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Trinity has over 130,000 alumni in 140 countries worldwide.

With 70+ alumni chapters and regional contacts, wherever you are in the world, there is likely to be a Trinity community nearby! Trinity alumni chapters organise activities and social events for alumni within their region, with events ranging from casual get-togethers to black-tie dinners, from cultural excursions to networking opportunities and lectures by visiting academics. In areas without formal chapters, there are often regional contacts who serve as a point of contact for alumni living in or thinking of moving to the region. If you are new to a region or are just looking to reconnect with other Trinity alumni, joining a chapter is a great way to network locally while maintaining your link to Trinity – our chapters always welcome new faces!

To find an existing chapter, please see the list below. For a look at upcoming chapter events, visit our events page. Can't find a chapter or a regional contact in your area? Why not start one – register your interest via the button below.

Becoming a Chapter Volunteer or a Regional Contact (approximately 10-20 volunteer hours/year)

Our alumni chapter volunteers are vital to the success of the global Trinity alumni network. Being an international alumni leader for Trinity is a volunteering opportunity like no other – it is the opportunity to maintain your lifelong connection to Trinity and to engage with and strengthen your local alumni community. If you would like to get involved with your local chapter’s committee, please get in touch with the relevant chapter President at the email listed below. Don’t have a chapter or regional contact in your area and would like to set one up? Register your interest via the button below.

Register your interest in setting up a chapter

Find a chapter near you:


Libya - Dr. Mohamed Daw -

South Africa, Cape Town and Coastal - Saths Moodley -

Southern and Western Africa - John Murphy -

Uganda - Henry Tumwebaze -


Beijing - Xusheng Hou -

Hong Kong & Macau - Henry Au -

Philippines (regional contact) - Garrett Kilroy -

Shenzhen, China (regional contact) - Fei Wang

Singapore - Dr Stanley Quek -

South Korea - Gaya Nadarajan -

Australia and New Zealand

New South Wales - Eithne McSwiney -

Queensland - currently seeking new chapter leader - contact

South Australia (regional contact) - James Smyth -

Victoria - Ciaran Horgan -

Western Australia - Áine Whelan -


Alberta - Eoin Bates -

Edmonton (regional contact) - Kevin Magill - email

Ontario - John G Payne -

Ottawa (regional contact) - Ian Ashe - email -

Vancouver - Hannah Clark -

Vancouver Island (regional contact) - Helen Martindale -


Austria - Eudes Brophy -

Belgium - George Candon -

Denmark - Carolyn Rutherford -

France, Paris - Masuma Haque -

Greece, Athens (regional contact) - Maria Lampari

Greece, Thessaloniki (regional contact) - Chara Triantafyillidou

Germany, Bavaria - Elisabeth Mayer -

Germany, Berlin - Giordan Castellón -

Germany, Frankfurt - Enda Jordan -

Italy - Pamela Maguire -

Malta (regional contact) - Matthew Agius -

Netherlands - Jan Scholten -

Norway (regional contact) - Robert Tolan -

Poland (regional contact) - Carolyn Williams-Gerdes -

Portugal (regional contact) - Ben Power -

Spain, Madrid - Emma Naismith -

Sweden - currently seeking a new chapter leader - contact

Switzerland - Malcolm Ferguson -

Great Britain

Cambridge - Mary Jennings -

Gloucestershire - Jonathan Moffitt (regional contact) -

London Association - Cat O'Shea/Charlini D Almeida -

London Dining Club - Geraldine Dooley -

North of England - Suzanne Temperley -

Oxford - currently seeking a new chapter leader - contact

Scotland - Niall McGuinness -

West Country UK - Currently seeking a new chapter leader - contact

India and Pakistan

Bangalore - Sai Prakash -

Delhi - Rahul P. Davé -

Pakistan (regional contact) - Tahia Noon -

Ireland and Northern Ireland

Antrim and Derry - Brigid McKenna Moore -

Chinese Alumni Association (Dublin) - Tao Zhang -

Cork - David McGovern -

Kildare and Wicklow - Michael J. McCann -

Mayo, Ireland (regional contact) - Fergal Hayes -

Northern Ireland - Cecil Bates –


Austin, Texas (regional contact) - Phillip Owen

Boston - Peter Lennon -

Chicago - Brian Cronin -

Washington DC & Mid-Atlantic - Dan O'Brien -

New York - Diana Chiavetta -

New York, Upstate (regional contact) - Ronald Ferguson -

Northern California - Alex Mann -

Philadelphia - Paul Maguire -

San Diego - Rob Mullaly -

Seattle & Pacific Northwest - Aly Gardner-Shelby - contact

Southern California - Susan Kean -

South Florida - Ronald Ferguson -

Rest of World

Israel (regional contact) - David Rivlin -

Mexico (regional contact) - Stephen Murray -

Saudi Arabia (regional contact) - Brian Hession (regional contact) -

United Arab Emirates - Eithne Treanor -