Tristan Surgenor

L 23
“My Wellington education has been so valuable to me and I want to be able to contribute to helping a wider range of people benefit from this as well.”

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.

Tristan Surgenor (L 23) is currently studying Politics at the University of Exeter with a module in Spanish.

Qu. 1 What is your favourite memory from Wellington?

“My favourite memory from Wellington was travelling to Itchenor with the sailing team to compete in the schools national fleet racing competition. It was amazing to have three days away representing Wellington in such a big event.”

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

“I wanted to join this campaign because my Wellington education has been so valuable to me and I want to be able to contribute to helping a wider range of people benefit from this as well. I also think it will be an excellent opportunity being able to engage with members of the Wellington community and learn from their experiences.”

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

“I have lived in five different countries in my life: England, Mexico, Singapore, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka.”