Will Hancock Unsung Hero Award 2015 Recipients

Each recipient was given the award at a ceremony at their school presented to them by their Head of School.

Deborah Anderson

Deborah Anderson

Business Manager

Foxcroft School (Middleburg, VA)

Alanna Brown

Alanna Brown

Chief Financial Officer and Business Manager

Colorado Academy (Denver, CO)

Rick England

Rick England

Chief Financial Officer

Lick-Wilmerding High School (San Francisco, CA)

Sam Goldfischer

Sam Goldfischer

Director of Finance and Operations

Newark Academy (Livingston, NJ)

Ann Grimmett

Ann Grimmett

Chief Financial Officer

Saint Mark's School (Altadena, CA)

Leonard Johnson

Leonard Johnson

Assistant Head of School for Business and Finance

Ravenscroft School (Raleigh, NC)

Dallas Joseph

Dallas Joseph

Chief Financial Officer

Baylor School (Chattanooga, TN)

Anne Lewis

Anne Lewis

Business Manager

Princeton Friends School (Princeton, NJ)

David Marcus

David Marcus

Campus Business Manager

New Community Jewish High School (West Hills, CA)

Loretta Morgan

Loretta Morgan

Business Manager

The Island School (Bainbridge Island, WA)

Michael Noonan

Michael Noonan

Business Manager

Friends Select School (Philadelphia, PA)

Beth Porter

Beth Porter

Chief Financial Officer

St. George's Independent School (Collierville, TN)

Maureen Suelau

Maureen Suelau

Finance Director

Notre Dame Preparatory School (Towson, MD)

David Taylor

David Taylor

Chief Financial Officer

The Fessenden School (West Newton, MA)

Lisa Turchan

Lisa Turchan

Chief Financial Officer

The Buckley School (Sherman Oaks, CA)

Darwin Walker

Darwin Walker

Assistant Head for Finance & Operations

Maret School (Washington, DC)

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The only research study based on the audited financial statements of independent schools, the Financial State of the Industry draws on data from hundreds of NBOA member schools collected in the BIIS platform. This report considers financial and operational data from the singular 2019-20 school year, which ended with remote instruction for most independent U.S. schools. Changes in schools’ financial health occurred both before the COVID-19 pandemic and as a result of it.

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