Amy graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and has worked in journalism and archival research at the Kennedy Presidential Library. The mother of six sons and four daughters, she has been involved in numerous initiatives to strengthen families and promote an appreciation for the vocation of women in modern society. Nearly thirty years of experience with schools in Dallas and Washington have given her a keen interest in educational curricula and pedagogical practices.
Bob is a physician and retired U.S. Air Force Colonel. He earned his undergraduate degree from the College of the Holy Cross, his medical degree from the University of Rochester, and performed his post-graduate residency and fellowship training in the Air Force and at Walter Reed. His career focus has been on infectious and tropical diseases. In the course of his career, he has served as Chief of Medicine at two Air Force medical centers, Deputy Director of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and as Assistant Physician to President Ronald Reagan and Personal Physician to Vice President George H.W. Bush. He is currently a medical director at MedImmune, where he manages clinical studies on therapeutic antibodies and other investigational biologic therapies, and an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the Uniformed Services University’s medical school, where he continues to teach.
Chris is a Vice President and the Chief Financial Officer of The Kenrich Group LLC, a national business and litigation consulting firm. Chris has been consulting with Fortune 500 Companies, law firms, government entities, and other organizations for over 25 years. His work has focused on financial, accounting, and economic damages analysis and expert testimony on commercial disputes, regulatory investigations and other matters. Chris obtained his Masters of Business Administration degree from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University and graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Civil Engineering degree.
Mary holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from New York University, and Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College. While completing her doctorate, she taught writing and composition at NYU, and began a 15-year career of developing supplementary educational programs for girls throughout the U.S. Mary first joined the Oakcrest faculty as an English teacher and Assistant Head of School in 2009. She became Head of School in 2012, bringing to Oakcrest her love of literature and the humanities, and experience and commitment to the education of young women.
Maureen is the Senior Policy Advisor for The Catholic Association, a consultant for the Susan B. Anthony List, and an opinion contributor for The Hill and The Washington Examiner. She writes, speaks, and provides commentary on issues of faith, religious freedom, the family, and the right to life. Previously Maureen was the Senior Congressional Liaison and spokeswoman for the National Right to Life Committee. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from the Franciscan University.
Michele holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from Smith College, and a Bachelor of Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College. She has applied her technical skills at several different government contractors in the DC area and currently works as a software engineer. She also just recently completed a Master’s degree in Theological Studies at the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College. She is the second Alumna to serve on the Board of Directors.
Shelly holds a Juris Doctor from the Georgetown University Law Center and a Bachelor of Arts from Cedarville University. She had the privilege of working for the Honorable Henry Hyde at the House Judiciary Committee. She has served as the Coordinator for Women’s Discipleship at Arlington Baptist Church since 2009. Over the last eighteen years, she has served in a wide variety of volunteer positions at the schools her children have attended. Shelly has been on the board of the Oakcrest Parent Association for six years, most recently as its Chair.
Moira holds a Bachelors degree in biomedical ethics from Brown University and a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame. Her dissertation focused on the relationship of freedom and moral education, a topic that has continued to be a focus of her work. She has taught ethics, logic, and other topics to students at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University, Boston College, and Suffolk University, as well as to numerous groups wanting to learn more about philosophy for personal enrichment without seeking a degree. She has been pleased to have some Oakcrest alumnae among her students in these classes. She currently works in New York City with the Rosemoor Foundation and oversees continuing education programs in philosophy and theology for members of Opus Dei across the United States.
Shaun is a Managing Director and Senior Counsel of a large international bank. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and obtained his law degree from Georgetown University. He has served the Board of Directors for many years, both as a committee member and as a Board member.
Steve is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. He is Co-Chair of the Firm’s FDA and Healthcare Practice Group and a member of the Life Sciences Practice Group. Steve is a graduate of Yale Law School. He received his undergraduate degree from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, where he finished first in his class.