Scott Barron: Scott has served as the head of school for independent schools in Maryland, Texas, and Georgia. He earned his MS in Education Administration and Supervision from the John Hopkins University, and was awarded undergraduate degrees in religion and computer science. Scott has consulted with Clapham in the past and brings a wealth of strategic education experience to the board. He and his wife have three grown children. He currently is CEO of schoolgrowth.com, a national organization dedicated to helping schools grow and thrive.
Doug Reynolds: Doug has an M.B.A. from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and a B.A. from the University of Virginia. Doug spent time in management consulting and leading several start-ups in New York and London. He co-founded Synergies Capital, LLC - a small private equity firm. Previously, he held the position of VP for Strategic Services at ServiceMaster, and is now Clapham School's Head of School. He serves on the Board of Directors for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, based in Oxford, UK and The CirCe Institute, a national organization led by Andrew Kern that is dedicated to training in classical education. Doug and his wife Julie live in Glen Ellyn with their three children.
Chris Castaldo: Chris is the author of On Holy Ground and blogs regularly at the website of the same name. He is an ordained minister, graduate of Gordon Conwell Seminary and Moody Bible Institute. He served on the pastoral staff for a number of years at College Church in Wheaton and now leads a national ministry spurring gospel renewal within the church. Chris has served as the Chaplain for Clapham School. He and his wife have four children.
Jim Pursley: Jim has spent much of his career on the leading edge of innovation in healthcare and currently leads sales & marketing for a joint venture between GE & Intel. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and a B.S. from the Pennsylvania State University. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Moody Church and is active in their men's ministries. As a parent of Clapham children, he is passionate about equipping the next generation of leaders to engage the culture for significant impact.
Andy Mack: Andy is happily married to Karen and the father of three enjoyable children. He leads the program management office for a global law firm, leads a local cub pack and participates in scouting. Andy has worked in various Fortune 100 companies providing leadership for strategic projects.