refurbishment of Orchard Court, and fundraising continues for G and H staircases. We will only be able to complete this crucial work with your continued support. If you would like further information on how you can make a difference to this project please contact Claire Cosgrave, Deputy Development Director: email@example.com
One of our donors, Tracey Campbell (New Hall, 1980), has taken the time to let us know why she gives to this project
I remember Cambridge with great fondness – the good and even the occasional bad times. It was a privilege to be challenged by so many intelligent people, and I sang in choirs, made costumes for five plays that went to the Edinburgh Fringe and attended a lot of parties as well as writing essays on the incest taboo and Marx. None of that would have been possible without the flexibility of New Hall (as it then was) as I switched at the last minute from reading Natural Sciences to Anthropology. Several college tutors were inspirational, including the now late Sue Benson and Janet Moore who both pushed me towards opportunities I would never have dared to try without their support. What I didn’t appreciate enough at the time was how longstanding the friendships I made at College would be. 35 years later several of the same numbers are still on my speed dial for advice, fact-checking or just a laugh. Murray Edwards has definitely been a formative influence on my life and I want to make sure these opportunities remain available to the feisty women of the future. While still a
young college by Cambridge standards, Murray Edwards needs to have its infrastructure upgraded to keep up with technological changes and become more eco-friendly. Wiring, plumbing and insulation aren’t glamorous gifts but they are fundamental to keeping the doors open for the long term, which is what we all want. I believe wholeheartedly in the College’s mission to reach out to young women from all walks of life and am lucky enough to be at a stage in my life when I can give something back. I’ve preferred occasional lump sum donations but, with Gift Aid, even a modest amount per month soon adds up. There are plenty of complex problems out there and the world needs educated women to step up with a bigger share of the solutions. I very much see donating to the College as investing in the supply chain of these future leaders.
A gift for the future The gift of a legacy is a gift for the future. The generosity of those who came before us continues to help support student bursaries, Fellowships, the New Hall Art Collection and even our beautiful gardens. The Murray Society, our Legacy Circle, currently has 103 members, all of whom have notified us of their intention to leave a bequest to the College. One of them, Ann Altman (New Hall, 1966), has taken the time to share with us why she feels it is so important for her to remember the College in her Will.
If, after providing for your family, you are considering leaving a bequest to the College, or would like further information on doing so, please contact Claire Cosgrave, Deputy Development Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ANN ALTMAN (NEW HALL, 1966)
We are grateful to Ann, not only for her legacy but also for the Stephan Kรถrner Graduate Studentship in memory of her father.
I am leaving one tenth of my estate to the College. One of the purposes of bequests such as mine is to encourage others to act similarly. A second purpose is to memorialise someone who has made a difference. I hope that, no matter how large or small the
eventual sum of money handed down to the College, the College will be able to use my example to encourage similar bequests in honour of members of the College who have been an inspiration to their students. There are few better forms of preparation for life than
a Cambridge education. My father received one, and that debt is paid. I received one and, when I die, my debt will be paid also.
College Financial Overview 2017 In the last financial year, the College continued to demonstrate a solid financial balance, with increased giving from alumnae and friends around the world. The College’s investment portfolio performed strongly under the management of CCLA who were appointed in 2016, and the endowment is now at its most valuable ever. The income from the investment assets enable education, learning and research and benefit each undergraduate each year by more than £5000.
to cover repairs needed on the buildings nearly a decade ago. A more significant sum has been made available for on-going maintenance to keep the facilities up to scratch for the students as well as start a major historic renovation of several staircases in the old accommodation block.
Small surpluses have been allocated to start to pay off emergency loans, taken
None of this would be possible without the donations of alumnae and friends.
