M A G A Z IN E
ANNUAL GIVING REPORT
PHOTO SAFARI: ICELAND
CONTRIBUTING NEW IDEAS WITH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES
MAG A Z IN E SCHOOL LEADERSHIP Gerald Boarman, Ed.D., Head of School Michael Reidy, Ed.D., Associate Head of School Tim Simpson, Assistant Head, Director of Admission and Financial Aid Margaret Andreadis, Lower School Principal Jamie Dickie, Exec. Director of Technology Tracy Harris, Chief Financial Officer Darlene Haught, Exec. Director of Extended Programs and Emerging Technologies Kathleen Lloyd, Director of Girls Athletics Marilyn Moreno, Middle School Principal Andres Parra ’99, Director of Boys Athletics Robert Pollicino, Upper School Principal Joanne Szadkowski, Exec. Director of Institutional Advancement Lisa Vardi, Director of Cross Divisional Curriculum
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS Andrew Blair ’86, P’11, ’12, ’17, ’20, Chair Adam Greenberg, P’14, ’16, ’19, Vice Chair Lesley Lavalleye, P’06, ’08, ’10, Secretary George Mavrikes, P’14, ’17, Treasurer MEMBERS Gerald Boarman, Ed.D., ex-officio, Head of School Hillary Baltimore, P’17, ’20 Patrick Caulfield, P’14, ’20 Patricia Cohen, P’12, ’14 David Fink, P ’10, ’14, ’19 Dr. Gary Friedlander ’79, P’11, ’14, ’19 Jonathan Halle ’88, P’15, ’17 Kathryn Hanley, P’03, ’05 Claudia Helmig ’88, P’17, ’20, ’22 Richard Kay, P’12, ’14, ’18 Tammy McKnight, P’15, ’18 Alan Meltzer, P’98 Chris Nordeen, P’12, ’13 Shannon Priddy, P’14, ’16, ’21 Berry Trimble, P’10, ’13, ’17 David Trone, P’12, ’14 Cyndi Bullis Vasco ’83, P’20, ’21 Dell Warren, P’10, ’13 Mark Weinberger, P’14, ’16, ’18 Paula Widerlite, P’11, ’14 Kerry Wisnosky, P’17, ’19, ’24 Natasha Nazareth-Phelps, General Counsel
MAGAZINE EDITORIAL TEAM Sherri A. Watkins, Publications Manager Susan King, Communications Coordinator Susie Zimmermann, Director of Communications
Team Bullis raised $1,400 and sent 19 members to The National Capital Walk to End Alzheimer’s in October, the nation’s largest event to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s research.
ON THE COVER: Members of the 2nd grade, excited to welcome primary school students, grades K-1st. For more, visit www.bullis.org/grow
FEATURES 1 4 | Contributing New Ideas: The Work of Bullisâ€™ Professional Learning Communities 1 8 | Photo Safari: Iceland 12 | Founders Day: The Start of a New Tradition 15 | In Memoriam: Bullis Staff
PERSPECTIVES 2 | Head of School 40
DEPARTMENTS 3 | Newsbites 11 | Arts 13 | Athletics
ALUMNI 18 | News & Events 24
| Alumni Spotlight
| Mystery Alumni Photos
30 | Class Notes
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PERSPECTIVES: HEAD OF SCHOOL | Dr. Gerald L. Boarman
NEW BEGINNINGS AND TRANSITIONS
As we turn the calendar to a new year, we look ahead to the promise of what’s to come and the resolutions we make. The change we aspire to make in ourselves (and who doesn’t think there’s something we can each improve?) is indicative of the hopefulness of growth and the promise of better things to come. Here at Bullis we are anticipating some changes in 2017 with great enthusiasm. Construction on the new Discovery Center is on schedule and each day brings the building closer and closer to completion. You can read an update on it on page 3, and keep an eye on daily progress via our website (www.bullis.org/discovery). Converting dreams and plans to steel beam and concrete is exhilarating, but it’s also important to plan for an efficient and smooth transition. As such, our own Transition Team of staff is hard at work already setting a course for absorbing this new facility into
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our 2017-2018 school year plans so we can enjoy it from the first day of school next fall. We also recently proudly announced the addition of kindergarten and 1st grade, news that was met with great enthusiasm by current families and local alumni. Our tiniest new Bulldogs will start next fall and we are already talking with interested families and receiving applications for each of the new classes. As one of the very few schools in the area that have grades K-12 all on one campus, we are pleased to offer a seamless experience for students and their parents. Alleviating the stress of changing schools from elementary to middle school or middle to upper school, and offering a complete program within our caring community is indeed a benefit that we think will be in great demand. May your own transition to 2017 be one that is positive and fulfilling.
The warm and dry fall weather has allowed construction on the new Gerald L. Boarman Discovery Center to progress on schedule. After months of preparatory and underground work that was largely invisible to passers-by, the building seems to have sprung up in the last six months. By the start of 2017 it will be completely “wrapped,” or sealed from the outside, with much of the exterior brickwork also nearing completion. That’s what you can see as you drive or walk by (or check out the live cam at www. bullis.org/discovery). Here’s what you can’t see: -
Interior walls are complete
Electrical wiring has been roughed in
One set of stairs is complete and the others are nearing completion, and
Drywall is going up.
In addition, the bio-retention ponds are being installed now to collect rainwater and manage run-off from the roof. This will filter out pollutants before the water goes back into the soil and will also prevent erosion and flooding in the area. The building is on schedule for completion by this summer. You can follow the continuing progress at www.bullis.org/discovery, where you’ll find video and still images showing various spaces in the building under construction—and on their way to the reality depicted in renderings and plans. Check the page for regular updates.
Members of the new Lower School Community Service Club raised funds and gathered materials in support of Comfort Cases, a local organization which provides essential and comfort items for children in foster care.
DISCOVERY CENTER: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
For the 21st year, the Bullis community banded together to make a happy Thanksgiving for needy Montgomery County residents—assembling and donating 106 baskets of food, along with baking 185 apple pies.
To read more about these stories and other news, check out our Newsroom at bullis.org!
Save the Date
Friday, March 17, 2017
The Creating a Legacy of Leadership campaign is raising funds for the Discovery Center as well as for the new turf field that opened this fall to soccer and field hockey games and football practices. The field will be put to good use in the spring, as well, with a full schedule of lacrosse games. These significant campus projects are made possible through the generous support of many members of our extended Bullis community—parents, alumni, grandparents, staff, friends and many more. Contributions are welcome and are crucial to the completion of the Discovery Center: www.bullis.org/discovery.
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Contributing New Ideas: The Work of Bullisâ€™ Professional Learning Communities
“PLCs are member-centered groups bringing new ideas, concepts and activities to the classroom and the community.” –Nate Gordon
Supporting the professional development of staff is as essential to school growth as meeting the many needs of students. Bullis has long provided opportunities for staff—both instructional and operational— to further skills and knowledge through workshops, conferences and guest speakers and in meetings to exchange ideas and expertise. The continued improvement that is a constant Bullis priority brings far-reaching benefits to classrooms as well as offices, helping to maintain our forward edge in education and as a community. In August 2013, Head of School Dr. Gerald Boarman asked staff members to create several Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) for colleagues to come together to explore and discuss topics of mutual interest. Several groups in a wide range of subjects were created, including: Young Adult Book Club; Sustainable Bullis; Technology Helping Hands; Writing; Young Women Leaders; Reading Initiative; Community Service@Bullis; When 24/7 Is Not Enough; Quiet; Building Grit; TwiceExceptional (2E) Learners; Digital Portfolios; Diversity and Equity; Cross-Curricular Connections; and new this year, Productivity Hacks. Now in its fourth year, the Bullis PLC
initiative is producing tangible results. Recognizing the valuable work being done, school administrators allotted more time in this year’s calendar for PLCs to meet, including late-delay mornings and a full professional development day. Some PLC groups also meet independently to further ongoing projects. “At first we thought the PLCs would change often, but many are still going strong,” says Lower School Technology and Math Coordinator Nate Gordon, who oversees the program. “They are furthering our understanding of certain topics, and some of their suggestions have already been implemented.” Notable contributions from Bullis PLCs include the new bottle filling stations— filtered water fountains—installed in several locations on campus beginning last year. The suggestion came from the Sustainable Bullis PLC headed by Middle School Technology Coordinator Rita Gerharz and Upper School English Teacher Brad Kosegarten, which focused on new ways for Bullis to be environmentally responsible. The Young Women Leaders PLC, in seeking strong female guest speakers, inspired a new Bullis tradition of a convocation speaker to address the students on the first day of school; the first speaker, in 2014, was alumna Nicole Cutts ’88, followed by Josh Basile ’03 in 2015 and Moise Fokou ’04 this year. The Twice-Exceptional (2E) PLC, led by Learning
From top, Convocation speakers inspired by the Young Women Leaders PLC include Nicole Cutts ’88, Josh Basile ‘03 in 2015 and Moise Fokou ’04 .
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“Ideas from PLCs are great additions to your toolbox— adult novels which group members read and discuss. “We’re interested in books that different kinds of readers might enjoy,” Ms. Vellenga says. Their discussions are extending into the classroom: Ms. Okulski filmed a PLC book discussion to show her 8th grade English students how to talk about books and that readers can express thoughts and feelings—with no wrong answers. In seeking ways to introduce students to more books, the group hopes to open up communication and broaden thinking skills in the classroom.
The Sustainable Bullis PLC encouraged the installation of water bottle filling stations across campus .
Support Services Coordinator Jason Eist, looked at ways to approach teaching children with exceptional learning needs, resulting in an expanded workspace and additional staff in the Academic Center. The Writing PLC, led by Upper School English Teacher Esty Foster, enjoyed lively discussions of capable writing, whether books, letters, emails or documents. Its members—a mix of faculty, administrative and office staff—focused on the importance of clear communication on and off campus.
“PLCs provide teachers with opportunities to explore new means and methods,” says Stacey Roshan, Upper School math teacher and technology coordinator. “Setting aside that time to exchange ideas and brainstorm approaches is very valuable.” Ms. Roshan helped develop a former PLC, Best Practices, which explored teaching and technology practices for classroom use. Attention to differences in Upper, Middle and Lower School learning inspired some individual shifts in teaching methods. For example,
Roshan now uses videos to show her Upper School math students best ways to approach classroom tasks. Lower School Teacher Elizabeth Jacobi utilized the iPads already in use in Lower School classes to clearly demonstrate some mathematical processes to her students. “We discovered new uses for technology to enhance learning processes,” Ms. Roshan says. “We saw how students were processing information and we were better able to intervene before stumbles could occur. Our smaller class sizes also help us to best use these tools,” she adds. Productivity Hacks, new this year and also organized by Roshan, focuses on helping faculty become more productive to positively influence teaching and help students adopt similar good habits. “We hope to learn ways to maintain balance as teachers and also personally in a world filled with technological distractions,” Ms. Roshan explains. “Then we can model for students how to manage distractions like emails,
“Some PLC topics are more applicable school-wide,” says Mr. Gordon, “while others focus on making staff more productive. Both can influence teaching and student learning. If the school as a whole runs more smoothly, the classroom is positively affected too.” Current PLCs are working toward more contributions. The Young Adult Book Club, headed by Middle School English Teacher Liberty Okulski and Upper School Spanish Teacher Hilary Vellenga, chooses young
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Students and mathematics resource teacher Bruce Kelley, far right, make use of expanded Academic Center facilities.
in the classroom and on the field.” – Rachel Moore
From left, Productivity Hacks PLC faculty members Lisa Vardi, Rebecca Turett abd Stacey Roshan brainstorm strategies for their students.
alerts and voice mail.” To achieve that, the group plans to examine productivity studies, strategies and techniques. “Using hacks and methods to handle all the information coming at us daily is another way of living our Bullis motto of balance,” she points out. “It’s vital that we as teachers have productive habits. Students notice that.” The Young Women Leaders PLC, instrumental in bringing a female convocation speaker to Bullis, meets to brainstorm opportunities to give female students greater leadership roles in the classroom and on campus, from increasing attendance at girls’ sports games to promoting equal participation in academic projects. The PLC focuses on leadership issues facing girls and also how boys can perceive that. “We hope to develop more leadership roles for girls,” says Humanities and Global Studies Director Dr. Sara Romeyn, a member of the group, “and find ways to partner with divisions, teachers and grades to support and collaborate on ways to help girls develop resilience, grit and independence.”
From left, Cross-Curricular Connections PLC members Ben Mostellar, Kristen Kowalew, Richard Green and Jeff Bellistri during a recent meeting.
Athletic Trainer Rachel Moore notes how this PLC, like others, can heighten staff awareness of a particular topic. “We can incorporate ideas from the PLC in the school community. It’s a great addition to your toolbox in the classroom and on the field. PLCs in general are another avenue to improvement.” “Sometimes PLCs are defined as a way to organize teachers,” Nate Gordon comments. “But that gets away from a grassroots idea. We want Bullis staff to be able to participate in open forums looking for solutions and
improvements that can then be shared. These are not task forces that examine and recommend,” he says. “Rather, they are member-centered groups bringing new ideas, concepts and activities to the classroom and the community.” The substantive work being done by staff in various PLC groups represents, for each member, a serious commitment of time and energy with satisfying results. The School is responding to suggestions made by its PLC groups—and the entire community is reaping the benefits.
