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Board of Directors & Boards of Standards

CAIS Board of Directors

Officers

President
Dr. Laura Konigsberg, Turning Point School

Vice President, and Chair of the Elementary Board of Standards
Dr. Dina Eletreby, New Horizon School Irvine

Vice President, and Chair of the Secondary Board of Standards
Dr. Sarah Shulkind, Milken Community School

Treasurer
John Bracker, Polytechnic School

Secretary
Phil Gutierrez, Marin Primary and Middle School

Members

Kalyan Balaven, Dunn School
Dr. Cindy Chun, Peninsula Heritage School
Nanci Kauffman, Castilleja School
Ron Kim, The Bishop's School
Christina Mazzola, The Branson School
Kathleen McNamara, The Seven Hills School
Patricia Merz, Sage Hill School
Steve Morris, The San Francisco School
Alona Scott, The Buckley School
Dr. Brad Weaver, Sonoma Country Day School
Luthern Williams, New Roads School

Executive Director
Dr. Deborah Dowling

CAIS Boards of Standards

Elementary Board of Standards

Chair
Dr. Dina Eletreby, New Horizon School Irvine

Vice Chair
Phil Gutierrez, Marin Primary and Middle School

Khadija Fredericks, Saint Andrew's Episcopal School
Patricia Garcia Word, The Oaks School
Ann Grimmett, Saint Mark's School, Altadena
Joe Harvey, Mark Day School (Interim Member)

Secondary Board of Standards

Chair
Dr. Sarah Shulkind, Milken Community School

Vice Chair
Patricia Merz, Sage Hill School

Julian Bull, Campbell Hall
Luke Felker, The Bay School San Francisco
Janice Murabayashi,
Sandi Pierce, Cate School

WASC Representative

Doreen Oleson

Committees

Assessment Think Tank

Co-chairs
Christina Mazzola, The Branson School
Jeneen Graham, St. Margaret's Episcopal School

Steve Barrett, Wildwood School
Joe Harvey, Mark Day School
Alona Scott, The Buckley School
Karen Strobel, Castilleja School
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CAIS is an organization of approximately 200 elementary, middle and secondary schools in California. The Association serves and strengthens its schools by:
  • setting standards of academic quality and ethical conduct
  • facilitating the professional growth of faculty, administrators, and trustees
  • promoting ethnic and socio-economic diversity