Regional associations (UK)
Please contact either the Development Officer (Alumni Relations) or the Regional Association if you would like to know about the activities of these alumni-led organisations. If there is no Regional Association in your area, and you would like to set one up, then please contact the Development Officer (Alumni Relations).
London Girton Association
- Contact: Mrs Jenny Wakefield (Trubshaw 1953) – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please see the LGA website for more details or you can find us on Facebook.
Cambridge Local Girton Association
- Contact: Mrs Judith Rodden (Wilkins 1955) – email@example.com
- Please see the CLGA website for details of future events.
Oxford Region Girtonians
This organisation no longer meets formally but welcomes hearing from alumni in the Oxford region should they be interested in meeting informally.
Wales & West Girtonians Association
- Contact: Lady Fiona Hallworth (1974) – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please see the WWGA website for more details.
Manchester Association of CU Women (MACUW)
Both the College and University have a number of international groups and partner groups. Girton groups are listed below.
You can find details of international groups on the Cambridge University Alumni and Development Office’s webpages.
New York Girton Association
The New York Girton Association started in 2013 and is an active association for Girton alumni living and visiting the New York area.
Membership is currently free of charge and open to all Girton alumni – please email them at email@example.com, or visit their webpage.
Cambridge University Development and Alumni Relations Office (CUDAR)
CUDAR supports a network of 450 volunteer-led alumni groups. See the CUDAR website for details.
Cambridge in America
Cambridge in America (CAm) coordinates alumni and development activities for the American constituents of the University of Cambridge and its Colleges.
GASA promotes sporting networks between alumni and students. It recognises and encourages the qualities of teamwork, organisational capability and mental and physical well being which come from sport. It was launched at a special Reception in the Long Room of Lord’s Cricket Ground, in March 2010.
GASA’s Honorary President is Professor Sarah Springman (1975) and GASA is being led by Seb Fox (1982).
You can follow GASA on Facebook.
If you would like to get involved with any of GASA’s activities then please do get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org.