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Governance

Since 1977, Villa Academy has been governed by an independent, lay Board of Trustees, comprised of community and business leaders, alumni, and parents of current and former students.

The board is responsible for hiring and supporting the Head of School and reviewing his or her performance, ensuring effective organizational planning, ensuring adequate financial resources, determining and monitoring the school’s programs and services, enhancing the school’s public image, and assessing its own performance.

The Board meets monthly and currently has six standing committees: Finance, Marketing/Communications, Building and Grounds, Diversity, Trustee, and Development. In addition, the officers of the board and the committee chairs comprise the Executive Committee. All committees meet once a month.

Villa Academy is established as a nonprofit corporation in the State of Washington and is accredited by the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) and the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools.

2016-17 Board of Trustees

Chair
Todd Jablonski

Vice Chair
Didi Saluja

Secretary
Sachia Stonefeld-Powell

Head of School
John Milroy

At Large Members
Sr. Arlene Van Dusen MSC
Trustees
Christopher Allen
Catherine Bursiek
Tony Desapio, President, Bishop Blanchet H.S.
Tim Dunley
Angela Finney
Don Heisler
Su Motha, Ph.D.
Sanjay Parikh, M.D.
Tim Porter
Aaron Singleton '85
Kelli Smith-Bailey
Scott Smith
Liz Swift, Head, Holy Names Academy
Joyce Thomas
Jim Thorpe
Brian Vath, M.D.
Kim Williams
2016-17 Board of Trustees

2016-17 Board of Trustees

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