Stuart Hall School Boards

2017-2018

Board of Governors

The responsibilities of the Stuart Hall School Board of Governors include, but are not limited to, the establishment and oversight of policies regarding the School’s goals and objectives, its fiscal integrity and financial well-being. The Board shall delegate responsibility for the daily operation of the School, within the policies set by the Board, to the Head of School. Governors serve a term of three years each and are eligible for reappointment for one additional three-year term.

Bill Armstrong; Richmond, VA

Jack H. Broadway, Jr; Richmond, VA, Vice President & Treasurer, Church Schools of the Diocese of Virginia

Henry D.W. Burt; Richmond, VA

Dr. David H. Charlton; White Stone, VA, President, Church Schools of the Diocese of Virginia

The Rev. Ed Covert; Fort Defiance, VA

Dennis Cross; Lexington, VA, Chair

Cary Dahl; Staunton, VA

Carter Frackelton; Fredericksburg, VA

Sally Balch Hurme '64; Alexandria, VA, Vice Chair

Tom Kalasky; Fairfield, VA

Dylan Kramer ‘12; Washington, DC

Catherine Parks Loevner '67; Princeton, NJ

Steve McAllister; Lexington, VA

Richard Tankard; Staunton, VA

Kitty Quarles Wafle ’71; Fredericksburg, VA

The Honorable Don Wilson; Staunton, VA

Denise Wooldridge '76; Evanston, IL

Ex Officio

The Rt. Rev. Mark Bourlakas; Roanoke, VA, Bishop of Soutwestern Virginia

The Rev. Shelby Owen; Staunton, VA

Trustees Emeritae

Glenore Smith Forbes '60; Canon City, CO

Page Hynes Sullenberger '63; Orange, VA

 

Foundation Board of Trustees

Bill Armstrong; Richmond, VA, Chair

The Rev. P. Roger Bowen; Staunton, VA

Molly Brown; Staunton, VA, Vice Chair

Henry D.W. Burt; Richmond, VA, Secretary/Treasurer

Grace Den Hartog; Crozier, VA

Dana Parks Gray '65; Richmond, VA

David G. Frackelton; Harrisonburg, VA

Ex Officio With Vote

Dennis Cross; Lexington, VA, Chair, Board of Governors

Sally Balch Hurme '64; Alexandria, VA; Vice Chair, Board of Governors

 

 

Stuart Hall Voices

"The thing I love most about Stuart Hall is the sense of family." 

—Mariah '16