ACADEMIC FEES AND CHARGES £2.3M
2017 INCOME ENDOWMENT (INC. LTCT GIFTS & GILL ROYALTIES £2.2M
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION £0.6M EDUCATION £3.6M
RESIDENCES, CATERING AND CONFERENCES £3.3M
RESIDENCES, CATERING AND CONFERENCES £4.2M
2017 Roll of Benefactors Thank you to all of our alumnae and friends who have generously given to the College during the last academic year. We are also grateful to those donors who wish to remain anonymous and to those who have left a legacy to the College in their Will. 1954
Angela Holder; Audrey Knight (Durno); The Estate of Annabel Rathbone (Balfour); Janet Webber
Rose Ashby (Watson); Jan Birbeck (Hogg); Harriet Burgato (Hargreaves); Cynthia Milligan (Shepherd); Margaret Tompsett (Hatfield); Jean TunnicliffeWilson (Anscombe); Ruth Whitehouse (Ainger); Pat Williams (Dwyer); Ann Zammit (Johnson)
1955 Liz Budd (Kenrick); Valerie Hess (Watkin); Janet Lailey (Ellis); Elizabeth Waldram (Collins); Kate Welbourne (Peers)
1956 Wendy Annan (Pollard); Amanda Cornford (Goodfellow); Ann Elliot (Brimacombe); Alisoun Gardner-Medwin (Shire); Susan Gomme (Koechlin)
1957 Rosemary Holderness (Smith) & Michael Holderness; Anne Holmes (Church); Felicity Phelps (Crozier); Isabel Raphael (Lawson)
1962 Valda Bailey (Titlestad); Caro Barker Bennett; Margaret Harrop (Elliott-Binns); Nancy Iacobucci (Eastham); Jessica Rawson (Quirk); Katherine Vine
1963 Lucy Summers
1964 Jenny Bacon; Susan Eltringham (Thompson); Lesley Harrington (Wilson); Jane Heal (Kneale); Sally Hunter
Alison Farrow (Brown); Alden Jackson (Glanville); Jane Rees (Walley)
Kate Allan (Tait); Rosie Beer; Jocelyn Bell Burnell (Bell); Jenny Blackburn (Trudgian); Elizabeth Blunt (Harden); Jane Evans (Rice); Nadya Gawadi; Emma Moffatt (Newton); Rosemary Rees (Dawson); Jane Shaw; Priscilla Truss (Grasby); Valerie Wadsworth (Jones); Susan Whitfield (Bottomley); Ying-Ying Yuan (Tsien)
1959 Sheila Coates; Janice Hebditch (Aitken); Judith Langley; Ruth Neal (Candy)
1960 Dusha Bateson (Matthews); Susan Binnie (Strickland); Margot Croft (Heeley) & Anthony Croft; Marion Longstaff (Miles); Liz Pearson (Angus); Hilary Steedman (Pervinkler); Liz Wakely (Aynsley-Smith); Rosemary Waring (Goodson); Lucy Warrack (Beckett)
1966 Katherine Bradnock (Ryder); Sheila Brown (Robinson); Mo Laidlaw (Callow); Rosemary McKinnon (Fletcher); Lesley Saunders; Debby Swallow; Rachel Travers
(Stone); Joanna Womack (Hodges) & Michael Womack
1967 Anne Fendley (de Rousset-Hall); Ann Goldman; Ann Hudson (Maloney); Bryony Jagger; Margaret Rice-Oxley (Fleming); Joy Richardson (James); Denise Riley; Catharine Robertson (Brown); Imogen Waterson (Richards)
1968 Sarah Ash (Rydill); Kate Babbage (Cowhig); Tirzah Ben-David (Thorn); Paula Bolton-Maggs (Blundell Jones); Frances Bower; Ann Campbell (Beeching) & Quentin Campbell Hilary Douglas (Black) & Robert H Douglas; Jane Edwards; Sakiko FukudaParr (Fukuda); Alison Macdonald (Coote); Hilary Oâ€™Shea; Evelyn Silber; Dinah Townsend (Holderness); Joanna van Heyningen; Diana Westmoreland; Judy White (Sanders); Sarah Williams (Jackson); Jane Ziar (Butler)
1969 Elizabeth Buckmaster (Mark); Maggie Budden; Sheila Damon (Kinghorn); Sue Davies (Lake); Jane Geddes; Nini Gilder (Brooke); Betty Kirkwood (Bartlett); Jane Lamb (Wright); Liz MacKenzie (Ryder); Jennifer Mant (Price); Frances Matthews; Jacqueline Mitton (Pardoe); Janet Morley (Atkinson); Robin Raphel (Johnson); Louise Sanders (Elliott) & Jeremy K Sanders; Pat Sims (Maynard); Hilary Sommerlad; Barbara Stocking; Anne Thwaites (Paterson);
