Naomi Tchesse

Hg 2023
“If there is anything I can do to help promote the importance of funding and how it can change the life of one individual, then I would love to do so.”

Our OW callers have been asked a few questions about their time at Wellington and why they decided to be involved in celebrating OW giving this coming April.

Naomi Tchesse (Hg 23) is studying Criminology and Sociology at the University of Royal Holloway London. She is also the Student of Faith community Officer at the University

Qu. 1 What is your favourite memory from Wellington?

“My favourite memory from Wellington was when I used my talent of singing to help raise money.”

Qu. 2 Why did you want to be a part of the campaign? What made you want to get involved?

“I feel like it would be a good way for people to reconnect with their core enriching memories as OWs, and also in general. I also want to get involved in this work because once upon a time I was blessed with the opportunity to receive funding in order to attend Wellington, and if there is anything I can do to help promote the importance of funding and how it can change the life of one individual, then I would love to do so. “

Qu. 3 Can you tell us a ‘Fun Fact’ about yourself!

“I love to travel. My goal is to visit 50 countries by the time I am 30.”