Georgia Trapp – Treasurer
Georgia is in her final year reading Spanish and Italian at St Hugh’s College.
She has just returned from her year abroad where she dabbled in some Girls’ Football for the university team in Buenos Aires and went rowing on the river in Florence but is looking forward to returning to Oxford this year!
Georgia has always struggled with a lack of hand-eye co-ordination but luckily was introduced to Sailing when she was 8. This proved to be a much more successful outlet for her competitive instincts and she competed nationally for several years before arriving at university. She has since been awarded two Blues and is thrilled to be OUYC Ladies Captain for this year.
As Atalanta’s Treasurer, Georgia hopes her mental arithmetic won’t be tested too far and looks forward to working with the rest of the committee to organise some great events throughout the year.
Natalie Redgrave – Social Sec
Natalie is a 5th year medic at Green Templeton, formerly at Pembroke. She has represented Oxford in the 2011 Women’s Boat Race and the 2012 & 2013 Netball Varsity Matches and is aiming to make a hat trick of OUNC victories in 2014. She also continues to row for PCBC in their quest to regain the Summer Eights headship.
When not in the hospital or on the netball court Natalie is frequently found on dance floors around Oxford and is going to be bringing this fun-loving spirit to the role of social secretary this year. Her aim this year is to enhance the social opportunities to bring members together and build on our relationship with Vincent’s Club. Watch this space.
Katherine Mackay – Membership Secretary
Katherine is a 5th year medical student at Green Templeton College (formerly at Brasenose). She’s spent the last four years of her life living and breathing all things OUHC and she has picked up three hockey Full Blues during her time in Oxford. She has also dabbled in athletics, representing the Millipedes in the 2013 Varsity Match. In 2012-2013, Katherine was awarded “Atalanta’s teammate of the year” and she was also OUHC President. She has decided to fill the current admin- void in her life by trying to help Atalanta’s have one of their best years yet. Atalanta’s society provides fantastic sporting, social and career opportunities for all female sportswomen in Oxford and Katherine will be looking forward to receiving your membership applications soon!
Amy Sharkey – Outreach Officer
Amy is a 4th year medical student at St. Hugh’s college. She previously represented Oxford in the women’s lightweight Boat Race, and has been involved in a range of college sports, from netball to women’s football. She hopes that her extra time in Oxford as a clinical medic will afford her more time to dabble in other sports as well as co-ordinating outreach for Atalanta’s!
Madeleine Sava – Sports Federation President
Madeleine is the elected Sports Federation President for 2013/14, having recently graduated from Hertford College where she read Archaeology and Anthropology.
Squash and netball are her main sports, playing both for Sussex before coming to Oxford. Since then she captained the Women’s Blues Squash Team in 2012-13 to their sixth successive Varsity victory and became President of the Oxford University Squash Club for 2012-13, gaining a Full Blue in that year also.
As Sports Federation President, Madeleine provides a valuable link between Atalanta’s Society and the 87 University Sports Clubs. Madeleine is looking forward to continuing the promotion of sporting, social and career opportunities for Oxford girls both at university and beyond.
Bridget Fryer – Women’s Blues Committee President
Bridget is in her final year reading Engineering at Oriel.
Having played tennis, hockey and netball at school and also competed nationally in surfing and trampolining, Bridget took up rowing as a fresher. She captained Oriel College and stroked the Oxford reserve eight; Osiris to victory at the Henley Boat Races in her second year and was subsequently elected President of the OUWBC in her third, although was unable to race as President due to a back injury. Away from rowing, Bridget has also represented Oxford in the 1st VI in the 2010 Skiing Varsity Match and has been known to make the occasional appearance for Oriel mens hockey team.
This year Bridget is the President of another OUWBC; the OU Women’s Blues Committee and will look to continue to develop the links between the Blues Committee and Atlanta’s.