Jennie Treleaven; Cecilia Twinch (Merrison); Margaret Whitehead (Knight)
1970 Kate Campbell; Janet Clarke (Hall); The Esate of Rosey Crafts; Liz Evans (Hoskins); Alison Evans (Mansfield); Catherine Gilbert; Heather Hall (Anscombe); Heather Hamblin (Peirce); Maggie Hattersley (Pearlstine); Jane Inglese (Bailes); Sue Jackson (Elliott); Tessa Kilvington-Shaw (Kilvington); Olivia Loewendahl (Maude); Anne Monroe (Grierson); Elizabeth Norris; Niobe Wells (Hopkins); Jane Williams (Little)
Johanson (Howell); Miranda Menzies (Brooks) & Richard Menzies Abigail Mozley (Cooper); Anne Nicholson; Jane Pither (Hannon); Sheila Richardson; Mary Siraut; Karen SmithMcCune (Smith)
1976 Rosemary Burke; Susannah Burn (Humphreys); Jill Burnett (Dorsett); Chrissie Dobbs (Proby); Liz Loudon; Jill MacMahon; Bethan Myers (Howells); Helen Rees Jones (Dixon); Alison Sheridan; Linda West (Pearson); Shanthi Wilson Wijeratnam; Helen Wood (Jagger)
Virginia Beardshaw; Diane James; Wendy Joseph; Hattie Lupton; Lynn Millward (Beardsley); Anne Muir (Borrett); Louise Ramsay (Gibbon); Catrin Roberts; Miriam Roston; Sarah Watson (Henley); Pauline Whitney (Micklam)
Jeannie Dawkins (Elliot); Deborah Ellinger (Chopping); Philippa Hayes (Gimlette); Sue Higginson (Harris); Helen Hurst; Jane Lambert; Clare Littlejohn; Charlotte Metcalf; Karen Silcock (Pawson); Margaret Welbank & Nicholas Lowe; Tizy Wellesley Wesley (Romanes)
Elizabeth Allen (Peschek); Sophie Balcoff; Serena Cockayne Jones (Cockayne); Harriet Devlin (Geddes); Evie Dovaston; Tricia Dunlop (Williams); Carol Fear; Susanne Haselgrove (Hughes); Ruth Howard (Clague); Wendy Jeavans (Griffin); Eileen Joyce; Jane McIntosh; Judith Nicholson; Jane Scullion; Joanna Teverson (Gore-Booth); Camilla Toulmin; Alex Trouton; Moira Wilson
Caro Angwin-Thomson (Angwin); Kate Charlton-Jones (Gorman) & John Charlton-Jones; Alison Dean; Sophy Fisher; Jeanne Lavin; Janet LeggetJones (Legget); Sue Pinfold; Dinah Roy; Jane Silcock (Folwell); Hilary Thomas; The Estate of Jilly Tovey; Anne von Guionneau (McLaughlin); Susan Weekes (Ormond)
1973 Carolyn Aston (Young); Caroline Bartram (Varley); Sally Cooper (Nuttall); Wendy Dixon; Judith Gilbert (Andrews); Anne Greenwood; Gillian Hale (Hutson); Lynne Jones (Daly); Victoria Karney; Marion Leeper (Stirling); Louise Morse (Miller); Caroline Scott (Scott); Heather Smith; Francesca Ashburner Ryan
1974 Caroline Bird; Bridget Eickhoff; Lesley Evans (Stockdale); Lindy Evans (Ramsay); Jane Hastings (Carter); Lynwen Jones; Judith Lancaster (Lawrence); Kate Souter (Grady); Elizabeth Thorne (Fisher); Laura Warren (Rham); Sue Wilyman (Marsh)
1975 Jo Anthony (Keith); Lesley Clough; Breda Craine; Caroline Donaldson (Parish); Jane Dunlop (Grisdale); Catharine Gilson (Baylis); Charlotte Huskisson; Charlotte
1979 Lilani Arambepola (Nimalsuriya); Catherine Dowland-Pillinger (Dowland); Rachel Drysdale Tom Weaver Debbie Macklin (Schofield); Anne Oliver (Parr); Ruth Ruggles; Fleur Spore; Miranda Weston-Smith & Horace Barlow Kay Wilkinson (MacLarnon); Kate Wilson
Philippa Jackson (Owens); Anna Kaposi; Mary Pegler; Caroline Ramsay (Fleming); Clare Salmon; Helen Stevenson; Anna Thomas (Taberner)
