The Board of Trustees is comprised primarily of parents and guardians of students enrolled at The GreenMount School. Board meetings are held monthly at the school and are open to all families. The Board runs three all-school meetings per year: parent orientation in August, a mid-year status meeting in January, and a meeting in May with information about the coming year.
Much of the Board’s work is carried out through committees who report back to the full board: The contracts committee, the finance committee, the strategic planning committee, and the executive committee are among the committees currently in operation.
Most of the day-to-day decision-making is delegated to The GreenMount Head of School, who oversees the teaching and administrative staff.
Members of the Board of Trustees 2021–2022
|Shannon Snow: President|
|Shannon is Projects Director at Episcopal Housing Corporation, a nonprofit real estate developer, specializing in affordable housing and community facilities. She lives with her husband and son in the Ednor Gardens-Lakeside neighborhood in Baltimore City.|
|Natalie Pope: Vice President|
|Natalie Pope is a 20 year resident of Baltimore, and along with Jasmine Pope, is the parent of current GreenMount 4th grader, Avery Pope. Natalie is a Human Resources professional for MedStar Health. At MedStar, she is responsible for implementing HR strategy and policy for the Corporate and IT offices.|
|John Abell: Treasurer|
|John Abell lives in the Cedarcroft neighborhood with his wife and two children. John is an Associate Director at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in Washington, D.C., and is a licensed CPA|
|Tracy Kuniega Pietrzak: Secretary|
|Tracy Kuniega Pietrzak is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist specializing in eating disorders, and works as an outpatient physician at Eating Recovery Centers. She lives in the Woodberry neighborhood of Baltimore with her husband and two boys.|
|Suzanne Brockman manages the Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Well-Being. Prior to this, she worked in the international public health field. Suzanne is a parent to Ulysses, who is a recent graduate.|
|Kelley Gludt is the Director of Congregational Learning at Beth Am Synagogue. Kelley received rabbinic ordination in 2005 from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and a Masters of Arts degree in Rabbinic Studies from the U.J. Her interests include backyard homesteading, including gardening, chickens, bees, and soap making.|
|Doug Lent is the Communications Director for Maryland Family Network (MFN), a state-wide nonprofit, which advocates for programs and policies that benefit very young children, their families, and their childcare providers. Originally from western New York state, Doug moved to Baltimore 14 years ago and now calls Hampden home.|
|Emily Levenson is General Counsel for Agile Six Applications, a full-spectrum digital services company and government contractor. She and her husband Jon live in Baltimore City with their three children and dog.|
|Jen Malloy is a Senior Account Manager for Carl Zeiss Microscopy, a world renowned optical company. Jen and her husband EJ reside in Mt. Washington since 2004 with their two sons.|
|Brian is the Head of Upper School at Boy’s Latin where he has been an educator for the past 12 years. He has spent his career working in and leading independent schools. Brian lives with his wife Alison and their three children in Towson.|
|After having worked with Mayor and then Governor O’Malley, Colm founded 50 State, a Government Affairs firm. Colm is the parent of Scarlett, a 7th grader at GMS. Colm has lived in Baltimore for 20 years, and in the U.S. for 30 years, having moved from his native Ireland.|
|Carlos works as an analyst for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, facilitating technology transformation and driving strategic improvement initiatives. Carlos, along with Dawn Rodriguez, is the parent of Stella, an 8th grade student at GMS.|
|Meghan works for the Federal Government as a Chief Financial Officer. She began her career with the government after graduate school and has held varying financial analysis and management positions for the past 11 years. Meghan’s daughter, Colette, is a second-grader at GMS.|
|Amy Scott is an independent documentary filmmaker and a senior correspondent for Marketplace, the public radio business, and economics show, where she covers housing and the economy. She lives in Lake Walker with her husband, Alex, and their two kids.|
|Catherine Stokes is the Development Director at Homes for America, a nonprofit housing development corporation. Catherine and her husband live in Guilford with their two children.|