Emma Caddy (GIH 90)

The social enterprise I founded and run in Kenya, Tiny Totos, which is working to transform quality and access to early learning and care for all, was shortlisted by the Yale Africa Start Up Review (YASR). YASR honours founders leading start-ups that are shaping the future of Africa with innovative solutions. (2022)

Charles Rodmell (Fryth 92)

I was captain of the cross country team in 1991-92 and people always wondered why I was running around. Well, since then I’ve raced for Adidas and Red Bull, won a few races and generally had a lot of fun. I’ve also founded runningversity.com so if you would like help with your running please get in touch. (2022)

Mark Bell (IC 95)

This summer Mark and his wife Whitney welcomed their second daughter, Mary. Mark also moved into a new job as the Director of Advancement & External Relations with ASSIST, which matches international scholars with American independent day and boarding schools for one-year programmes. Mark and his family still live in Basalt, Colorado. (2021)

Charly Wittgenstein (IC 95) and Camilla Wittgenstein (née von Stauffenberg) (GIH 02)

We are happy to announce the birth of Alix (11 June 2021). The little monster is doing her best to keep her parents from sleeping but somehow has captured our hearts anyway. The two older siblings are doing their very best to make the chaos complete. All fun and games. (2021)

Alice Brooking (Caxton 97)

Very much enjoying my new role as Head of Senior School at the British School of Paris and will be living in the French capital for the foreseeable future. Happy to be in touch with any Old Sennockians in France. (2021)

Professor Chi Eung Lim (IC 97)

I have been appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney and Western Sydney University, Australia. The Australian Government has appointed me as the National Chair of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia. (2022)

Anna Messervy-Evans (née Kerton) (Sennocke 97)

Anna and Hector Snuggs (School House 97) welcomed a son in April 2021, Milo Joseph. Milo’s godfather is Charles Salt (School House 97) who predicted this outcome almost a quarter of a century before. Parents, godparents, family and friends are delighted with the addition. His arrival means that Hector and Anna – who live between Paris, London and Jersey – have six children between them. (2021)

Oli Harris (Groves 98)

Recently launched the first season of the Racing League, a first for the sport of horse racing. Looking forward to welcoming many OS at the 2022 fixtures! (2021)

Emma Moore (née Taylor-Smith) (Park Grange 99)

After four years in the civil service working on Brexit, borders and Covid I’ve left to join the City of London Corporation as their COO. A big change of pace but a great new challenge! (2021)

Stanley Pignal (IC 99)

Stanley lives in Paris, where he writes about European affairs for The Economist. What little spare time that leaves him he enjoys spending time with his three young boys. (2021)