Meet the Board
Teamwork for Tam
Parent volunteers are elected to serve two-year terms. The board meets monthly during the school year. Members support the annual giving campaign (AGC,) grants evaluation, and communications. There is an opportunity for every parent to get involved, and we welcome and value ALL perspectives and experiences. New members are recruited each spring.
Tam High Foundation Board 2022-2023
Our members come from a variety of backgrounds. Hover over each image to learn more about them and and why they joined the board.
Tam High Foundation Advisory Board
Representatives provide guidance, insight, and knowledge from across the campus. They are non-voting members and work in close partnership with the executive board.
This is my 7th year as principal at Tam High. I enjoy working with the Foundation because it provides unique educational experiences for our students. Through THF, we can innovate and create meaningful learning opportunities that extend beyond the regular curriculum.
I have a junior at Tam and have volunteered with Mill Valley schools since he was in kindergarten. Currently retired, I worked in accounting for almost 30 years. I’m honored to join the Foundation board and support our students.
I am a history teacher at Tam. I truly value the work the Foundation does, which completely updated my classroom furniture. I want to encourage all of my colleagues to take advantage of their generous help.
I have three children. Two are Tam graduates, and my youngest is a sophomore. The Foundation is instrumental to the success of Tam High, and it’s an honor to be a part of it.
I love working with the Foundation because it celebrates and values student and teacher innovation. I've attended meetings for 23 years, and I still marvel at the board's creative problem solving, dedication, and knowledge.
I have a sophomore son at Tam. After 20+ years working in finance, both at investment banks and later as a CFO of an education services company, I am thrilled to be supporting the Tam community by serving on the THF advisory board.
I have a Tam senior, sophomore
and graduate. I joined the THUMB and Foundation boards because they serve incredibly important functions at Tam. Professionally, I am a practicing juvenile dependency attorney.
I am an entrepreneur and a leader in fixed-income portfolio management. My wife, Susan, and I have been active school volunteers since moving from Boston in 2010. I have a senior at Tam as well as two graduates.