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Photo Safari: Iceland In June, seven Upper School students traveled to Iceland for a landscape photography workshop. Since Iceland is so far north and the summer solstice was right around the corner, the group experienced 24 hours of daylight throughout the week. They shot golden sunsets at midnight followed by pink sunrises at 2:30 a.m. with hours of colorful twilight in between. Students photographed black sand beaches covered in smooth pebbles, icebergs freshly broken off the largest polar ice cap in Europe, powerful waterfalls, glaciers covered in volcanic ash and fields upon fields of blooming lupines. They even hiked on a glacier with ice axes and crampons. Between shoots, students learned basic and advanced techniques for editing photos in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. From RAW image processing to blending multiple exposures and removing unwanted objects from photos, everyone came away with new digital darkroom skills.
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The trip was led by Video Communications Associate Mark Riffee and Upper School music teacher Stefi Gogerty.
Lizzie Teel ’19
Catherine Cheng ’19
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Lizzie Teel ’19 Monique Muse ’16
Catherine Cheng ’19 Daphne Daniels ’17
Katura Britt ’17 Perrin Benaugh ’18
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Fall Musical Added to Theater Calendar When students, staff and parents returned to school, they discovered a fall musical scheduled on the calendar only ten days later. Das Barbecü is a musical comedy in which (as Variety described) “Wagner’s ‘Ring’ cycle is put to mock country-western tunes, dressed like a rhinestone cowboy and set deep in the heart of Texas.” While the show may not be universally familiar, “musical theater geeks really love it,” says Ms. Marcia Franklin, Bullis theater teacher and director of the show. Charles Johnson, who has taught theater at Bullis since 2009, explains why they chose it: “If we only do shows that everyone knows, then we’re contributing to the death of our own art form.” The show—with its small cast and low-scale technical requirements—is more easily produced early in the school year. Its relative obscurity also demanded that the cast do its own research to learn about parts. “We like to cultivate a culture of students wanting to learn, try new things and create their own unique performances,” says Mr. Johnson. Will Evans ’18, who played three different characters in the show, agrees. “This really pushed me and I could not fall back on easy habits,” he says. “I had to create my work from scratch.”
Twelve students auditioned in June for seven parts. For large winter musicals, such as “Anything Goes” and “Legally Blonde” from previous years, nearly everyone who auditions is cast. But the small shows created “healthy competition” as Ms. Franklin describes, “making the more serious students push themselves to really work for it.” Most who were not cast joined tech crew, which pleases the teachers. “Every actor in a theater program must know and appreciate all aspects, not just being on stage,” Ms. Franklin says. “It’s important to understand how scenery, staging and lighting moves around you.” Scripts were distributed in June, and the cast assembled three times in July for rehearsals. Daily rehearsals began in August, and students had to juggle theater along with other summer activities. For senior Sarah DeLeonibus, this proved especially challenging. “Between college
auditions and applications, a job and vacationing, this was one of my busiest summers. Still, I was excited to start rehearsals. I wouldn’t have been as happy if I hadn’t done it.” The show also provided Sydney Smith ’18 her first opportunity to assistant direct a show. “The small cast meant that I got to work with almost every scene and we bonded over the tough work load.” “It was great to start the year with people I love doing something I love,” says Will. “All the fun we had improved our work on stage.” For Sarah, the individual attention each cast member gets from the directors is a major advantage of a small show. “Through everyone’s endless encouragement, it was impossible not to succeed. Everyone knew and cared about each other, and we trusted each other immensely.”
Performers opening Das Barbecü, back row, from left: Joe Martin ’20, Noelle Morgan ’18, Henry Feigen ’17, Siena McKnight ’18, Will Evans ’18; front row, Sarah DeLeonibus ’17 and Olivia Kazanjian ’20. Far left, Joe Martin ’20.
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Founders Day: The Start of a New Tradition
old School seal that morning as we began a new annual tradition at Bullis. Founders Day celebrates Bullis co-founders Commander William F. Bullis and his wife, Lois Hoover Bullis, along with the long history of our School and the values and traditions that bond us together. While still in their late 20s, the Bullises opened Bullis School in 1930 during the Great Depression. The fortitude and vision they had then was truly remarkable, and worth honoring today. Their school has grown from a preparatory program for the service academies with only 13 students to a coeducational school serving 840 students in grades 2-12.
As students and staff entered Howard Auditorium in The Blair Family Center for the Arts on October 24, music from the 1930s filled the room. On a screen above the stage, a slideshow depicted the history of Bullis in photos from across the decades. Everyone proudly wore a button featuring an
The assembly featured remarks from Edward Bullis ’86, alumnus, current parent and grandson of Commander and Lois Bullis and son of alumnus, former teacher and headmaster Larry Bullis ’54. A highlight of the special assembly was the fun and friendly competition of a trivia game as students from each division answered questions that tested everyone’s knowledge of our history (won by the Middle School).
do YOU know Bullis history?
Here are some of the questions students were asked: 1. Why are the School’s colors blue and gold? a) Because the United States Naval Academy colors are blue and gold
b) Because Mrs. Bullis’ favorite colors were blue and gold
c) Because the United States Army colors are blue and gold 2. What was the first building built on the Potomac campus? a) North Hall
b) South Hall
c) Founders Hall
Answers: 1. A and 2. B
Top left, senior co-presidents Jonas Hosmer ’17 and Thabi Cooper ’17 join Edward Bullis ’86 onstage. Above, students and staff enjoyed a festive atmosphere and delicious birthday cake in celebration of Founders Day.
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NEW IN THE GYM: VOLLEYBALL AND CONDITIONING Bullis Athletics added two new sports offerings to its program this fall. Girls volleyball and a strength and conditioning program met with great enthusiasm and participation. Both additions have a strong future ahead.
Volleyball Volleyball Coach Cheryl Weaver came to Bullis with an impressive resume as three-time All-American at Long Beach State University, two-time Big West Conference Player of the Year and a
member of the USA Volleyball team. “My first objective was to raise the girls’ volleyball knowledge, since most had never played before,” she says. “Along with teaching them the fundamentals, I also wanted them to become comfortable playing while learning to enjoy the game rather than worry about wins and losses.” Assistant Coach Leslie Tamara was also key to the development of the program. An ISL-competitive JV team, a developmental
program and a Middle School program attracted more than 50 girls to the sport. The JV team’s 8-1 fall record indicates its progression and hard work. “I look forward to increasing the popularity of the sport here and expect us to continue to be competitive and battle against the top teams in the ISL,” says Coach Weaver. Junior Hayley Sanders agrees. “We adapted really well to the sport and had an amazing season. I can’t wait to play next year at the varsity level!”
Strength & Conditioning Al Kallay started at Bullis in the spring of 2016 after the completion of the new fitness center in the Athletic Center. He works with each coach— Middle School, JV and Varsity— to design a specific training
regimen that will benefit the athletes, whether in-season or during the off-season. “The thing I most enjoy is developing students’ skills and encouraging a strong work ethic,” says Coach Kallay. “I like to build a strong foundation that every student athlete can benefit from, regardless of the sport.” As the program grows, he hopes to also add parents and staff to support their fitness interests as well. Football and baseball Head Coach Pat Cilento praises Coach Kallay’s dedication to Bullis’ student-athletes. “He’s helped them to perform at peak levels, and helped them understand more about nutrition, proper training techniques, rehab and speed. Al is a very valuable asset to the Bullis community.”
Above, Leilani Moten ’17 prepares to spike the ball in the homecoming match vs. National Cathedral School. At right, Al Kallay trains student athletes in the fitness center.
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NINE SENIORS CELEBRATED FOR COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PLANS
In a special ceremony this fall, six seniors were recognized for their accomplishments and decisions to accept offers in the NCAA—from left, Robert Pollicino, Upper School principal; Ana Elhom '17, tennis, Cornell University; Tori Crawford '17, basketball, University of Pennsylvania; Chyree Walker '17, basketball, University of Delaware; Michael Chiaramonte '17, lacrosse, Boston University; Chris Lane '16, golf, University of Maryland; Alex Trippi '17, lacrosse, University of North Carolina; and Head of School Dr. Gerald Boarman.
20 STUDENT ATHLETES NAMED TO ALL-IAC/ALL-ISL TEAMS Congratulations to our student-athletes who have been named to the Fall 2016 All-IAC and All-ISL teams in their respective sports. Cross Country Scott Albertini ’19 Tony Patrinos ’19 Football 1st Team Devin Darrington ’17 Bryson Shaw ’19 Damani Neal ’17 Aiden Brown ’17 Derrick Tangelo ’17
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Football 2nd Team Evan Thompson ’17 Dalton Lewis ’18 Kyle Fairbanks ’18 Sean Weinberger ’17 Boys Soccer Petr Janda ’17 Devan Jones ’17 Matteo Spilimbergo ’18
Girls Soccer Lola Akiwowo ’17 Leyah Hall-Robinson ’19 Field Hockey Avery Prince ’17 Ramsey Nulsen ’17 Tennis Ana Elhom ’17 Ebony Sampson ’19
In Memoriam Dr. Constance Giles
Research before she passed away in August 2016. Her intense dedication to her students was remarkable, and she worked to improve whatever she touched, whether writing a letter or overseeing curriculum initiatives. Known for calm grace, elegance and dry humor, Dr. Giles was “charming, intelligent and accomplished,” remembers Head of School Dr. Gerald Boarman. “She made an indelible mark on the heart of our school.” As a Bullis learning specialist and administrator for 12 years, Dr. Constance Giles was a highly respected presence on the Bullis campus. “C. Giles,” as many co-workers affectionately called her, was part of the very fabric of the School, a friend to staff and parents alike and a Bullis parent herself; son Ian Giles graduated as a Lifer in 2014. Raised in Alabama, she earned a Ph.D. in education from the University of Florida and married Navy officer Anthony Giles, who retired a Captain in 2004. He often recalled his first sight of Connie, when she caught his attention by driving quickly by in a bright red convertible.
At the request of her family, a memorial service was held at Bullis on August 20, attended by her large family—she was one of ten siblings—and many members of the Bullis community. Her sister Kathryn Smith composed and read a poem in remembrance, and family members, friends and co-workers shared memories. Bullis Nurse Suzanne Douglass considered Dr. Giles a close friend. “Connie was my assigned mentor when I began here, though she didn’t know that. It became our shared joke,” she recalls. “A real friendship grew. She was my sounding board and confidante. Every conversation with her was fun and uplifting.”
Dr. Giles came to Bullis in 2004 as a learning specialist, later serving as Executive Director of Curriculum and Institutional
On a crisp sunny November day, the community gathered again to dedicate the new amphitheater to Dr. Giles. A
bronze plaque was placed at the entrance to “this peaceful place in memory of Connie, who was such a peaceful person,” as Dr. Boarman told the many who attended the ceremony. Tony Giles also took a moment to
thank Bullis for the love and support shown him, Ian and their family. For years to come, students and others on campus will remember Dr. Giles as they enjoy this beautiful hillside place of learning and gathering.
Top right, Dr. Giles posed with Humanities and Global Studies Capstone students in April 2015. Above, Head of School Dr. Gerald Boarman and Tony Giles unveil the amphitheater plaque.
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In Memoriam Carlos Acha
together up a mountain. I will miss them both,” she says, “but I know I will see them again.” Mr. Acha is survived by a warm and loving family, including his wife Alicia, sons Alexis and Jonathan, and granddaughters Camila, 6, and newborn Juliana Charlotte, or “Charlie,” named for her grandfather.
Originally from La Paz, Bolivia, Carlos Acha came to the United States in 1982, later joining the Bullis kitchen staff alongside his brother-in-law, Gualberto Mendez, a current Bullis employee. Mr. Acha worked for a total of 15 years at Bullis before he passed away in June 2016. Dedicated to his work, “Carlos loved going to Bullis every day, loved seeing the students and loved his work,” remembers Alicia Acha, his wife of 25 years. Carlos’ smiling presence in the kitchen and dining room will not be forgotten: he added a happy note daily for students and staff alike. A lifelong soccer fan—he played soccer as a young man in Bolivia—he also loved gardening, grilling meals for his family “and just being
outdoors,” says his son Alex Acha. “What Bullis saw in the dining hall every day—my dad smiling and laughing—he was like that at home, too.” Nicknamed “Chaleco” by his family, he was much loved by his Bullis family too. “Carlos’ warm smile and gentle ways will be greatly missed here,” remarks Advancement Database Manager Wendy Matuszky. Kitchen staff member Rudith Cruz will always treasure her close friendship with Mr. Acha. “Such a smart man, very funny and happy—even when he was sick, he worked when he could. He wanted to do his best for Bullis.” Ms. Cruz recalls a vivid dream she had last spring where “I saw Carlos and (fellow Bullis employee) Connie Giles walking
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Top left, Carlos’ Roll Call portrait and a photo of himtaken in Bolivia. Above, Carlos dances with his wife Alicia as they celebrate renewal of their wedding vows.
NEWS AND NOTES
The class of 2006 erupts in celebration prior to their graduation ceremony. The class recently reconnected for their 10 year reunion (see page 23).
