Dwelle’s strategic financial planning and thoughtful board work have helped The Steward School emerge stronger through the pandemic.
Duncan’s generative thinking and collaborative leadership style have helped launch a successful health insurance consortium.
Through concerted efforts at the board level, Cooper is helping to significantly advance diversity, equity and inclusion at Sequoyah School.
The Will J. Hancock Unsung Hero Award is given to independent school business officers who have made an extraordinary contribution to their schools, as nominated by their colleagues. Congratulations to the 2021 recipient
The trends and events of this past year reminds us that change is a constant in our profession and across the educational, social, economic, and political landscape.
This year’s recipients have dedicated years of service to the profession, our association and to schools far and wide.
In a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, here's how NBOA adapted quickly to meet its priorities and accomplish operational excellence over the past year.
Let’s take a moment to recognize the herculean changes our schools have made this calendar year — and learn from them and from our fellow school leaders.
Mitchell managed several construction projects and set a standard for sustainability, which helped Ruffing Montessori School become the first LEED certified building in their city.
A model for servant leadership, Miller makes time to lend a hand to students, family and staff alike.
An adapt budgeter and mentor to many, McKitish is a trusted steward of The Peddie School’s facilities and grounds.
Horn’s proactive project management skills have helped Milwaukee Jewish Day School increase enrollment, grow the endowment and innovate the financial aid program.
Gabriele has modernized everything from campus facilities and risk management to human resources and benefits – all while making time for the students she used to teach.
Fanikos helped restore the school’s financial health while advancing diversity, social justice and equity at St. John’s Prep.
After stepping into his father's role at Gladwyne Montessori School, Dyson has helped strengthen community connections and establish a standard for business excellence.
Now more than ever, the business officer is called to contribute an incisive voice and financial strategy to their school’s leadership team.
Devin transitioned the school from a for-profit entity to a nonprofit organization while procuring a new campus for the school to grow.
A mentor to all, Chamberlain has helped The Seven Hills School navigate operational challenges with confidence.
Breslin reduced the school’s debt and strengthened its endowment while managing multiple successful construction projects at Dana Hall School.
The Will J. Hancock Unsung Hero Award is given to independent school business officers who have made an extraordinary contribution to their schools, as nominated by their colleagues. Congratulations to the 2020 recipient