• Crossroads

Governance

Board of Trustees 2017-18

Officers:

Bob Friedman, Chair
Nat Trives, Executive Vice Chair
Jeff Worthe, Executive Vice Chair
Darlene Chan, Executive Vice Chair
Jeff Lipp, Secretary
Bob Davenport, Treasurer 

Trustees:

Andy Baum Nicole Hoegl David Offer '84
Trevor Bezdek '95
Martin Jacobs Lois Reinis
Michelle Brookman '82 Deborah Kanter Ilene Resnick-Weiss
Juan Carrillo Nada Kirkpatrick Tracy Seretean
Christopher Chee Marisol León '03 Bruce Stern
Ann Colburn Ted Miller '82 David Tannenbaum '89
Emilio Diez Barroso Marc Millman Tom Werner
Mary Farrell Sharon Nazarian Erik Wright

Board Breakdown:

Total Trustees: 30      Alumni 6 20%
Men 18 60% Current Parents 21 70%
Women 12 40% Parents of Alumni* 8 27%
Non-White 10 33% Grandparents 3 10%

*not current parents also

Trustees Emeriti:

Trustees In Memoriam:

Paul Cummins, Co-Founder, Trustee Emeritus Charles Boxenbaum, Trustee In Memoriam
Peter Norton, Trustee Emeritus  Mel Edelstein, Trustee in Memoriam
Shirley Garber, Trustee in Memoriam
Allen Mink, Trustee in Memoriam

Ex Officio:

Bob Riddle, Head of School, CEO
Barbara Whitney, Director of Finance and Operations
Tasha Baum, Co-president, Parent Association, Elementary School
Mona Fakki, , Co-president, Parent Association, Middle School
Wendy Gross, , Co-president, Parent Association, Upper School

Key Administration:

Administrative Planning Committee
Bob Riddle, Head of School, CEO
Morgan Schwartz, Assistant Head of School & Dean of Faculty
Barbara Whitney, Director of Finance and Operations
Sue Mathews, Director of Advancement
Debbie Wei, Director of the Elementary School
Michelle Merson, Director of the Middle School
Roxanne Zazzaro, Director of the Upper School
Eric Barber, Director of Enrollment Management
Middle and Upper School: 21st Street Campus | 1714 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404 | Phone: (310) 829-7391
Elementary School: Norton Campus | 1715 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404 | Phone: (310) 828-1196
Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences provides a unique K-12 program built on a progressive, developmental model of education.