Senior Administration

John M. Waters (1994)
Head of School, x6611
B.A. Middlebury College
M.A. Trinity College

S. Boyer Baird (1996)
Head of Middle School, x6625
B.A. Williams College
M.Ed. Boston University

Angela Brown (2012)
Director of Admission, x6600 
B.A. Amherst College 

Michael Eatman (2014)
Director of Community Life
B.A. Fordham University
M.A.E. Spring Arbor University 

Jennifer Elkin (2000)
Head of Lower School, x6616
B.A. Georgetown University
M.Ed Lesley University

Mark Graziano (2005)
Director of Finance and Operations, x6602
B. A. University of Massachusetts Lowell
M.B.A. Colorado State University   

Rod Boyer (2013)
Director of Office of Advancement, x6601
B.A. Dickinson College
M.A. Ohio State University 

Margaret Cohn Szegvari (1994)
Director of Intern Program, x6604
B.A. Hamilton College
Ed.M. & C.A.S. Harvard University

Colleen Welsh (1998)
Head of Upper School, x6626 
B.S. Springfield College
M.Ed. Lesley University 


Board Of Trustees    

Lucy Abisalih
Claudia Bach
Marcy Barker
Firdaus Bhathena, Vice Chair
Robert Borek
Lynne Capozzi
Andrew Chaban, Chair
Heather Clark
Bobbie Crump-Burbank
Tasheem Dohadwala
Scott Ginsberg
Meerie Joung
Michele Kerry, Secretary
Brian Lawlor
Mark Nichols 
Kim Packard
Sean Riley
Leslie Rosas
Robert Solano, Treasurer
Richard Vieira

Trustees Emeriti
Gary Campbell '69
Tim Horne '51

Standing Committees & Chairs

Audit CommitteeBob Borek
Committee on Trustees, TBA
Advancement Committee, Brian Lawlor
Facilities CommitteeTBA
Finance CommitteeMarcy Barker
Sustainability Liaison, Leslie Rosas
Education Committee, Lucy Abisalih, Claudia Bach, Andrew Chaban, Muddy Waters
Marketing & Communications Committee, Lynne Capozzi 

In accordance with the bylaws of the Board of Trustees, the Chairman of the Board, the Vice-chair, and the Head of School shall serve as ex-officio members of all standing committees.

The Role of the Board Of Trustees

The responsibility of the Board of Trustees of The Pike School is to be aware, to the fullest extent possible, of all matters that pertain to the philosophy and goals of The Pike School and to assure that decisions of the Board conform to these stated objectives.

1. The Board is responsible for preparing a clear statement of the school’s philosophy and objectives.

2. The Board has complete and final responsibility in all fiscal affairs of  the school, including assets represented by building and grounds.

3. The Board is responsible for selecting a new Head of the School, when needed.

4. The Board is responsible for establishing the policies under which the  Head will administer the school.

5. The Board does not hear complaints, set curriculum, hire or supervise   faculty or administrators (other than the Head), determine the salaries of the Head’s employees, or in any way intervene in the daily operation of the school.

The Head of The Pike School is the chief administrative officer.  The Head serves as the professional leader of the institution, administers the school according to the policies set by the Board, and works with the full Board and with standing and special Board committees to enable the Board to carry out its responsibilities.
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