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NEWS & EVENTS
CELEBRATING MULTIPLE GENERATIONS AT BULLI
We are thrilled
to have a robust group of alumni who have returned to Bullis as parents, continuing their legacies at the School. Alumni ranging from the graduating classes of 1979 to 1997 represent more than 40 students currently at Bullis who symbolize the next generation. During the second week of school, alumni parents and their children gathered at the Dr. Connie Giles Amphitheater to capture the moment. First row, from left: Kevin Vasco ’84, Lucia Vasco ’20, Nicole (Bernard) Chaffin ’83, Hayden Chaffin ’24, Charlotte Helmig ’20, Billy Helmig ’22, Nina (Cochrane) Price ’87, Evan Price ’24, Jackson Eberstein ’27, Nikki (Herson) Eberstein ’97, Matthew Halle ’26, Jon Halle ’88, Ben Halle ’17, Shannon (Estrin) Rosoff ’92, Taylor Rosoff ’25, Logan Steren ’23 and Xander Arnold ’24; second row: Ed Bullis ’86, Joey Bullis ’17, Claudia (Landres) Helmig ’88, Camille Helmig ’17, Grace Timmons ’19, Julia Vasco ’21, Caroline Rowe ’23, Kevin Rowe ’97, Dillon Malkani ’23, Maison Metro ’23, Ella Rosoff ’23 and Jack Steren ’20; third row: Sarah Blair ’17, Caroline Blair ’18, Juliana Signora ’20, Jacob Friedlander ’17, Audrey (Greenhouse) Friedlander ’86, Joey Friedlander ’20, Michael Friedlander ’19, Gary Friedlander ’79, Marc Steren ’89, Ian Steren ’20, Jack Coan ’22, Julie (Ayres) Coan ’83 and Drake Arnold ’26; back row: Kayla Graver ’20, Stephanie (Bunting) Graver ’92, Michael Rassael ’82, Alexander Rassael ’20, Jack Geifman ’20, Nicki (Harris) Geifman ’89, Sydney Geifman ’17, Lane Blair ’20, Andrew Blair ’86, Bill Timmons ’86, Ted Leasure ’84 and Patrick Leasure ’17.
Bullis Pride Bu Not pictured: Adam Arnold ’95, David Blair ’87, Jennifer (Blair) Signora ’89, Sam Coan ’18, Jon Friedlander ’82, Kristen (Gillam) Schultz ’85, Skylar Schultz ’17, Marisa (Marr) Leasure ’84, Arvin Malkani ’92, Dillon Malkani ’23, Brad Mendelson ’84, Kyle Mendelson ’17, Julia Mendelson ’20, Matt Metro ’92, David Schwartzberg ’88, Zoe Schwartzberg ’18, Melissa (Sherman) Hausfeld ’97 and Julia Hausfeld ’27.
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HOMECOMING AND HALL OF FAME Nearly 140 alumni and their families packed the Dining Hall on October 14 for our annual Alumni Tailgate prior to the Homecoming football game. Camaraderie and exuberant reunions among old friends, classmates, coaches and teachers set the tone for a fun evening. With great food catered by Uncle Julio’s Rio Grande Café and Bulldog spirit high, the evening proved to be our most successful alumni tailgate yet! The event’s special highlight was the Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony honoring Moise Fokou ’04 (football) and Jordan Burke ’05 (lacrosse and ice hockey). A large group of friends and family were present to warmly support Moise and Jordan as they received this distinctive Bullis honor. During his senior year, Moise was named to the All-IAC football team and was voted the conference’s Most Valuable Player. Additionally, The Washington Post selected him to the 2nd Team All-Met for football. Jordan was named to the All-Met ice hockey team during his junior and senior years. On the lacrosse team, Jordan was selected to the 2nd team All-Met by The Washington Post. To read more about our inductees, please visit www.bullis.org/halloffame
At right, Girls Athletic Director Kathleen Lloyd, Hall of Fame inductee Jordan Burke ’05 with his daughter Delaney, Hall of Fame inductee Moise Fokou ’04, Boys Athletic Director Andres Parra ’99 and Head of School Gerald Boarman celebrate at the Hall of Fame ceremony.
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Clockwise from top, Head of School Dr. Gerald Boarman with former Chairman of the Board Jerome Friedlander and his sons, Gary Friedlander ’79 (left) and Jonathan Friedlander ’82; Richard Ploss ’63 (left) and Richard Hayman ’63 reconnect; Anastasia Theoharis ’08 and her father John Theoharis ’70; Ross Koenig ’02 (center) and his wife Camie (Crawford) Koenig ’00 (bottom) with their son Harvey, Morgan (Kelly) Burke ’04 (left) with her daughter Delaney and Shaun Aschenbach ’05 with his son Jack; Ross Koenig ’02 and John Simpson ’98 catch up with former Athletic Director Mike DelGrande at the alumni tailgate.
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CLASS OF 1996 CELEBRATES 20 YEARS Twenty years after their Bullis graduation, nearly 40 members of the class of ’96 gathered at a bash hosted by Kendall Mackintosh ’96 to reminisce and reconnect. Ryan Hayden traveled from Los Angeles to attend, saying it was important to him “because I spent a good portion of my childhood with these friends. We were a diverse group growing up, but I don’t think there was a closer group of 63 anywhere. It was as if we
picked up right where we left off in 1996.” Highlights of the evening included watching a video recording of the “Mr. Bulldog” competition and hearing Staci Burns laugh in person again, which Ryan described as “infectious— and a reminder of how much fun we had back then, and how much fun we had that night.” Thank you to Kendall for organizing and hosting such a special night.
Top photo, from left: Clayton Lyles, Jamie (Mendelsohn) Appell, Darnell Evans ’97, Kendall Mackintosh and Greg Grinder; bottom left: Kendall Mackintosh, Aaron Moatz and Andreas Vellios; bottom right: Melissa (Menditch) Phillips, Abigail (Tannebaum) Sharon, Jane (Simpson) Gray and Jessica (Myles) Eyal.
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CLASS OF 2006 GATHERS AFTER 10 YEARS “We had so much fun at the reunion,” exclaimed Svetlin Tintchev ’06. Over Thanksgiving weekend, alumni from the class of 2006 celebrated their 10 year reunion at Town Hall in Washington, D.C. Although many people are still in touch regularly, everyone said how nice it was to really catch up with old friends and classmates. A very special thank you to Paul Potemra ’06 who spearheaded the plans for the evening. Above photo, clockwise from upper left: Keith Cohen, Zack Harwood, Svetlin Tintchev, Allison Scheurer, Jennifer Nobil, Brooke Hollingsworth and Clarissa Moorhead. Right photo, back row: Jennifer Nobil, Brooke Hollingsworth, Rachael Yashar-Brown; front row: Clarissa Moorhead and Allison Scheurer.
ALUMNI RETURN FOR ANNUAL SOCCER GAME
Alumni from around the east coast reunited for the annual boys alumni soccer game on a sunny August morning. Back row, from left: Micah Cooks ’99, Mike Jelencovich ’95, Andres Parra ’99, Christian Parra, Scott Bettigole ’14, Neal Rosenthal ’98, Chris Mejia ’06, Jeff Rubin ’06, Geoff Gibson ’12, Kamar Saint-Louis ’11, Carl Tugberk ’98, Neill Ouska ’06, Tom Cowles ’00 and Marc Steren ’89 . Front row: Emmanuel Akinkoye, Sebastian Parra, Daniel Akinkoye ’11, Ali Mesbahi ’93, Jeff Bettigole ’08, Evan Alexander ’93, Matt Davis ’93, Chris Lathem ’07, Justin Johnson ’06 and Tod Fishburne ’87.
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CHRISTINE NOLAN ESSIG ’03
EXPLORING THE MANY PARALLELS BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE
Perhaps it’s not surprising to those who know Christine Nolan ’03 that she pursued a career in performing arts; the 2003 edition of Roll Call’s “In 20 Years” column even predicted that she would be on Broadway. Not only is she an accomplished theater actress— having performed on Broadway and other prestigious venues— but she also works at NASA in public relations, educating people about the mission of the James Webb Space Telescope. This blend is ideal for Christine, a self-described “avid space enthusiast, passionate about the innovation which occurs at
the intersection of the arts and sciences.” Christine has performed in many productions, but insists that playing Kim in Bye Bye Birdie in 8th grade on the Bullis Dining Hall stage is among her favorites. “I remember such great energy—everyone had fun,” she recalls. During Christine’s six years at Bullis she grew as an artist while the fine arts department evolved as well, with the construction of The Blair Family Center for the Arts in her senior year. As a singer in the Counterpoints group, a member of band
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and an actress in theater performances, Christine was exposed to different facets of performing arts. She says Bullis truly prepared her to pursue them. Among the first graduates to attend a music conservatory, she credits her teachers as “incredible—encouraging, constructive and particularly helpful in navigating the college audition and application process.” Christine attended the prestigious Boston Conservatory at Berklee, graduating in 2007 with a bachelor of fine arts degree and dreams to perform
on Broadway. Her unwavering tenacity and focus helped her dream come true when she landed an ensemble part in New York City Center’s production of Fanny, which she described as an “intense opportunity to perform on stage with actors I greatly admired.” Over the next seven years, Christine honed her craft, performing in revue concerts at Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center and shows in regional theaters nationwide. A professional and personal highlight was landing a role in the first national tour of the musical Hair, which opened
at The Kennedy Center and ended with a run on Broadway. “Working with some of the show’s original writers on the research process was really special for me,” she recalls. Reflecting on her time performing in Hair, she fondly remembers the wonderful spirit and camaraderie among her cast mates—who later joined together to perform “Let the Sun Shine In” at New York City’s 9/11 Memorial. When the Hair tour concluded, Christine returned to the Washington, D.C. area and married husband Richard Essig in July 2015. Since that time, she has immersed herself in the D.C. theater scene; in early 2016, she landed the lead role of Penelope Pennywise in Constellation Theatre’s production of Urinetown, which ran from August to October 2016. The Washington Post says Christine “stands out as one of the few apparent song-anddance-bred creatures in view, bringing belting force and a ripple of wit to the… role of Penelope Pennywise.” While Christine has not officially closed the door on performing, she sought a career with more stability in the field of science, a particular passion of hers. Knowing that NASA has a music and drama club, Christine submitted her resume, offering to help develop their program of connecting the parallels between science and the arts.
Her tenacity paid off when she was invited to speak at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center about that very topic. “I believe the arts and sciences work in tandem,” she says. “The arts are a wonderful tool that NASA uses more than people realize, in both a functional sense and to communicate NASA stories to the public.”
“THE ARTS ARE A WONDERFUL TOOL THAT NASA USES MORE THAN PEOPLE REALIZE, IN BOTH A FUNCTIONAL SENSE AND TO COMMUNICATE NASA STORIES TO THE PUBLIC.” —CHRISTINE ESSIG
During her Urinetown run, Christine began a job at NASA in public relations, educating people about the James Webb Space Telescope, which is currently being assembled and will be launched in 2018 from French Guiana. “The telescope will allow us to see the first stars and galaxies that formed billions of years ago and will tell us more about exoplanets and perhaps even find building blocks of life elsewhere in the universe.” “I wanted to use my creativity to help solve problems,” states Christine. “Working at NASA and performing on stage gives me an irresistible blend of creative and data-driven worlds. The confidence I gained through my experiences in life and particularly at Bullis has been incredibly influential over the years and really allowed me to achieve my dreams. I am proud of the School and the further development of the arts department since I have graduated. I know Bullis will continue inspiring students to pursue their dreams too,” Christine says.
Opposite page, left: Christine at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center; at right, recent head shot Top left: Christine’s senior portrait in the 2003 edition of Roll Call Top right: Portraying Penelope Pennywise in Constellation Theatre’s production of Urinetown in 2016. Above: Singing at the Finishing the Foundation groundbreaking ceremony for The Blair Family Center for the Arts in fall 2000, with Rajiv Weliwitigoda ’03 (left) and Timur Tugberk ’03.
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ANNE (FORD) BERKELEY ’99
EXPERIENCES ABROAD FOSTER NEW CAREER PATH Dr. Anne (Ford) Berkeley ’99 appreciated growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, particularly because of her exposure to many different cultures. “I always knew I wanted to travel and work overseas,” she says, “but I never could have imagined how influential those early experiences of family museum visits downtown and even just walking along Embassy Row would be in my life, eventually leading to my career as a naturopathic physician.” Initially, Anne had her heart set on international business. Upon graduation from Pennsylvania State University in 2003 with majors in international business and marketing, Anne moved to London, where she earned a master’s degree in international relations from Hult International Business School. After graduate school, she traveled extensively and found jobs along the way to support herself, including teaching English to children in Thailand, South Korea and India. Often located in remote, underprivileged areas, she was impressed with the many holistic practices that provided
effective natural healing. “In China and South Korea, I witnessed the healing power of acupuncture and herbs. In Thailand with Burmese refugees, I experienced the use of botanical medicine and in India I saw how nutrition and lifestyle can be used to heal the body,” she says. This inspired her to shift careers and combine similar practices with modern medicine to help people in the United States. When Anne returned to the U.S. in 2009, extensive research led her to focus on naturopathic medicine, which focuses on holistic, proactive prevention and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment. After two years of fulfilling pre-medical requirements, she completed four years of
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medical school as well as clinical training at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona. Anne is now a licensed and board-certified naturopathic physician. In October 2016, Anne opened her practice in Washington, D.C., with a focus on providing individualized healthcare for men, women, and children. She draws on her international experience to “blend ancient wisdom with modern science,” she says. Her practice addresses the underlying conditions that may prevent a patient from achieving optimal health. She currently offers programs for health and wellness: a
Vital Woman Program which seeks to increase energy and a Vital Pregnancy Program to enhance fertility. Reflecting on life since graduation from Bullis, Anne is mindful of important lessons learned in the classroom which continue to serve her. “Along with a strong educational foundation, hard work and dedication, Bullis taught me that anything is possible.” To learn more, visit www. medicinetothrive.com.
