All Saints’ Episcopal Day School appoints 2015-16 trustees

All Saints’ Episcopal Day School has announced the appointment of six prominent professional leaders as new members to its Board of Trustees.


The members elected to join the 2015-16 governing board include Marianne Cracchiolo Mago, president of The Steele Foundation; Paula Petrowski, director of admissions at Xavier College Preparatory; Bob Ryan, principal at Brophy College Preparatory; Pat Williams, managing director, JLL; Raymond Woo, Phoenix attorney; and John Woodrow, attorney at Woodrow & Associates, P.L.C.

The current executive committee made a strategic decision to elect the additional members to expand the board for greater bandwidth and to broaden community representation. The new trustees represent All Saints’ commitment to include alumni parents and community representatives in addition to current parents on the board.

“We are deeply grateful to our previous Board of Trustees for its significant contributions and dedication and to the newly appointed leaders for the upcoming school year,” said Leo Dressel, head of school, All Saints’ Episcopal Day School.

“We are thrilled at the possibilities and new growth that this new Board brings to All Saints’.”

Additionally, the 2015-16 board is comprised of four executive committee members and The Rev. Poulson Reed, Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church.

Abbie Milisci will continue to lead as board chair for the second year in a row. The other 2015-16 board executives are Brad Wright, vice chair; Drew Smith, treasurer; and Ann Halaby, secretary.

ASEDS is a school that is committed to academic excellence, spiritual and moral formation, and creating an inclusive community. Adding new directors that bring expanded insight and fresh perspective to the Board is a continued demonstration of this.


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