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Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is a self-perpetuating volunteer board made up of parents, grandparents, and members of communities of the Lower Eastern Shore. It is a deliberative board, not a representational board, which is to say that individual board members do not represent specific constituent groups. Rather, they collectively represent the entire school. Members are not elected at large, but invited by the Board’s Committee on Trustees. The Board’s function is not tactical, it is strategic. It is not involved directly in the day-to-day function of the school except through its only employees - the Head of School and CFO. However, it has responsibility for the long-term success of the school and its financial well-being.

Board Members

List of 15 members.

  • Photo of Gil Allen

    Mr. Gil Allen 

    Bio
  • Photo of Arlette Bright

    Mrs. Arlette Bright 

    410-723-1400
  • Photo of Bev Dearing

    Mrs. Bev Dearing 

    410-742-4464 ext. 110
    Bio
  • Photo of Mark Edney

    Dr. Mark Edney 

    Bio
  • Photo of Chris Hayes

    Mr. Chris Hayes 

    877-869-6189
    Bio
  • Photo of Chris Johnson

    Mr. Chris Johnson 

    Bio
  • Photo of Neoklis Kypreos

    Mr. Neoklis Kypreos 

    Bio
  • Photo of Jamie LeCates

    Mr. Jamie LeCates 

    410-742-4464 ext.112
    Bio
  • Photo of Leann Mah

    Dr. Leann (Massey) Mah 

    Bio
  • Photo of Kevin Myers

    Mr. Kevin Myers 

    410-726-1034
    Bio
  • Photo of Scott Palmer

    Mr. Scott Palmer 

    443-831-0579
    Bio
  • Photo of J. Scott  Robertson

    Mr. J. Scott  Robertson 

    410-749-9111
    Bio
  • Photo of Sandra Simms

    Mrs. Sandra Simms 

    Bio
  • Photo of Brett Spengler

    Mr. Brett Spengler 

    Bio
  • Photo of Kenneth Usab

    Mr. Kenneth Usab 

    302-855-5734
    Bio

The fundamental responsibilities of the Board of Trustees are:

  • The Board appoints, supports, and measures the performance of the Headmaster and CFO.
  • It constantly strives to clarify the mission of the school.
  • It creates and updates our long-range plans.
  • It broadly approves the educational program.
  • It ensures strong financial management and ensures sufficient financial resources for the future.
  • It represents the school to the larger community.
  • It assesses its own performance.
The Salisbury School is especially fortunate to have such a committed and generous group working for the fulfillment of our mission.