Top left: Anne’s senior portrait from the 1999 edition of Roll Call. Above, left: Anne alongside a young monk in Chiang Mai, Thailand. At right: Anne feeds a giraffe in Nairobi, Kenya.
BENJAMIN DONOGHUE ’02
Bullis Continues to Guide Long After Graduation Of all the lessons Ben Donoghue ’02 learned during his nine years at Bullis, self-discipline and commitment are the two that continue to serve him best. “I’m so proud to have attended Bullis and have had these traits instilled from a young age,” Ben says. “Whether on the lacrosse or football fields or in the classroom, and now as a police officer, I continue to apply these precepts with everything I do.” Following graduation, Ben found continued success as a studentathlete on the men’s lacrosse team at Brown University, from which he graduated in 2006. He entered law school at the University of Maryland in 2010, and during those three years of law school, he began strength training with a former Navy SEAL in Baltimore, who became a mentor and helped Ben to
realize his dream of working in public service as a police officer. “I realized that I thrive as part of a team and under high expectations,” he said. “I enjoyed the intellectual part of law, but I did not want to work as a lawyer.” After graduating law school in May 2013, Ben passed the Bar exam and began exploring options to join the police force. He endured nearly one year of physical training at the Police Academy and then joined the Anne Arundel County, Maryland police department. While Ben routinely rides alone during shifts, he describes the profession as having “very much a team feeling. You depend on each other to make it through each day as a unit.” The selfdiscipline that began at Bullis now helps Ben to be a proactive,
At left, Ben celebrates the lacrosse team’s 2016 IAC championship with Michael Chiaramonte ’17, Paul Davis ’04 and his daughter Molly and Ben’s brother, Nick Donoghue ’05; Ben’s senior portrait from the 2002 edition of Roll Call; From left, Ben was joined by his brother Nick ’05, former Athletic Director Mike DelGrande, his mother, former art teacher Deb Donoghue and Bullis teacher and boys varsity lacrosse coach Jeff Bellistri at Anne Arundel County’s Chamber of Commerce Annual Community Safety Awards ceremony.
motivated police officer who is willing to take on tough calls. This very quality brought Ben an incredible achievement: in September when he was recognized as Anne Arundel County’s Northern District Police Officer of the Year at the County’s Chamber of Commerce Annual Community Safety Awards ceremony. Receiving this honor so early in his career was humbling for Ben. “Sharing it with my family, including my mother, [ former Bullis art teacher] Deb Donoghue, my brother, Nick ’05 and Bullis coaches Mike DelGrande and Jeff Bellistri, was even more gratifying,” Ben says. “Coach DelGrande did so much for me, teaching me about discipline and commitment to a team through adversity. He always had high expectations
and I wanted him to know that what I do now really reflects the principles he taught me. Additionally, Coach Bellistri has been a great friend to my family and a great mentor; always giving advice and listening. Having them celebrate a pivotal time in my professional career was special,” he explains. Bullis has remained an integral part of Ben’s life. Most recently, Ben has served as an assistant coach for the varsity boys lacrosse team. Reflecting on his Bullis experience, he says, “I have always been proud of the School’s roots in service and I’m confident that Bullis’ influence has guided me to a career where I can serve the public and give back. For that, I am truly grateful.”
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Mystery Alumni Photos Can you identify the people in these photos? Email your answers by February 15 to: Jennifer (Hayman) Okun ’99 at email@example.com The first person to answer correctly will win a prize from the Alumni Office!
Answers to Mystery Photos from Spring/Summer 2016 Magazine Marc Pasternak ’86 correctly identified from left, Beatriz Garcia ’86, Marlo Davis ’86, Vicki Friedlander ’86 and Audrey Greenhouse ’86. Former English teacher and varsity boys soccer coach Mr. Doug London recognized from left, Lee Whetstone ’78, Graham Davis ’78, Sean Tuomey ’78, (himself- Doug London), Marc Snyder ’78 and Peter Ferrigno.
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’60 THOMAS CURTIS is enjoying his retirement after 38 years at Sirchie, a crime scene investigation and forensic science solutions company. As vice president, Tom was in charge of sales, new products and training in forensic science classes worldwide. Prior to joining Sirchie, Tom was a Naval aviator from 1967 to 1971. He currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.
’64 TOM SILLIMAN continues to love his work as an engineer and is CEO of Electronics Research, Inc. which supplies products for the radio and television industries, based in Chandler, Indiana. Tom is also a trained tower climber and rescuer and designs broadcast antennas, feed lines and filters for television and radio. His unique set of skills, including no fear of heights and his skill as a design engineer, have been featured on 20/20, the Discovery Channel and Ripley’s Believe it or Not, among many other programs. Currently, Tom is working on the final details of a contract to build an FM auxiliary antenna for The Empire State Building for all 19 FM stations operating from the building.
’68 ANDREW FARTHING is enjoying his retirement on the Cayman Islands, where he was granted residency in
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2009. He loves sailing, fishing, traveling and giving back to his community through pro bono service activities. Prior to his retirement, Andrew worked in consulting businesses on process improvements and information technology implementations. He and his wife have three adult children.
’86 ANNE SHANNON THOMPSON founded Savory Gal Chutneys in 2015, which makes and sells small-batch chutneys in and around Washington, D.C. In June, she was asked to host one of the featured tasting stations at the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington’s Awards Gala (RAMMYS) as well as several other food events in the D.C. area. Follow Anne and Savory Gal Chutneys on Twitter @chutneysrock and Instagram @savorygalchutneys.
’96 In 2010, DAVID SILBERT co-founded So What Else, an organization that strengthens communities through innovative youth programming and service-learning enrichment in under-served communities in the Washington, D.C. area. The organization began after David and his co-founder traveled to the lower 9th ward of New Orleans in 2009 and felt the emotional impact of taking part in philanthropic activism. They found themselves asking “So what else can we do to help?” So What Else hosts
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programs for children that focus on service work, educational work and giving back to their communities. For more information, please visit www. sowhatelse.org.
’97 ANDREW V. MARUSAK IV, his wife Theresa, and their daughter Madison, 4, are thrilled to welcome Andrew V. Marusak V to the family. He was born on August 21 and shares his name with four generations of Marusaks, including proud grandfather, Bullis alumnus and beloved teacher, Andrew V. Marusak III ’66. DARNELL “SPORTY” EVANS is really excited to return to Bullis this year as head JV coach of Bullis’ boys basketball team. This will be his 13th season coaching basketball, after nine years at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School and three years at Bishop Ireton High School. Additionally, Darnell just finished his third year coaching varsity football defensive backs at Quince Orchard High School. Darnell has two children, daughter Kendall, 6, and son Xavier, 3. This fall, MATTHEW ROSENBLATT began an exciting opportunity, joining The Friedson Group (a Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. team) in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Anyone interested in buying or selling a property in this area can contact Matt directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Matt and his wife Randi have two daughters, Jenna and Alexis.
’98 On June 14, CARL TUGBERK, his wife, Jen and their Spanish water dog, Barnaby, welcomed Hayden Sylvia Tugberk to the world. Hayden was born happy and healthy at 9 pounds 7 ounces. Carl joined TTR Sotheby’s International Realty as an associate broker at the beginning of the year, in addition to continuing his career as a securities attorney at the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.
’00 KATE CLUTE is in her fourth year of teaching at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India. This year she is teaching 2nd grade to students from several countries including the United States, England, South Korea, Norway and the United Kingdom. Kate says the best part of her job is spending the day with kids. AES is a one-toone iPad school and kids have their own blogs, know how to code and have designed their own video games. “I’m learning so much about integrating technology into the classroom in authentic ways,” Kate says. “I feel very lucky to teach in India because of the diverse student population.” JD DRISCOLL has had an exciting year. Earlier this year, he returned from his fifth overseas deployment with the United States Marine Corps, where he was the commanding officer of India Company, 3D Battalion, 8th Marines. Upon his return, JD and his wife Martha welcomed their first child, daughter Ivy
’64 Tom Silliman on a recent tower climb ’97 Madison and her little brother Andrew V. Marusak V, children of Andrew V. Marusak IV and his wife Theresa ’98 Carl Tugberk and his wife Jen, with their daughter Hayden and their Spanish Water dog Barnaby ’00 Kate Clute (back row, right) poses with her students at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India. ’00 JD Driscoll at his promotion to Major in the United States Marine Corps, with his mother Dianne, his wife Martha and their daughter Ivy
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ALUMNI Vivien Driscoll. In May, JD was promoted to major and in July, his family relocated to Buffalo, New York where he is currently serving as the inspector instructor for Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 25th Marines. JD returned to Bullis in June for the alumni crab feast and notes it was incredible to see how much the School has grown and yet still has the same old feeling. LINDSEY (GOODMAN) SIMPSON works as an aesthetician at Bespoke Aesthetics in Washington, D.C., consulting one-on-one with clients to understand their unique skincare needs and concerns and providing customized solutions to improve their skin, overall energy and well-being. Lindsey and her husband JOHN SIMPSON ’98 have two sons, Miles, 6 and Oliver, 3. Earlier this year BRIAN LUMPKIN joined RE/MAX Reality Services serving the Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. areas and was recently recognized as #40 out of the Top 100 producing agents with over 4,000 agents in the DC market place. Brian is also very excited to announce the launch of Lumpkin Residential in 2017. Best wishes to CARISSA MAGUIRE who married John FitzGerald Gaine in Kenmare, Ireland on June 22. Both Carissa and John are originally from Bethesda and part of large Irish families, so having the wedding in Ireland was particularly special. The couple resides in Washington, D.C. where Carissa works for the American College
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of Cardiology and John works for NASA. Five years after moving from New York City, TANNER CERAND reports that he is “still loving” Austin, Texas. A few years ago, Tanner accepted a position to build out the research team at Vista Equity Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in software and technology-enabled businesses. While work keeps Tanner busy, he recently traveled to Iceland to celebrate his 35th birthday. Tanner loves connecting with old friends, so drop him a line if you’re ever in Austin.
’01 MONIQUE CURRIE’S Washington Mystics jersey is hanging in the WNBA exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Monique played seven seasons with the Mystics from 2007-2014, and recently started her first season with the San Antonio Stars. Currently in the off-season, Monique is playing basketball in South Korea for Woori Bank Wibee. NICOLAS KVASNOVSKY left Arhaus furniture in September after several years to pursue a new opportunity as the senior account manager for Standard Business Furniture, an independent full-service furniture dealership based in Maryland. He says he is “so excited for this new venture!” Nick also had a great time catching up with many of his Bullis friends at the wedding of Frank Gravino ’01 in October.
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ERIN (FERRELL) HARPER has lived in Charlotte, North Carolina for 11 years since graduating from Wake Forest University in 2005. Erin received her master’s degree in educational leadership from Wingate University in North Carolina and currently is in her first year as Head of Lower School at Providence Day School, an independent K-12 school in Charlotte. Erin enjoys spending time with her friends and family, including her husband Ryan and their son Zane, 2. FRANK GRAVINO and Patricia Ryan were married October 8 in Minneapolis. Bullis alumni Nicolas Kvasnovsky ’01, Matthew Rosenfeld ’01, Jonathan Phillips ’01, Adam Wolk ’01 and Andrew Tillman ’01 were also in attendance to celebrate the happy couple. Frank and Patricia live in San Diego where he is a sales account manager at a software company and she is in regulatory affairs at a biotechnology company.
