Alumni Profiles

Zoe Heron (1990) is currently Series Producer on BBC2’s Horizon and Executive Producer on BBC4’s The Sky at Night – the two longest running popular science strands in the world. She read Archaeology & Anthropology at Trinity.

Sir John Tusa (1956) – Having begun his career at the BBC, Sir John Tusa (1956) was Managing Director of BBC World Service, during which the foundations of BBC World Service Television were laid. He read History at Trinity, and was awarded a knighthood in June 2003.

Nicholas Coleridge (1976) – is President of Condé Nast International and Managing Director of Condé Nast Britain. He read History of Art at Trinity.

Mel Giedroyc (1987) – is an English presenter, actress and comedienne, best known for co-hosting series including Light Lunch for Channel 4, The Great British Bake Off for the BBC and Mel and Sue for ITV. She read Modern & Medieval Languages at Trinity.

Lars Blackmore (1999) – is currently working at Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), where he is responsible for Entry, Descent and Landing of the Falcon 9 rocket. Lars read Electrical and Information Sciences at Trinity.

Isha Sesay (1994) is an anchor and correspondent for CNN International. She is based at the network’s global headquarters in Atlanta. A Briton of Sierra Leonean parentage, she read English at Trinity.

Antony Gormley (1968) – is one of the foremost sculptors of his generation. Antony read History of Art at Trinity.

Rosi Sexton (1995) is an athlete, sports therapist, osteopath, writer and musician. She had a distinguished career in mixed martial arts (MMA), from which she retired in 2014. She read Mathematics at Trinity.

Emily Murphy (2003) practices complex commercial litigation in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. She read Psychology at Trinity.

Chris Weitz (1987) producer and writer, known for The Twilight Saga: New Moon, About a Boy, The Golden Compass, Antz and American Pie. Chris read English at Trinity.

Sue Carr, QC (1983) – Widely recognised as one of the Bar’s leading silks in the field of professional liability, Sue Carr (1987) has had a distinguished career during her 25 years as a member of chambers. She read Law at Trinity.

John Lloyd, CBE (1970) is a British television producer and writer best known for his work on such comedy television programmes as Not the Nine O’Clock News, Spitting Image,The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Blackadder and QI. He read Law at Trinity and was awarded a CBE in 2011 for services to broadcasting.

Bruce Dunlevie (1977) – has been a venture capitalist for 20 years. Bruce read History at Trinity and endowed the Dunlevie Fund at the College used to help undergraduates do something life-enhancing, which they could not otherwise afford while at College.

Frances Leeming (née Christie) (1998) joined Sotheby’s in 2002 and is currently a Senior Director of the 20th Century British & Irish Art team in London. Frances read History of Art at Trinity.

Dr Emma Jones (2002) is an Australian poet. Her first poetry collection, The Striped World, was published by Faber & Faber in 2009. She read her Ph.D in English at Trinity.

Wesley Kerr (1976) OBE is a freelance broadcaster and writer, and a keen historian and horticulturist. He read History at Trinity.

Dr Bee Wilson (1992) is an award-winning food writer and historian. She read History at Trinity.

Su-Mei Thompson (1984) joined The Women’s Foundation as CEO in 2009. She started her career at Linklaters as a corporate finance associate while also serving as a lecturer and tutor in law at Kings College, London. She went on to hold senior management positions at The Walt Disney Company, the Financial Times and Christie’s in Asia. Su-Mei read Law at Trinity

Sir Gregory Winter (1970) former Master of Trinity College Cambridge. He is a scientist, inventor and entrepreneur. He read Biological Sciences at Trinity.

Professor Lawrence Lessig (1983) is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School. He read Philosophy at Trinity

Anthony Lane (1981) has been a film critic for The New Yorker since 1993. He read English at Trinity.

Janet Matricciani (1985) – is the Chief Executive Officer of World Acceptance Corporation, a publicly-traded consumer finance company (NASDAQ: WRLD). She is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organisation, and a board member of the American Financial Services Association. Janet is pretty sure that she is the worst engineer that Trinity has ever accepted.

Sonya Passi (2006) – Sonya is the founder and CEO of FreeFrom, a national organization and the first of its kind in the US to focus on long-term safety for survivors of domestic violence and their children through economic justice and financial independence. Sonya received her B.A. and M.Phil in history from Trinity College and her J.D. from UC Berkeley School of Law after which she worked at Morgan Stanley in NYC for two years.

Sumita Singha (1988) came to Trinity from India on a scholarship. She is now a chartered architect based in London with her own practice, Ecologic. She received the UIA: UNESCO International Design Award in 1989.