A Thriving, Growing Network

Old Dolphins are valued members of our school community and inspiring role models for our girls who follow in their footsteps.

Dr Frances Ramsey

A network 115 years in the making

81 Old Dolphins contributed to cross-curricular activities in 2019-20

3,383 members in the Old Dolphin network

Spotlight on Old Dolphins

Crystal Eisinger

Class of 2008

Introducing Crystal, Head of Brand Strategy and Editorial at Google, listed as one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30, winner of the 2019 WACL Future Leaders Award and a double first class Cambridge graduate.

When not working on Google’s strategy, Crystal is busy reshaping the assumptions of what leadership looks like and building a more diverse and equal society. As co-host of the podcast Greater Than 11%, and soon to be published author of How to lean in when you’re not the COO of Facebook, Crystal is definitely on track to fulfil her goal of being a CEO by the age of 40.

Kate Pakenham

Class of 1993

Meet Kate, Independent Theatre Producer, Executive Director of The WOW (Women of the World) Foundation, Judge of the 2020 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, former Executive Producer at the Donmar Warehouse and Producer at The Old Vic.

This year Kate produced Hamlet, starring Ruth Negga, in NY and oversaw WOW’s first global online festival – WOW Global 24. Whilst at the Donmar, Kate produced multiple ground-breaking and highly-acclaimed productions, transferred shows to NY, filmed theatre for screen, and delivered outreach work into schools and prisons. Kate is committed to making theatre more accessible, and addressing inequality in the creative industries. Her next production, Heart by Jade Anouka, will be at The Kiln Theatre in 2021.

Susan Greenfield

Class of 1969

Baroness, Professor, Research Scientist, Author, Broadcaster and winner of the 2010 Australian Medical Research Society Medal; Baroness Greenfield is internationally recognised for her contribution to neuroscience, and has been awarded 32 Honorary Degrees from both British and foreign universities.

Baroness Greenfield founded Neuro-Bio which, through pioneering research, hopes to discover a potential cause of neurodegenerative disease as well as develop oral drugs with the potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease. It is no wonder Baroness Greenfield has been awarded the L’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur and the Golden Plate Award.



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I have so much appreciation for Godolphin. They taught us we can be whoever we want to be and continue to raise strong, independent women.
Crystal Eisinger (Class of 2008)