’04 Congratulations to MORGAN (KELLY) BURKE who completed her third marathon in Chicago, achieving a personal best time of 3:56:06 and raising money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Morgan and her husband Jordan Burke ’05 and their daughter Delaney, 2, live in Boston where she is the chief marketing officer at Green Piñata Toy Share, a toy rental subscription startup company. It’s a boy for PAUL DAVIS
BRAIN TEASER and his wife Whitney! The Davises welcomed their son Buckley William Davis on May 19, joining big sister Molly, 2. Paul is still in touch with many Bullis alumni and owns CrossFit Harbor East with Brandon Chasen ’04 and Moise Fokou ’04 and in September Paul and Scott Foulger ’04 acquired American Window and Building Cleaning, a commercial window washing company which services Maryland, Virginia and D.C. LAURA STEYER obtained her master’s in social work from Catholic University in 2013 and worked for the city of Alexandria, Virginia and in private practice for over a year. She returned to Bullis last year as an Admission associate and assistant girls lacrosse coach. Laura says she is so happy to be back at her alma mater, working with students on the field as well as with prospective Bullis families. On October 8, a team of family and friends led by CLAUDIA (BAHAR) LAY ’04 and Martin Bahar ’02 came together for the 8th consecutive year to remember Maddie Bahar ’01 by walking in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light The Night Walk at Rockville Town Square. Maddie’s Team was formed in 2009 after Maddie lost a ninemonth battle with plasma cell leukemia at the age of 25. Since then, Maddie’s siblings have led the team to raise more than $165,000 for the mission of LLS in memory of their sister. The Bahar family would like to thank all of the members of the Bullis community that have supported their efforts. To learn more,
’00 Carissa Maguire and her husband John Gaine on their wedding day in Kenmare, Ireland ’01 The WNBA Washington Mystics jersey worn by Monique Currie is on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Photo courtesy of the NMAAHC, Gift of Sheila C. Johnson. ’01 Frank Gravino and his wife Patricia at their wedding in October ’01 Erin (Ferrell) Harper proudly smiles with her husband Ryan and their son Zane, 2, in a recent family photo. ’04 Morgan (Kelly) Burke celebrates her completion of the Chicago marathon, along with her husband Jordan Burke ’05 and their daughter Delaney. ’04 Paul Davis is all smiles at the birth of his son Buckley.
’04 Claudia (Bahar) Lay, along with her husband Travis Lay ’04 (back row), her parents Laurel and Hadi Bahar (center) and family and friends, walked in The Lukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk in memory of Claudia and Martin Bahar’s ’02 sister, Maddie Bahar ’01.
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’05 CORY WATKINSON lives in New York City, where he is an account representative at Evoke Advertising. He still enjoys playing ice hockey, just as he did at Bullis and in college, and he now plays in an adult league in Manhattan. Cory graduated from the University of Delaware with a double major in business and finance and a minor in marketing.
’06 ANDREW FISHER and his wife Lauren have expanded their family with the joyful arrival of their first child, son Colton Ford Fisher, on September 8. Colton is also welcomed by his proud uncles Nathan Fisher ’10 and Nicholas Fisher ’12. Lauren and Andrew live in New Market, Maryland where Lauren is a teacher in Montgomery County and Andrew is operations manager for the Silver Spring urban district in Montgomery County. Best wishes to KEITH COHEN and Sarah Montaner who were married on September 24 in Vail, Colorado, and joined by family, friends and more than 30 Bullis alumni for the celebration. This fall, DAVID VAN VOORHEES relocated from Washington, D.C. to New York City where he began a new position as the director of enterprise sales at Yext, which Fortune Magazine recently named one of the country’s best small and medium workplaces
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for the third consecutive year. Yext helps business with the location cloud, enabling companies of all sizes to manage location data across their websites, mobile apps and internal systems. Prior to this, David worked in enterprise sales at Adobe for three years.
’07 DOUGLASS SILVERSTEIN married Shana Silverstein at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California on October 9. In attendance were several Bullis alumni, including Casey Fashouer ’07 and Brian Lee ’07 who served as Doug’s co-best men, and Jaime BernsteinAnsaldi ’07, Sammy Moskowitz ’06 and Doug’s sister Katie Silverstein ’12 who all had a blast dancing the night away!
’09 This fall, JONATHAN RICE began a two-year master’s degree program in professional communication at the University of San Francisco. Jon also works at the university as a senior admission officer in the Office of Undergraduate Admission and travels all over the country for recruitment. Follow Jon on Twitter @JonFRice. Following her graduation from the University of Rhode Island in 2015, JULIA WATKINSON spent a year in Israel as a MASA Teaching Fellow where she taught English to 5th and 6th grade Israeli students. Julia returned in July and moved to New York City where she began working at CESD Talent Agency.
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’10 Best wishes to NATHAN FISHER who is spending the year traveling cross country to the midwest and west coast. KAQUAN LITTLE graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta with a degree in marketing in 2015 and for the past two years has worked as a marketing communications specialist for AARP, Inc. in Washington, D.C.
’11 ALEX FRIEDLANDER had a successful first year as Bullis’ head JV football coach. Alex was also an assistant coach for the varsity football team, as well as an assistant coach for the Middle School football and basketball teams.
’12 KYLOR BELLISTRI graduated from Brown University in May with a major in business, entrepreneurship and organizations. At Brown, Kylor was a standout lacrosse player, earning All-American honors, being named a Scholar All-American and breaking the record for the most goals in a single season at Brown. Following graduation, Kylor played attack with Major League Lacrosse’s Boston Cannons. We’re thrilled to welcome SAMUEL THOMAS back to Bullis as a campus security officer. Sam graduated from the University of Maryland in May, where he received his bachelor’s degree in criminology
BRAIN TEASER and criminal justice. At UMD he was a College Park Public Leadership Scholar, combining leadership and community service, and a peer advisor in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. He also interned at the Department of Homeland Security Office of Infrastructure Protection. NICHOLAS FISHER is a senior at High Point University and will graduate in spring 2017 with a degree in physical education and a minor in coaching.
’13 Congratulations to BROOKE GUTSCHICK who was one of six seniors to win the Linnaean Award at Gettysburg College for contributions to the school community. Brooke is president of the senior class at Gettysburg and will graduate in spring 2017. In October, Brooke and Amy Yang ’13 hosted a panel for Bullis juniors who visited Gettysburg as part of their Experiential Education trip. NICHOLAS FIELDS was named co-captain of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team. Nick is a senior majoring in economics and minoring in entrepreneurship and management. DAVID FIREMAN is a senior at the University of Michigan where for the past two years he has worked in the Burn Trauma and Regenerative Medicine lab, run through the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University’s hospital. The focus of David’s research in the lab is translational medical research, which benefits patients clinically.
’06 More than 30 alumni celebrated at the wedding of Keith Cohen over the summer ’06 Colton Ford Fisher, son of Andrew Fisher and his wife Lauren ’07 Douglass Silverstein (back row, far left) and his wife Shana, surrounded by friends and family including Brian Lee ’07, Casey Fashouer ’07, Sammy Moskowitz ’06, Katie Silverstein ’12 and Jaime Bernstein-Ansaldi ’07 at their wedding in Santa Barbara ’13 Brooke Gutschick (far right) and Amy Yang ’13 (second from left) with two classmates from Gettysburg College, speaking to a group of Bullis juniors during a college visit this fall. Alumni from the ’00s and ’10s gather for their annual Thanksgiving morning hockey game.
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David feels honored to have made significant contributions to the projects, receiving publication credit in various medical and scientific journals. He will graduate in spring 2017 with a degree in biomedical engineering. SEAN WATKINSON starred in “All Shook Up,” featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, at Florida State University’s School of Theatre this fall. At Florida State, Sean has also appeared in “Legally Blonde” among other productions.
’14 CAITLIN MCMAHON transferred from Jacksonville University to the University of Delaware where she joined the Blue Hens womens lacrosse team. During her freshman year at Jacksonville, Caitlin was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team while Jacksonville won the league championship title. Caitlin is majoring in health behavior science with a minor in strength and conditioning and intends to become an athletic trainer.
’15 SARAH HOLLIDAY is a sophomore at the University of Maryland and has had a successful season as the goalkeeper for the Terps’ women’s field hockey team,
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ranking fourth in the league in saves and being named Defensive Player of the Week in late September.
’16 ANDREW GOLDBERG is currently a freshman at the University of Rochester where he is studying business finance and is involved with debate club and a financial investment club. In early October, Andrew met with Dr. Sara Romeyn and a group of Bullis students who took a tour to learn more about the School. Congratulations to CAMERON BROWN who was named the first true freshman at Pennsylvania State University to post double figures in tackles since 2010. Cam plays outside linebacker for the Nittany Lions.
IN MEMORIAM Capt. William Henry Hamilton Jr. (Ret.) ’45 Col. Joseph T. Griffin Jr. ’46 (Ret.) William W. Bonneville ’50 Carton B. Kraft ’54 Dr. John O. Bennett ’57 Charles E. Laskey ’60 Bullis staff Carlos Acha Dr. Constance V. Giles, mother of Ian Giles ’13
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VARIOUS YEARS In early October, Kylor Bellistri ’12, Mitchell Goldberg ’13, Nicholas Fields ’13, Alex Robinson ’14 and Paul Steel ’16 all took part in HEADstrong’s Nicholas Colleluori Classic Baltimore at Johns Hopkins University, a special collegiate men’s lacrosse event honoring the life and legacy of Nick “HEAD” Colleluori, a college lacrosse player who passed away from non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. The alumni were joined by Bullis Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach Jeff Bellistri.
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’16 Andrew Goldberg ’16 (center) catches up with Will Evans ’18 (right) and Tomas Yang ’18 (left) over lunch at the University of Rochester. Kylor Bellistri ’12, Drew Petkevich ’15 and Mitchell Goldberg ’13 catch up with boys lacrosse coach Jeff Bellistri at HEADstrong’s Nicholas Colleluori Classic Baltimore at Johns Hopkins University in October.
Exotic travels in the works?
Relocating? Expanding your family?
YOUR CLASSMATES AND FRIENDS WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! To include your news in the next Bullis Magazine Class Notes, send information to Assistant Director of Alumni and Events Jennifer Hayman Okun ’99 at: email@example.com. High resolution photos (JPEG format) are welcome. Deadline is May 1, 2017 for the spring-summer magazine.
UPCOMING EVENTS JANUARY 5 | Young Alumni Open House | 12:00-2:00 p.m. (classes of 2012-2016) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch in the Commons 1:00 p.m. Group Photo in the Commons 2:00 p.m. Tour Discovery Center Construction Site MAY 12 | Alumni Jerry May Golf Tournament | 12:00 p.m. JUNE 5 | Graduation | 7:30 p.m. JUNE 9 | Alumni Crab Feast | 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Check bullis.org/calendar for additional events.
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Alumni Staff in Facts and Figures 40 YEARS Combined as Bullis Students
Laura Steyer ’04
*Pictured below, from left, back row, Andy Marusak ’66, Sam Thomas ’12, Marc Steren ’89; front, Jennifer Hayman Okun ’99, Kate Ramella ’99, Laura Steyer ’04 and Andres Parra ’99. Not pictured: Kira Orr ’93
19,853* *approximate tally
bar bouncer, Founder of ZebraPass, celebrity publicist, professional basketball player
Andy Marusak ’66
Favorite Bullis Traditions
Alumni on the Bullis Staff
Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
School Lunches Eaten
Combined as Bullis Staff Members
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Favorite Former or Side Jobs
INDUCTEES: Andy Marusak ’66 (basketball, football) Marc Steren ’89 (basketball) Kira Orr ’93 (basketball) Andres Parra ’99 (soccer)
Fluent Foreign Language Speakers
family style lunches, senior privileges, all-school assemblies, singing the Alma Mater
Report of Annual Giving
PERSPECTIVES: EXEC. DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT | Joanne Szadkowski
THE FINAL PHASE
Last school year was groundbreaking in many ways—including the beginning of construction on the Discovery Center—and this year we continue to build Bullis in all its aspects. Our signature programs expand and thrive, our enrollment is the largest we have ever seen, our campus has stunning new features, and an incredible building is rising up before our very eyes! The Creating a Legacy of Leadership campaign continues too, and we invite all families to participate as we reach the all-important final stretch. Every day we are closer to our goal, having raised over $24M of the $27M needed, and we are on schedule to open what will be an amazing educational facility in the fall of 2017. If you haven’t yet given to the campaign, please consider a gift now to join the hundreds whose names will be proudly displayed on the donor wall in the Discovery Center lobby.
Joanne Szadkowski, left, with Trustee Emeritus Bruce Kogod, P’99, ’01 and his bulldog Bella on Founders Day.
“This is our school to build.”
Another significant component of Bullis is our annual giving program, now The Bullis Fund. Each year the money raised goes immediately into programs, materials, campus needs, financial aid and more to ensure that every Bullis student has an exceptional educational experience. Our goal this year is $1.2M—and we need every family’s participation to achieve it. Already 100% of our faculty and staff have given to this year’s Bullis Fund. We are proudly among a very few independent schools who can boast such tremendous support! Please join the ranks of the many staff, parents, alumni, grandparents and friends of Bullis who continue to expand our culture of philanthropy by giving to both the capital campaign and The Bullis Fund. This is our school to build—we are one Bullis!— and together we can create something truly extraordinary. Sincerely,
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Honor Roll of Lifetime Giving to Bullis It is with great pleasure that we recognize those donors who, throughout the years, have made Bullis a top philanthropic priority. In our strategic plan and through the continuing efforts of the Bullis Board of Trustees, we have emphasized the important goal of “building a culture of philanthropy” at Bullis. As you can see from these pages, together we have made incredible strides towards achieving this goal. Thank you to those individuals, families, foundations and corporations whose philanthropy has made such a positive impact on our school.
