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There is no doubt that Cambridge courses offer a very tough challenge, but our students relish this. We demand a lot but we have a good deal to offer...

There is no doubt that Cambridge courses offer a very tough challenge, but our students relish this. We demand a lot but we have a good deal to offer...

96% of Homerton students are employed or in further study within 6 months of graduating – higher than any Russell Group university, including the University of Cambridge as a whole.

We are the University’s newest college, though we’ve been in Cambridge for 120 years, and in London for over 125 years before that.

96% of Homerton students are employed or in further study within 6 months of graduating – higher than any Russell Group university, including the University of Cambridge as a whole.

We have a huge, leafy site in gorgeous gardens

There is no doubt that Cambridge courses offer a very tough challenge, but our students relish this. We demand a lot but we have a good deal to offer...

We have a huge, leafy site in gorgeous gardens

All our undergraduates can live on site throughout their course if they wish

Our undergraduates study 35 different subjects from Anglo-Saxon to Zoology

There is no doubt that Cambridge courses offer a very tough challenge, but our students relish this. We demand a lot but we have a good deal to offer...

We have 600 undergraduates – 50% men, 50% women - and 800 graduate students in our community

There is no doubt that Cambridge courses offer a very tough challenge, but our students relish this. We demand a lot but we have a good deal to offer...

Each academic year we spend over half a million pounds on outstanding welfare provision for our community

We have a huge, leafy site in gorgeous gardens

We have more en-suite rooms than any other Cambridge College, and our rents are the lowest in Cambridge

Alumni Team

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Matthew Moss

Fellow and Director of External Relations and Development

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A graduate in Modern Languages from St John’s College, Matthew joined Homerton in 2014.  From 2004-2014 he was Head of the Vice-Chancellor’s Office at Cambridge, where he wrote over 400 speeches for two VCs, and was responsible for the Cambridge business of two Chancellors of the University, Lord Sainsbury and his predecessor the Duke of Edinburgh.  He was made a Member of the Royal Victorian Order in the New Year’s Honours 2012.

This role is responsible for the planned and purposeful promotion of understanding, participation and support.  As the biggest and newest, Homerton is the most exciting College in the greatest university in the country, and it’s a privilege to cheerlead for it!

Tel number: 01223 747270

Erin Bond

Deputy Director of Development

Photo: Erin Bond

Formerly a fundraiser for Anglia Ruskin University, Erin rejoined Homerton in 2015 having been here in 1999-2000 as a Junior Year Abroad student from Stephens College, Missouri.

My main role is to raise funds to support current and future students, research and teaching.  Philanthropy can provide predictable and ongoing support for the College, and also brings us enthusiastic friends and ambassadors.  Many of our former students and staff support Homerton financially, and I manage the annual telephone campaign and direct mail campaigns that communicate the College’s priority needs.  I also visit donors and potential donors, manage the production of our fundraising and donor stewardship publications, as well as recognition events to thank donors for their support – and I oversee our legacy programme, communicating legacy possibilities to alumni and friends of the College.

Tel number: 01223 747280

Amy Reeve

Senior Development Officer

Amy Reeve

Amy joined Homerton in May 2016, having previously been a fundraiser and Alumni Relations Officer at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge. Amy studied Design and Media Technology at Kingston University, London.

I work to keep Homerton’s large and diverse alumni population in contact with the College, and with each other. I co-ordinate the production of the College’s annual publications, the Homertonian and the Annual Review, as well as the termly eNewsletter. I plan and manage a range of alumni events including the Annual Reunion Weekend in September and regional drinks receptions in April and October. I will also be launching the Homerton College Careers Connections programme to students this academic year.

Tel number: 01223 747066

Rebekah-Miron Clayton

Communications Associate

Rebekah-Miron Clayton

Rebekah graduated from Homerton College in July 2016 with a BA in 'Education, English and Drama' and is currently studying part time for an MSt in 'Creative Writing' at Cambridge University's Institute of Cont. Ed.

My job is to support Matthew with External Relations and promote the College’s reputation through social media and media relations. 

Tel number: 01223 747062

Clare Ryan

Development Assistant

Clare Ryan

Clare joined the Development Office in November 2015 to give administrative support to the team by:

  • Maintenance of our database to ensure accurate records
  • Regular correspondence with alumni by phone, letter (and sending birthday cards!)
  • Producing BEd transcripts
  • Secretarial support to the Retired Senior Members Association
Tel number: 01223 747251

Dr Peter Warner

Emeritus Fellow and Keeper of the Roll

Photo: Peter Warner

An Emeritus Fellow of the College and formerly Senior Tutor, Peter is a landscape historian.  The Keeper of the Roll chairs the Alumni Liaison Committee and helps keep the College in good contact with our former students.

Tel number: (+44)1223 747203

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