Old Girls Changing The World
The South African Old Roedeanian Association (SAORA) was formed in 1907 and plays a vital role in maintaining the strong relationship of the widespread alumni. Working closely with the school, the association ensures that the uniquely rich traditions of Roedean are preserved.
Flourishing with many successful career women, the association welcomes girls to a useful women-to-women network. As each Roedean girl matriculates, she takes with her the responsibility to share her success, knowledge and determination with the school for future decades.
Roedean School is proud of the many achievements attained by our Alumni. There are however, several women who are making significant contributions to their industries and the global community.
- Angel Gomes – Matric Class 1988
- Sheetal Vallabh – Matric Class 1994
- Sarah Calburn – Matric Class 1981
- Rapaleng Rabana – Matric Class 2001
- Lauren Beukes – Matric Class 1993
- Rosemary Crouch – Matric Class 1956
- Karabo Morule – Matric Class 1999
- Belinda Bowling – Matric Class 1990
- Lauren de Vos – Matric Class 2002