$1,000,000+ Mr. & Mrs. Andrew ’86 Blair Mr. & Mrs. David ’87 Blair Ms. Jennifer Blair ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Blair The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation The Glenstone Foundation, Mitchell P. Rales, Founder The Marriott Family J. Willard Marriott Foundation Mr. & Mrs. J. Willard Marriott, Jr. Mrs. Abby S. Moffat Mrs. Diana Davis Spencer Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. David J. Trone
$500,000-$999,999 Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Hanley Mr. & Mrs. Ronald T. Harrison Ms. Nicolette Howard Mr. Ronald Howard Mr. Xin Huang Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kay Mr. Bradford S. Kline ’72 & Mrs. Theresa Kline Mr. & Mrs. Alan L. Meltzer Ms. Lyn G. Rales Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell P. Rales Mr. & Mrs. Milton C. Theo
$250,000-$499,999 Anonymous (Chinese family) Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Brandaleone Mr. & Mrs. David A. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Caulfield BULLIS | www.bullis.org
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Coakley Williams Construction, Inc Edward E. Ford Foundation Dr. William E. Fogle & Mrs. Marilyn Wun-Fogle Mr. Jerome Friedlander MKing Region Group LLC Mr. Bruce Kogod & Family Ms. Jeannette Lee Mr. Biao Li & Family Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Mars Mr. & Mrs. David H. Pensky Dr. & Mrs. Rakesh C. Sahni Sapius, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Tighe Mr. John N. Vassos ’80 & Mrs. Joan Vassos Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Weinberger Mr. & Mrs. Shelton Zuckerman
$100,000-$249,000 Mr. & Mrs. Gary Abramson The Abramson Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. Robert C. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Bartlett, III Ms. Sally Biederman ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. Braun Bullis Parents Association The Carlynn and Lawrence Silverman Family Foundation Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Cohen The David S. Stone Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Barry Dickstein Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Downey Mr. Dudley C. Dworken ’68 & Mrs. Karen D. Dworken Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Dr. & Mrs. Ashraf A. Elattar Mr. & Mrs. David Fink
The Funger Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Garchik Garchik Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Goldberg Ms. Ilene Gordon Mr. Thomas Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle The Hanley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Lamont Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Harwood Mr. John D. Howard & Mrs. Lorna M. Brett Howard Mr. Artis G. Isaac Mrs. Karen Isaac Mr. & Mrs. David W. Jackson The James M. Johnston Trust Dr. Richard K. Jung & Dr. Janice K. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Marriott Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Marriott Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Allan D. McKelvie Mr. Christopher Nordeen BGen Lewis S. Norman, Jr., USAF (Ret.) ’39 Mrs. Geraldine W. Novak Mr. & Mrs. Gary M. Parsons Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Phillips Phillips Publishing International, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Pingho Potomac Theatre Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew W. Prescott The Honorable & Mrs. James F. Rill, Sr. The Schuble Family Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Steed Mr. Kenneth Thompson Dr. Amy Weinberg & Dr. Norbert Hornstein Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wisnosky
Please note that this Honor Roll of Lifetime Giving (cumulative giving) to Bullis encompasses all cash and in-kind gifts to the gym project, The Marriott Family Library, The Blair Family Center for the Arts, Kline Alumni Stadium, Creating a Legacy of Leadership campaign, capital projects, endowment and Annual Fund.
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Total Voluntary Support to Bullis, 2015-2016 Annual Fund $870,698 Bullis Gala 2016 $283,278 Capital/Restricted $4,550,255
Total Support $5,704,231 Trustee Support Annual Fund
The Board of Trustees achieved 100% participation in the Annual Fund. Parent Support Annual Fund
The PA Board achieved 100% participation in the Annual Fund Alumni Support Annual Fund Faculty and Staff Support Annual Fund
The Faculty and Staff achieved 100% participation in the Annual Fund. Bullis School Endowment Bullis Schoolâ€™s endowment was $10,077,108 as of June 30, 2016. Gifts were received between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Annual Fund figures reflect unrestricted gifts received during fiscal 2015-2016 to fund current operations. We have made every effort to ensure that this report is accurate. If you find an error, please notify the Advancement Office at 301-634-3697 so that we may update our records.
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Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Annual Revenues and Expenses
Operating Revenues Tuition & Fees Activities & Auxiliary Endowment & Investments Contributions Summer Programs Other Total
Dollar Percentage $23,548,596 79% $2,184,801 7% $918,616 3% $1,292,965 4% $1,371,909 5% $410,743 2% $29,727,630 100%
Operating Expenses Instructional Instructional Support & Auxiliary General & Administrative Summer Programs Debt Service Technology & Facilities Total
Dollar Percentage $16,052,896 58% $2,991,353 11% $5,166,399 18% $1,170,000 4% $628,301 2% $1,895,283 7% $27,904,283 100%
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Donors By Giving Category Special thanks to all those who made gifts to the 2015-2016 Annual Fund. BULLIS CIRCLE ($50,000.00 +) Anonymous (1) Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kay Mrs. Abby S. Moffat Mrs. Diana Davis Spencer Mr. & Mrs. David J. Trone The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE ($25,000.00 +) Mr. & Mrs. Milton C. Theo Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Weinberger FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE ($10,000.00 +) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Caulfield Mrs. Maria Ferris Mrs. Nancy S. Ferris Mr. & Mrs. David Fink Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Hanley Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Mars Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rudman Mr. William B. Schwartz & Mrs. Lorraine H. Reale Mr. & Mrs. Neal Simon Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wisnosky COMMANDER’S CIRCLE ($5,000.00 +) Anonymous (1) Mr. & Mrs. Andrew L. ’86 Blair Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Cohen Mr. John M. Engel, III & Ms. Ioana Hussiada Dr. Gary S. Friedlander ’79 & Mrs. Deborah Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. Adam Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Gross Mr. Jonathan Halle ’88 & Mrs. Alisa S. Halle Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle Dr. Ellen V. Krieger & Mr. Gary P. Ratner
Mr. & Mrs. Kent LaMotta Mrs. Katharine Latimer & Mr. Richard Slaten Mr. & Mrs. George P. Mavrikes Mr. & Mrs. Keith McIntosh Mr. & Mrs. Duane C. McKnight Mr. & Mrs. Alan L. Meltzer Mr. & Mrs. Mark Morris Ms. Susan K. Neely Ms. Hilary Rosen Dr. & Mrs. Rubar Sandi Mr. & Mrs. Devin Schain The Schuble Family Mr. Keith Teel & Ms. Rebecca Snow Mr. & Mrs. John B. Strittmatter Mr. James B. Trimble Mr. Hua Yu & Ms. Xiaodong Xu HEAD OF SCHOOL’S CIRCLE ($1,930.00 +) Anonymous (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Accardi Mr. & Mrs. Misbah Ahdab Mr. & Mrs. David J. Andreadis Ms. Nancy Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Brett Bernstein Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Boarman Mr. George Borden & Ms. Gina Maloney Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. Braun Mr. & Mrs. Macon Brock Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Caldeira Mr. & Mrs. John M. Camp, III Mr. Richard W. Camp ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Brett Carmel Mr. & Mrs. Karl W. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Craig Cohen Ms. Diana Daniels Ms. Heather Drummond & Mr. Richard Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Tony Everett Dr. & Ms. Rob Finkel Dr. & Mrs. George A. Folsom Mr. & Mrs. Todd Foreman Mr. Jerome Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. James E. Frye Mrs. Nicole Geifman ’89 & Mr. Jeffrey Geifman Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Gilbert
Mr. & Mrs. Jim V. Gramm Mrs. Jamie Gravino & Mr. Richard Samit Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Heymann Mr. & Ms. Christopher Hoverman Mr. Bruce Jansa ’15 Mr. Michael L. Jansa & Ms. Banu Qureshi Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kantor Mr. Mark Smith & Ms. Joan Kelly-Smith Mr. James Lemon Dr. Karen & Mr. Kevin Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Richard Maggin Mr. & Mrs. David D. McCready Mr. & Mrs. James McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Allan D. McKelvie Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Melrod Mr. Brad L. Mendelson ’84 & Mrs. Holly Mendelson Mr. Ted Patch & Ms. Tracey Smith Mr. & Mrs. David Pepper Mr. Andrew Pitzer Mr. & Mrs. Michael Priddy Dr. Dong Qin & Dr. Lizhu Zhou Mr. & Mrs. Jack Quinn Dr. & Mrs. Moeen A. Qureshi Dr. & Mrs. Adam Reinhart Ms. Molly Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Eric I. Richman Mr. Jim Roumell & Ms. Debbie Billet-Roumell Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Schruefer Mr. Daniel Shiff Mr. & Mrs. James W. Smith, III Mr. Richard A. Stein Ms. Audrey M. Sugimura & Mr. Brian E. Ferguson Ms. Susan Thompson Mr. Cheng Wang & Mrs. Hui You Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Ward Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Widerlite Mr. & Mrs. Blair Willing Mr. & Mrs. John Yeatman Mrs. Laura Zaimi & Mr. James Roof Mrs. Qing Zhou & Mr. HongJia Wang BLUE AND GOLD CIRCLE ($500.00 +) Anonymous (1)
Mr. Phillip Akins & Ms. Nicole Laframboise Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Alleman Mr. & Mrs. John Barpoulis Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Barron Mr. & Mrs. Avi Benaim Mr. & Mrs. Glen Berman Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Blanc Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Bonham Mr. & Mrs. Les Bookoff Mr. & Mrs. Nigel Brazier Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brille Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Brown Mr. & Mrs. Brad Buckles Mr. & Mrs. David Buerger Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis ’54 & Mrs. Judith T. Bullis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Butland Mr. Raymond Butler Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Califano Mr. & Mrs. John Campanella Ms. Amy Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Frank Campbell Mr. John L. Carlin, Jr. Dr. Inder Chawla Mr. Geider Chen Mr. Dal Clayton Mr. Barry S. Cohen ’61 & Mrs. Marlene Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Brad Cohen Mrs. Michelle R. Cohen ’87 & Mr. David H. Cohen ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Charles* Coleman Mr. Lanny Davis & Mrs. Carolyn Atwell-Davis Mrs. Dana Davis Mitchell & Mr. James Mitchell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Day Mr. & Mrs. Llewellyn DMello Mr. Dudley C. Dworken ’68 & Mrs. Karen D. Dworken Mr. Matthew Eichner & Ms. Mary Ferranti Mr. & Mrs. Dean Eisen Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Eyles Dr. Jane Fang & Dr. Jian Wang Dr. & Mrs. Joel Fechter Mr. & Mrs. Brett D. Freeman Mr. Eric T. Frye & Ms. Irina Kichigina Mr. & Mrs. John W. Galbreath, II
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Mr. & Mrs. Olandis Gary Mr. & Mrs. William L. Gibson Ms. Suzanne Glassman & Dr. Bruce Glassman Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Goldberg Ms. Zoe Goldberg ’13 Mr. Seth Goodman ’95 & Mrs. Kelly Goodman Mrs. Emily Goodman Binick ’97 & Mr. Kenneth Binick Mr. & Mrs. Lenny Gordon Mr. & Mrs. William Gosnell Mr. & Mrs. Steve Gross Mrs. Weilan Guan & Mr. Zhijian Hu Mr. & Mrs. John A. Harris Ms. Darlene Haught Mr. & Mrs. John E. Havas Mr. John Hoel Mrs. Sally Hottle Ms. Jing Hua Huang Ms. Kristin Huffman & Mr. Robert Lotstein Mr. Todd Fulmer & Mrs. Deborah Huguely Fulmer Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hunter Ms. Maxine C. Janes ’06 Mr. & Mrs. William S. Janes Mr. Jun Ji & Mrs. XiaoHan Pan Mr. & Mrs. Michael Jones Mr. & Mrs. Lee Jundanian Dr. Richard K. Jung & Dr. Janice K. Anderson Mr. Steven Karalekas ’61 & Mrs. Tina Karalekas Mr. & Mrs. Brian Katz Professor Zaza Kavteladze & Mrs. Elena Volkova Mr. Dheeraj Khera & Ms. Tripti Sinha
