The Wellington Girls’ College Hall of Fame was established in 2006. It has many purposes:
- To raise awareness of the varied sucesses of WGC old girls by regularly exposing students to successful ‘locally grown’ role models.
- To give an opportunity for young people to learn more about working for themselves and to enable them to be involved in researching the prospective member.
- To celebrate the success of past members of the school community in a public fashion.
Please contact us if you know of any former Wellington Girls' College students who you feel should be honoured.
The following former students have already been honoured:
Ruth Pretty - WGC 1966 – 1970
For creating a multi- faceted business encompassing catering, cooking school and cookbooks for the love of good food and the hospitality which she learned at home.
Beverley Randell - WGC 1944 – 1948
For her part in creating and publishing an internationally successful series of books for children learning to read, combining sound research with the skill of writing satisfying stories.
Annabel Langbein - WGC 1971 – 1974
For transforming her talent for innovative cooking and her passion for healthy ingredients into a highly successful business both in New Zealand and overseas.
Rachel Easting and Anjali Stewart - WGC 1997 - 2001
For utilising their talent, dedication and energy, Rachel Easting and Anjali Stewart to earn a respected place in the challenging world of the fashion industry.
Glenda Hughes - WGC 1963 – 1966
For turning her love of sports, and her communication and organisational skills into a successful public relations business that has influenced and inspired many sportsmen and women.
Kay Dangaard - WGC 1956 - 1958
For her creative and pioneering use of internet technologies to enhance corporate marketing strategies.
Libby Calder - WGC 1998 - 2002
For creating a vibrant and successful business combining her passion for dance and her entrepreneurial skills