1982 Liz Boothroyd (Hand); Jo Busvine; Sharon Craggs (Neo); Sally Daboo (Griffiths); Sarah Fell (Nichols); Jackie Gordon; Jackie Hall (Campbell); Heather Jones (Douglas); Marcia Van-Loo (Smith); Liz Walsh (Long)
1983 Matilde Bagnoli; Romayne Campbell; Erica Coope; Catherine Elwood (Wait) & Clive Elwood; Fiona Hewitt (MacDonald); Lise Michaelides (Humphreys); Pauline Mills (Nescalfe); Moni Mohsin; Kate Scrase
1984 Helen Cain; Sarah Hill Wheeler (Wheeler); Carol Hills (Grossman); Helen Hooke (Martyn); Catherine Livingstone (Roud Mayne); Jenny Mathers; Natalie Moorhouse; Alison Turnock (Theobald); Vicki Wood
1985 Catherine Beale (Owens); Susie Benson (Winegarten); Amanda Davies (Smith); Jennie Gilbert; Fran Henson (Henson); Cath Matthews (Dingle); Sue Mitchell; Lucy Pavesi (Harrison); Nicola Rees (Wild); Harriet Stewart; Melanie Williams (Hosking)
1986 Prue Benatar; Sarah Evans (Oglesby); Suzanne Ewing; Sarah Ferguson; Diana Ferrar (Williamson); Jane Gibson (Worthington); Cathy Relyea; Jo Rew (McArdle); Karen Young (Young)
Katy Barmak (Barmak-Vaziri); Debbie Bartlett; Jane Butler (Dixon); Tracey Campbell; Alison Care (Fellows); Jane Edge; Katy Hinchliffe; Claire Hobbs (Hobbs); Serena Hodgson (Cantrell) & Ian Hodgson; Miranda Kendall (Page Wood); Robin Morgan; Melissa Posen; Stephanie Rudgard-Redsell (Redsell); Sylvie Watts; Patsy Wilkinson
Cats Bailey (Worboys); Lucy Bryden (Stewart); Ali Clayton (Hayes); Catharine Goddard (Martin); Catherine Lawson (Gatenby); Kitty Lloyd (Roxburgh); Francisca Oboh-Ikuenobe (Oboh); Jenny Read (York); Helen Sanders
1981 Lesley Argent; Helen Beare; Clare Briegal (Munford); Jacqueline Burrage (Eagle); Rachel Carnegie; Madhvi Chanrai; Christina Chisholm (Hooper); Helen Cocksedge; Susan Grayling (Dillistone);
1988 Alison Arthur (Collins); Helen Baker (Smith); Emma Carter (Dewhurst); Alison Clare-Dalgleish (Clare); Renata Czinkotai; Sharon Davis; Susan Evans 9Mead); Sue Fitton; Kate Isaak; Melanie Marsh (Plenderleith); Mary McStay; Marianne Wanstall (Spall); Maureen Weiss; Elaine Wright (Tucker)
Kate Beaton (Jones) & Ian Beaton Abbe Brown (Lockhart); Jenny Clementson; Lucinda Edge (Papworth); Sharon Fuller (Malkin); Rhian Granleese (Evans); Susan Graves (Luke); Sarah Phelps; Sara Reed (Marani); Judith Richardson-Bunbury; Kara Theiding (Olsen); Chris Wade (Williamson)
Louise Brass (Robinson); Philippa Peto (Peto); Melanie Roberts (Mayo); Lydia Wilson
Frances Conti-Ramsden; Donya Fredj; Miriam Henson; Renée Schalks; Zsuzsanna Sükösd Etches
Catherine Bennett (Gilliard); Zoe Birtle; Amanda Lucas; Priya Mishra (Tripathi); Sylvia Ninkovic (Lowe); Lisa Sharkey; Ursula Smith
Ramla Ali; Eleni Bide; Sophie Keay; Rebecca Prince (Walker); Anna Ritchie; Rebecca Turner (Hancox)
Lauren Ashby; Emma Bridle (Riordan); Camilla Cattania; Yanhong Ding; Jemima Ferguson; Jazmin Glassborow; Amy Graham; Gemma Grunewald (Steinhart); Sinéad Marron; Nazneen Molu; Catherine Mulligan; Sophie Palmer; Cheney Payne; Eve Ridgeway; Elizabeth Stroud; Anastasia Vishnivetskaya; Alice Wright; Catherine Zhang
Margaret Blake (Newby); Hermione Eccleson (Cornwall-Jones); Sarah Green (Heard); Olga Kouri; Mary Modha (MacEachern); Polly Mohs-Thomas (Mohs); Cathrin Petty; Zahavit Shalev; Louise Wright; Samantha Wright
Emma Daniel (Charlton); Emily Ferenczi; Fiona Hall; Eileen Herlihy; Sarah Morgan; Emily Orton; Eizabeth Patton; Emma Townsend (Rouse)