Ms. Shirley Kirkwood & Mr. Julian Cox Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Koenig Mr. JP Lavalleye & Mrs. Lesley Lavalleye Mr. Brian Lavin ’98 & Mrs. Leah Lavin Mr. David M. Leahy Mr. & Mrs. Evan Leo Mr. & Mrs. Steven Lewis Mr. Robert J. Linehan & Ms. Claudia M. Meer Mr. Rilong Liu & Mrs. Yuhui Zhang Mr. & Mrs. Tyrone S. Lloyd Mr. Dianwei Lu & Mrs. Qiaoliang Hao Mr. Mingrong Lu & Mrs. Shaoqing Liu Mr. Jay F. Luchs Mr. & Mrs. David Maged Mr. & Mrs. Walter Magruder Jr. Dr. Arvin Malkani ’92 & Mrs. Manju Malkani Mr. & Mrs. Jeng Mao Mr. Jonathan Mars ’09 Mr. & Mrs. James B. Martin Mr. Tom McCally & Mrs. Ande Torgerson McCally Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Mekhaya Mr. & Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Moore Mr. & Mrs. Don Moran Dr. Marilyn & Mr. Romerio Moreno Ms. Cindy Nachman-Senders & Mr. John Rosen Mr. Christopher Nordeen Mr. & Mrs. Charles K. Nulsen, III Dr. Chuck Nwosu & Mrs. Pauletta Rowser-Nwosu Dr. & Mrs. Charles Obioha Ms. Ann O’Donoghue & Mr. Jay Hardgrove Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Olszewski
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Mr. & Mrs. Michael O’Neil, Jr. Ms. Kira R. Orr ’93 Mrs. Blaire Osborn & Mr. Geoff Birchard Mr. & Mrs. Scott Overall Mr. & Mrs. L. Scott S. Peel Mrs. Glaucia Petcov Demblowski & Mr. Denis Demblowski Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Polun Mr. & Mrs. Joel Poretsky Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Psacharopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ravitch Dr. & Mrs. J. Michael Reidy Mr. & Mrs. Randall Reiner Mr. & Mrs. James L. Rianhard Mr. & Mrs. Roy Rodman Dr. Sara Romeyn & Mr. Timothy G. Evans Mr. & Mrs. David Rothenstein Mr. & Mrs. Sam Rubenstein Mr. & Mrs. David Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Gerald H. Schaeffer Ms. Allison Scheurer ’06 Mr. & Mrs. John M. Scheurer Mr. & Mrs. Jim Schumacher Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Shorb Mr. & Mrs. Eric Siegel Dr. & Mrs. Howard Silby Mr. Clayton R. Simmers, II ’88 & Mrs. Susan Simmers Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Mark B. Smith Dr. & Mrs. Ifeolumipo Sofola Mr. & Mrs. Sompodh Sripoom Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Steele Mr. Marc N. Steren ’89 & Mrs. Stephanie Steren Mr. & Mrs. Dustin Swartz Ms. Joanne Szadkowski
Mr. & Mrs. John Tabor Ms. Susan Thomas The Honorable & Mrs. Ralph G. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. William E. Timmons, Sr. Mr. James Townsend Mr. Scott Vincent & Ms. Amy Bauer Mr. & Mrs. Greg Wakeman Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Walsh Ms. Allison Walther Mr. Hua Wang & Mrs. Qunwu Sun Mr. & Mrs. Dell D. Warren, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Warsaw Ms. Cheryl Weaver Mr. & Mrs. Scott Welch Ms. Deb White Ms. Joyce L. Williams Dr. Thomas Yau & Dr. Linda Yau Mr. Jaehyung Yoon & Mrs. Su Young Park-Yoon Mrs. Jiu Hong Zhang & Mr. Hui Zhang Mr. Yaosong Zhang Mr. Matt Zimmer & Ms. Devin Cheema Mr. & Mrs. Alan Zuckerman Dr. Naomi Zuckerman & Dr. Lester Zuckerman HONOR CIRCLE ($100.00 +) Anonymous (3) Mr. Brian D. Aaron Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Abernethy Mr. & Mrs. Augustine A. Agege Mr. & Mrs. Olatunji Akiwowo Mr. & Mrs. Brian Albertini Ms. Linda Allen Ms. Melissa Alpeter Blair Mr. Ernest J. Anderson, Jr. ’54 &
Mrs. Kathleen Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Paul Anderson Mrs. Runaka & Mr. Kevin Anderson Mr. Richard A. Armstrong, Jr. ’70 Mr. Adam J. Arnold ’95 & Mrs. Mimi Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Howard Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Bryce Arrowood Ms. Elizabeth Aschenbach Mr. Kenneth D. Auerbach & Mrs. Judith S. Shapiro-Auerbach Dr. & Mrs. Duruhan Badraslioglu Mr. & Mrs. James Bair Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Bambeck Mr. Nicholas Barpoulis ’13 Mr. & Mrs. Barry Bass Ms. Kelly Baxter & Mr. Ned Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. Jay Beam Dr. Joyce & Dr. Robert Beck Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Beckman Mr. Christian R. Beers ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Bellistri Mr. & Mrs. Morton Bender Ms. Marian C. Bennett, Esq. Mr. Austin R. Berk ’00 & Ms. Jamie Berk Ms. Meredith A. Berman ’90 Mrs. Renee Berry & Mr. Michael Berry Ms. Adilah Bilal Mr. & Mrs. S. E. Bissey Mr. Bradley Bobrow ’08 Mr. & Mrs. John Bolden Mr. & Mrs. Brandon Booth Ms. Caryn L. Boyd & Mr. Anthony Dorsey Mr. & Mrs. Steven N. Bralower Mr. & Mrs. Guy A. Bramble Mr. J. Clay Britt, Jr. ’79 & Mrs. Mary Britt Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Brodkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. Errol Brown & Mrs. Leigh Giles-Brown Ms. Lynn M. Brown ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Russell Brunner Mr. & Mrs. Brian Caine Mr. Preston Carmon Mrs. Jody Chapin Mr. Michael W. Chellman & Ms. Suzanne Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Cilento Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Citren Mr. Jessie Clancey Mr. & Mrs. William F. Clement Mrs. Julie A. Coan ’83 & Mr. Peter Coan Mr. William Collins & Dr. Tanya Agurs-Collins Mrs. Jennifer Cooper Mr. & Ms. Robert E. Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Russell Crawford Mr. & Mrs. Donrole Cyprien Mr. Corrado Dal Forno & Ms. Julie Finigan-Dal Forno Mr. William C. Dana ’49 Mr. Angelo Daniels Mrs. Faith Darling &
Mr. Alexander Lourie Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Dayhoff Mr. & Mrs. James Dickie Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Dixson Mr. & Mrs. Scott Douglass Mr. Pierre Duliepre Mr. Robert Duncan Mrs. Doan Duong Mr. & Mrs. Martin Durbin Mr. Bill W. Edmunds, Jr. ’89 & Ms. Carol L. Edmunds Dr. & Mrs. Harold Eist Mr. & Mrs. Jason M. Eist Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Elhom Sr. Mr. Matthew S. Elliott ’99 Dr. Mofolasayo Eniola & Mr. Sanni Eniola Mr. & Mrs. Steve Fairbanks Mr. Armond J. Farrar Mr. & Ms. Robert Ferrara Mr. Alec S. Fink ’14 Mr. Gregory L. Fink ’10 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Fishman Mr. Peter J. FitzGerald ’50 & Mrs. Jerry FitzGerald Ms. Joy Foust Colburn & Mr. Mark Colburn Ms. Marcia Franklin Mrs. Audrey G. Friedlander ’86 & Mr. Jonathan K. Friedlander ’82 Ms. Melanie E. Friedlander ’14 Dr. Sharon Fries-Britt & Dr. Ned Britt, Jr. Mrs. Holly Funger Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gates Mr. & Mrs. Roger K. Gelb Ms. Rita Gerharz Mr. Anthony Giles & Dr. Constance Giles* Mr. & Mrs. Barry Goldsmith Mr. Nathan Gordon Mr. C. Hunter Gosnell ’06 Ms. Stacie Gottlieb Dr. Charles L. Graham Ms. Lisa Gray & Mr. David Sjogren Ms. Zane Gray LTC Allen M. Green, USAF (Ret.) ’71 & Mrs. Gail Green Mrs. Shannon L. Green ’90 & Mr. Daniel Green Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Greenawalt Mr. Richard Greenberg ’94 & Mrs. Amy J. Greenberg ’94 Mr. & Mrs. Damian Greenleaf Mr. & Mrs. Louis Greenstein Ms. Christine M. Gresham, Esq. ’91 Ms. Minhua Guan Dr. & Mrs. Irvin Guterman Ms. Jennifer Hale Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Hanson Mr. Howard H. Harrigan ’53 Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Harris Ms. Tracy S. Harris Mr. Robert C. Harrison ’56 Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hashemi Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Haskins Sr. Ms. Maris Hawkins
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Hays Dr. Paul Heins Ms. Laura Heninger Mrs. Molly D. Herman ’97 & Mr. Robert Herman Mr. Reginald T. Herron & Ms. Brigitte W. Johnson-Herron Mr. & Mrs. Timothy C. Hester Mr. & Mrs. Donnie V. Hinton Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoch Mrs. Peggy Hoel Mr. Frederick Holcomb Mr. & Ms. Mark Hollars Mr. & Ms. Edwards Holliday Ms. Jean Hopkins & Ms. Charlotte Happle Ms. Elizabeth Horich Mr. & Mrs. John Hosmer Mr. & Mrs. Bart Hosmer Mr. & Mrs. William E. Houston Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Huguely Mr. Howard Humphries ’62 Mr. James E. Hurson ’81 & Mrs. Kellie Hurson Mr. Clarence Ingram Mr. Mark James Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Jan Mr. & Mrs. Lee Jarmon, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Lance Jeffers
Mrs. Karen Johnson-Norman & Mr. Percy Norman Mr. Jahansooz Jomehri ’78 Mr. Joseph Jones Mrs. Debra & Mr. Michael Joram Mr. & Mrs. Allen Kabiri Mr. Jonathan A. Kaplan & Ms. Jill S. Wilkins Dr. Jason Katzen ’98 & Mrs. Lori Katzen Mr. & Mrs. Larry Law Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kelley Mr. Jason Kezmarsky Mr. & Mrs. David King Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kittel Ms. Kelly Kleifges ’11 Dr. Peter Z. Konigsberg & Dr. Renee Hanson Mr. Paul Koziel Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kramer Mr. Daniel LaChina Mr. & Mrs. Richard Landry Mr. & Mrs. John Lane Mr. Richard E. Lankford ’68 & Mrs. Bonita Lankford Mr. & Mrs. Didier LeConte Mr. Arthur Lee Mr. William N. Lerch ’59 & Mrs. Mary Theresa Lerch
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Current Parent Donors The generosity of our parents provides the invaluable support that makes a Bullis education so unique. Class of 2016 56% participation Anonymous (7) Mr. & Mrs. Augustine A. Agege Mr. & Mrs. David J. Andreadis Mr. & Mrs. Glen Berman Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. & Mrs. Ramon A. Cala Mrs. Jody Chapin Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Cohen Mrs. Michelle R. Cohen ’87 & Mr. David H. Cohen ’87 Mr. William Collins & Dr. Tanya Agurs-Collins Mr. Lanny Davis & Mrs. Carolyn Atwell-Davis Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Day Mr. Matthew Eichner & Ms. Mary Ferranti Mr. & Mrs. David A. Fishman Ms. Rita Gerharz Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Barry Goldsmith Mr. & Mrs. William Gosnell Mr. & Mrs. Adam Greenberg Ms. Minhua Guan Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hashemi Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Haskins, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Heymann Mr. & Mrs. Donnie V. Hinton Ms. Kristin Huffman & Mr. Robert Lotstein Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Humphries Mr. Michael L. Jansa & Ms. Banu Qureshi Dr. Ellen V. Krieger & Mr. Gary P. Ratner Mr. & Mrs. John Lane Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder Mr. & Mrs. Evan Leo Mr. Mingrong Lu & Mrs. Shaoqing Liu Mr. & Mrs. John Markovs Mr. & Mrs. James B. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Keith McIntosh Mr. & Mrs. James McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Melrod Mr. & Mrs. Don Moran Mr. & Mrs. Mark Morris Dr. & Mrs. Bahram Nasehi Mr. & Mrs. Scott Overall Mr. Ted Patch & Ms. Tracey Smith Mr. & Mrs. L. Scott S. Peel Dr. & Mrs. John M. Petkevich Mr. & Mrs. Michael Priddy Dr. & Mrs. Michael Ribera Mr. & Mrs. Rory Schick Mr. & Mrs. Neal Simon Mr. & Mrs. Scott Snowberger Mr. Richard A. Stein
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Mr. Scott Vincent & Ms. Amy Bauer Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Weinberger Mr. Hua Yu & Ms. Xiaodong Xu Mrs. Qing Zhou & Mr. HongJia Wang
Class of 2017 61% participation Anonymous (6) Mr. & Mrs. Olatunji Akiwowo Mr. & Mrs. David J. Andreadis Dr. & Mrs. Duruhan Badraslioglu Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Barry Bass Ms. Kelly Baxter & Mr. Ned Wheeler Mr. Andrew L. Blair ’86 & Mrs. Kerry A. Blair Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. Braun Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. Errol Brown & Mrs. Leigh Giles-Brown Mr. & Mrs. Frank Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Craig Cohen Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Conrad, III Mr. & Ms. Robert E. Cooper Ms. Diana Daniels Mr. & Mrs. Francisco Del Rosario Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Elhom Sr. Dr. & Ms. Rob Finkel Mrs. Audrey G. Friedlander ’86 & Mr. Jonathan K. Friedlander ’82 Dr. Sharon Fries-Britt & Dr. Ned Britt, Jr. Mrs. Nicole Geifman ’89 & Mr. Jeffrey Geifman Ms. Suzanne Glassman & Dr. Bruce Glassman Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Greenawalt Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Gross Mr. Jonathan Halle ’88 & Mrs. Alisa S. Halle Mr. & Mrs. John E. Havas Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoch Mr. & Mrs. Bart Hosmer Ms. Jing Hua Huang Mr. & Mrs. Lee Jarmon, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Jones Mrs. Katharine Latimer & Mr. Richard Slaten Mrs. Phyllis Lewis Mr. Robert J. Linehan & Ms. Claudia M. Meer Mr. & Mrs. Tyrone S. Lloyd Mr. & Mrs. George P. Mavrikes Mr. & Mrs. David D. McCready Mr. Brad L. Mendelson ’84 & Mrs. Holly Mendelson Dr. Sara Miles & Mr. Steven Miles Mrs. Abby S. Moffat Mr. David Mohebbi & Mrs. Roshan Soleimanloo Ms. Ann Murtaugh & Mr. Michael J. Murtaugh, Jr. Ms. Stephanie Nashman & Mr. Adam Chmara
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Class of 2018 64% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Misbah Ahdab Ms. Linda Allen Ms. Melissa Alpeter Blair Dr. & Mrs. Duruhan Badraslioglu Hon. Christine P. Benagh & Mr. John G. Arlington Ms. Nancy Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Blanc Mr. George Borden & Ms. Gina Maloney Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Brodkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Russell Brunner Mr. & Mrs. John Campanella Ms. Amy Campbell Mr. Dal Clayton Mrs. Julie A. Coan ’83 & Mr. Peter Coan Mr. & Mrs. Charles* Coleman Mrs. Dana Davis Mitchell & Mr. James Mitchell, Jr.
