This year your President is Anne O’Hagan and we caught up with her recently to find out a bit more about the Glasgow Woman behind the title …

Q: What did you study at Glasgow University and when did you graduate?
A: I graduated as a MA (French and German in 1977)

Q: Why did you choose Glasgow University?
A: It was my local university and came highly recommended by my modern languages teacher

Q: Why did you choose French and German for a degree?
A: I had a flair for languages and an interest in communication

Q: What is your best memory of studying at Glasgow?
A: Always running for the last train to Dumbarton after events at the QMU!

Q: Where is your favourite place to have lived and why?
A: West end of Glasgow for the convenience, buzz, architecture and people

Q: Where do you live now and how long have you lived there?
A: Marlow, Buckinghamshire. 21 years. (Very jealous – Ed)

Q: Best memories of GUWC events?
A: Visits to unusual places such as the Lord Chancellor’s Residence in the Houses of Parliament

Q: What 3 things would you save if your house went on fire?
A: A large book, family photo, a jar of coffee

Q: What would GUWC members be surprised to find out about you?
A: I used to work as a translator/interpreter at Glasgow Rangers Football Club!