Alice Bolland; Sophie Davies; Zoë Eardley; Kate Espasandin; Teresa Krieger; Sophie Lloyd; Laura Morrill; Valerie Mueller; Ellie Pithers; Ameera Ramdany
1990 Kay Davies (MacDonald); Sue Ellis; Louise Haddo (Mobey) & Omar Haddo Warsha Kalé (Prabhu); Vanessa Lane (Reid); Grace Oliver
1992 Diana Battrick (Hillier); Maria Cassidy; Nora Ghaoui; Wendy Hall; Kerrin Milmo (Cheeseman); Catherine Rafi (Lord); Alexandra Williams (Bryans)
1993 Mary Berrington (Berrington); Alice Byram; Emma Conway (Stokes); Alexia Dawson (Melrose); Lucy Fraser (Meewezen); Elanor Gill; Victoria Goodlad (Manisty); Sylvia Knight (Hare); Clare Morgan (Jones); Maija Pratt Rojas (Pratt); Amanda Roper; Rachel Spinks; Lucy Wakeford (Carr); Katherine Ward; Helen Yost (Moran)
1994 Joanna Ahlkvist (Tattersfield); Jayne Harris (Nielsen); Sharon Jowitt; Jay Kübler; Susan May (Mallia); Nadia Reid (Misconi); Natalie Richards (Weller-Cliff)
1995 Kathryn Batchelor (Woodham); Debbie Bowen (Matthews); Abby Bradley; Lisa Burke (Burke); Anne Donald (Hudd); Jane Evans; Paula Mackenzie (Cox); Christa Wall (Corderoy)
1996 Donna Askew (Bowman); Helen Brimmer; Katerina Carvounis & Theo Trypiniotis; Yvonne Deng; Katy Forsdyke (Bradbury); Tori Keevil; Irenka Lennon (Suto); Barbara Potrata; Rosie Shaw; Sally Stares
2001 Katherine Apps; Alex Bush (Auden); Zara Cheng; Camilla Cheung (Bhakri); Louise Dowson (North); Bernadette Mingaye (Symons); Rebecca Spencer (Handbury); Sophie Stainer; Eve Williams
2009 Jun Cao; Melissa Dring; Helen Farmer; Caroline Flux; Hannah Graham; Freya Scoates; Diana Statham; Qiao Yan Toh; Diana Zinchenko
Ruth Ahnert (Roberts); Jane Carmichael & Peter Agar; Katie Crookbain (Smith); Christina Hicks (Elliot); Dia Khanna; Kirsty Kruger (Matthews); Louise Slater
Olivia Clayson; Alice Gormley; Katie Kibbler; Malgorzata Martin; Jenica Rawtani; Abbie Saunders; Sana Waheed
2003 Alia Azmi; Jacqueline Chan; Hannah Forkan; Kate Hodges; Har Ye Kan; Anita Lau; Tess Liang; Anna Markidou; Kate McDonald (Wilkinson); Lotte Rouquet (Phillips); Stephanie Stocker
2004 Becky Abbotson (Ackerley); Ying Chow; Cindy Chungong; Donna Etiebet; Sarah Howes; Rebecca Jones; Julia Kleindienst; Katie Kolmar (Grimditch); Katherine Mugan (Hedley); Despina Pampaka; Jo Rees (Rossiter); Sarah Scales (Blaney); Catriona Sellick (Smith); Lindsay Todman; Rachel White
2005 Lindsay Cameron; Lucy Greenwood; Catherine Hall; Sophie Horner; Helen Makey; Sophie Ridley (Sellick); Janany Shanmugarajah (Arunachalam); Kitty Swanson; Catherine White; Rachel Wigmore
2011 Basmah Khogeer; Tamara Kohler; Sharon Li; Kathryn Spicksley
Friends, Trusts & Foundations, and Corporate donors Jeffrey & Mary Archer; The Estate of Nora Barlow; Chris Bates; T C Bennett; Erica Bithell; Bernie Bulkin; Christine Carpenter; Andrew Crawford; Fiona Duffy; Robert Gardiner; The Girton Garden Society; Hatty Harris; Philip Jones; Lucas Kuhlen; Roger Lemon; Kate Love; Ruth Lynden-Bell; Jean Meiring; Caroline Moore; John Morris; Tunde Olanrewaju; Catherine Rowett; Owen Saxton; Jean Smith; Lee Smith; Sophie Turenne; Susan & Mark Tyrrell; Joan Wheeler-Bennett; Estee Lauder; GE Foundation; Herbert Smith Freehills; Lincoln School; Santander; State Street Matching Gifts Program; The Cambridge Society of Kent; The Dyson Foundation; The John Browne Charitable Trust; The Lancaster-Taylor Charitable Trust
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