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Class of 2019 64% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Accardi Mr. Phillip Akins & Ms. Nicole Laframboise Mr. & Mrs. Brian Albertini Mr. & Mrs. Avi Benaim Mr. & Mrs. Les Bookoff Ms. Caryn L. Boyd & Mr. Anthony Dorsey Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Caldeira Mr. & Mrs. William F. Clement Mr. & Mrs. Craig Cohen Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Conrad, III Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Day Mr. & Mrs. Martin Durbin Mr. & Mrs. Dean Eisen Dr. Mofolasayo Eniola & Mr. Sanni Eniola Mr. & Mrs. Tony Everett Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Eyles Dr. & Mrs. Joel Fechter Mr. & Mrs. David Fink Mr. & Mrs. Todd Foreman Mr. & Mrs. Brett D. Freeman Dr. Gary S. Friedlander ’79 & Mrs. Deborah Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. James E. Frye Mr. & Mrs. John W. Galbreath II Mr. & Mrs. Roger K. Gelb Mr. & Mrs. William L. Gibson Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Gilbert Ms. Suzanne Glassman & Dr. Bruce Glassman Mrs. Jamie Gravino & Mr. Richard Samit Ms. Zane Gray Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Greenawalt Mr. & Mrs. Adam Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Damian Greenleaf Mrs. Weilan Guan & Mr. Zhijian Hu Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Haskins, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoch Mr. & Ms. Mark Hollars Mr. & Ms. Edwards Holliday Mr. & Mrs. William E. Houston Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Jan Mr. & Mrs. Lance Jeffers Mr. Joseph Jones Mr. & Mrs. Lee Jundanian Mr. Jonathan A. Kaplan & Ms. Jill S. Wilkins Mr. & Mrs. Brian Katz Mr. Dheeraj Khera & Ms. Tripti Sinha Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder Mr. Rilong Liu & Mrs. Yuhui Zhang Ms. Gwendolyn Lyda Mr. & Mrs. Walter Magruder, Jr. Ms. Margot Mahoney & Mr. David Budin Mrs. Maureen Martin & Dr. David Martin Mr. David Matcha & Dr. Susan Matcha Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Matthews Mr. Tom McCally & Mrs. Ande Torgerson McCally Dr. John McKew & Ms. Margot Mays Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Melrod Mr. & Mrs. Robby Miller Ms. Susan K. Neely Ms. Ann O’Donoghue & Mr. Jay Hardgrove Mrs. Blaire Osborn & Mr. Geoff Birchard Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Psacharopoulos Dr. Dong Qin & Dr. Lizhu Zhou
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Class of 2020 60% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Augustine A. Agege Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Bellistri Mrs. Renee Berry & Mr. Michael Berry Mr. Andrew L. Blair ’86 & Mrs. Kerry A. Blair Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. Braun Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Caulfield Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Cohen Mr. John M. Engel, III & Ms. Ioana Hussiada Mrs. Maria Ferris Mrs. Nicole Geifman ’89 & Mr. Jeffrey Geifman Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Jim V. Gramm Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Gross Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Mr. John Hoel Mr. & Ms. Mark Hollars Mr. & Ms. Will Jacobi Mrs. Karen Johnson-Norman & Mr. Percy Norman Mr. & Mrs. Allen Kabiri Mr. & Mrs. John Markovs Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Martin Mr. & Mrs. Robert Meredith Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Moore Ms. Cindy Nachman-Senders & Mr. John Rosen Ms. Stephanie Nashman & Mr. Adam Chmara Mrs. Glaucia Petcov Demblowski & Mr. Denis Demblowski Dr. & Mrs. Alonford Robinson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Rodman Mr. & Mrs. Devin Schain Mr. & Mrs. Jim Schumacher Dr. Brenda Seaver & Mr. Ira Gluck Ms. Bernice Sparrow Mr. Marc N. Steren ’89 & Mrs. Stephanie Steren Ms. Susan Thompson Ms. Lisa Vardi Mrs. Cyndi E. Vasco ’83 & Mr. Kevin Vasco ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Vinal Dr. & Mrs. Leith Wain Mr. & Mrs. Michael Warsaw Mr. & Mrs. Martin Wetzler Ms. Joyce L. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Blair Willing
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Class of 2021 63% participation Anonymous (1) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Accardi Mr. & Mrs. David J. Andreadis Mr. & Mrs. Bryce Arrowood Mr. & Mrs. Avi Benaim Ms. Nancy Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Brett Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. John Bolden Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Bonham Mr. & Mrs. Jason M. Eist Mr. & Mrs. Roger K. Gelb Mr. Reginald T. Herron & Ms. Brigitte W. Johnson-Herron Mr. & Ms. Mark Hollars Mr. & Mrs. William E. Houston Mr. & Ms. Christopher Hoverman Mr. & Mrs. Brian Katz Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kramer Mr. & Mrs. Kent LaMotta Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Lombardo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Maged Mr. & Mrs. Keith McIntosh Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Mills Ambassador & Mrs. David John Newman Dr. Chuck Nwosu & Mrs. Pauletta Rowser-Nwosu Mr. & Mrs. Joel Poretsky Mr. & Mrs. Michael Priddy Mr. & Mrs. David Rothenstein Mr. & Mrs. David Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Rostyslav Shiller Mr. & Mrs. Neal Simon Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Simpson Dr. Antonio Spilimbergo & Ms. Gloria Quevedo Mr. & Mrs. Sompodh Sripoom Ms. Audrey M. Sugimura & Mr. Brian E. Ferguson Mr. James Townsend Mrs. Cyndi E. Vasco ’83 & Mr. Kevin Vasco ’84 Mr. & Mrs. John Yeatman Mr. Matt Zimmer & Ms. Devin Cheema
Class of 2022 65% participation Anonymous (2) Mrs. Runaka & Mr. Kevin Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Glen Berman Mr. & Mrs. Brian Caine Mr. & Mrs. Brett Carmel Mr. & Mrs. Karl W. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Dixson Ms. Julie Finigan-Dal Forno & Mr. Corrado Dal Forno Mr. & Mrs. Olandis Gary Mrs. Jamie Gravino & Mr. Richard Samit Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Hanson Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Hays Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Mr. & Ms. Will Jacobi Mr. Jun Ji & Mrs. XiaoHan Pan Dr. Karen & Mr. Kevin Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Jeng Mao Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Maravilla
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Ms. Stephanie Mayer-Sattin Dr. John McKew & Ms. Margot Mays Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Mekhaya Mr. & Mrs. Michael O’Neil, Jr. Mrs. Yue Qiu & Dr. Jian Mao Dr. & Mrs. Alonford Robinson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Rodman Dr. Sara Romeyn & Mr. Timothy G. Evans Mr. & Mrs. John Simon Ms. Audrey M. Sugimura & Mr. Brian E. Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. Robert Turner, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Leith Wain
Class of 2023 70% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Bonham Mr. & Mrs. Nigel Brazier Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brille Dr. Jane Fang & Dr. Jian Wang Ms. Julie Finigan-Dal Forno & Mr. Corrado Dal Forno Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoch Mrs. Karen Johnson-Norman & Mr. Percy Norman Mr. & Mrs. Kent LaMotta Dr. Arvin Malkani ’92 & Mrs. Manju Malkani Ambassador & Mrs. David John Newman Dr. & Mrs. Adam Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Sam Rubenstein Mr. & Mrs. Jim Schumacher Mr. Marc N. Steren ’89 & Mrs. Stephanie Steren Mr. & Mrs. John B. Strittmatter Dr. Thomas Yau & Dr. Linda Yau Mr. Matt Zimmer & Ms. Devin Cheema
Class of 2024 83% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. Adam J. Arnold ’95 & Mrs. Mimi Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Brett Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. Les Bookoff Mr. & Mrs. Brian Caine Mr. & Mrs. Brad Cohen
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Class of 2025 72% participation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Brad Buckles Mr. & Mrs. Ali Elias Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gates Mrs. Jamie Gravino & Mr. Richard Samit Mr. & Mrs. Louis Greenstein Mr. Todd Fulmer & Mrs. Deborah Huguely Fulmer Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Lombardo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Mekhaya Mr. & Mrs. Neil Narcisenfeld Ambassador & Mrs. David John Newman Dr. & Mrs. Alonford Robinson, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Rubar Sandi Ms. Cheryl Weaver
Class of 2026 100% participation Mr. & Mrs. Llewellyn DMello Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Lombardo, Jr. Ms. Stephanie Mayer-Sattin Mr. & Mrs. Neil Narcisenfeld Mr. & Mrs. Sam Rubenstein Mr. Jaehyung Yoon & Mrs. Su Young Park-Yoon
Faculty and Staff Donors
We recognize those who have so generously contributed, extending themselves beyond their day-to-day work to support the education of our children. For 2015-16, 100% of faculty and staff made gifts to the Annual Fund. Anonymous (2) Mr. Carlos Acha* Ms. Kathleen Adams Mr. Jeff Alexander Ms. Melissa Alpeter Blair Mrs. Margaret G. Andreadis Mr. Milan Antic Ms. Maria Antokas Dr. Duruhan Badraslioglu Mr. Pedro P. Balarezo Mrs. Pamela Bass Mrs. Evelyn W. Beckman Mr. Jeffrey M. Bellistri Ms. Victoria Benson Mrs. Renee Berry Dr. Gerald L. Boarman Mrs. Julie Booth Ms. Katherine Brewer Mr. Anthony Brooks Mr. Chris Brown Ms. Sharon Buell Mr. David Buerger Mr. Tola Buli Mr. Robert Butland Mr. Raymond Butler Ms. Jennifer Campbell Mr. Flavio Campos Mr. Daniel Carelli Mr. Preston Carmon Mr. Michael Chellman Mr. Christopher M. Chen Mr. Patrick Cilento Mr. Jessie Clancey Ms. Lisa Clarke Mrs. Carolyn B. Cohen Mr. Mark Colburn Mrs. Jennifer Cooper Mrs. Rudith Cruz Mr. Donrole Cyprien Ms. Catherine Dahlberg Mr. Corrado Dal Forno Mr. Angelo Daniels Mrs. Faith Darling Ms. Samantha Davis Ms. Allison Davison Mr. Edward J. Dayhoff Mr. James Dickie Ms. Kelsey Donegan Ms. Marjorie Dougherty Mrs. Suzanne Douglass Mr. Pierre Duliepre Mrs. Doan Duong
Mr. Jason M. Eist Mr. Ali Elias Ms. Allison Ewing Ms. Pat Ferrara Ms. Julie Finigan-Dal Forno Mr. Esty Foster Ms. Marcia Franklin Ms. Jennifer Frey Ms. Rita Gerharz Dr. Constance S. Giles* Ms. Stefanie L. Gogerty Ms. Boloye Gomero Mr. Nathan Gordon Ms. Stacie Gottlieb Ms. Lisa Gray Mr. Richard P. Green Mr. Stephen Grubb Ms. Jennifer Hale Mr. Timothy R. Hanson Ms. Tracy S. Harris Mrs. Carolyn Hasfurter Ms. Darlene Haught Mrs. Anita Havas Ms. Maris Hawkins Dr. Paul Heins Ms. Laura Heninger Ms. Chelsea Henry Ms. Alana Hill Ms. Molly Hokkanen Mr. Mark Hollars Ms. Tracy Hollars Ms. Hayley Hollis Ms. Elizabeth Horich Mrs. Kerry R. Hosmer Mr. Sakhawat Hossain Mrs. Jennifer M. Houston Mr. Glenn Hunter Mrs. Katrina Hunter Mr. Ahmed K. Husen Ms. Elizabeth B. Jacobi Ms. Gloria Jandres Mr. Charles Johnson Mr. George Johnson Mrs. Debra Joram Mrs. Ani Kazanjian Law Ms. Lauren Keller Mr. Bruce Kelley Ms. Michelle Kelly Mr. Jason Kezmarsky Mrs. Susan L. King Ms. Shirley Kirkwood Mrs. Lynn C. Kittel
Mr. Brad Kosegarten Ms. Kristin Kowalew Mr. Paul Koziel Ms. Kristin Kvasnyuk Mr. Daniel LaChina Mr. Arthur Lee Ms. Sonam Lhaki Mr. Stuart Livingstone Ms. Chelsie Lloyd Mrs. Kathleen Llord Mr. Tyrone S. Lloyd Mrs. Amanda C. Lombardo Mr. William Long Ms. Cathy Lymon Ms. Andrea Martin Mr. Drew Martin Mrs. Maureen Martin Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III ’66 Ms. Anne Whitfield Mastin Mrs. Wendy Matuszky Ms. Stephanie Mayer-Sattin Ms. Kara Mazie Mr. Gualberto Mendez Mr. Eric Metee Mr. Christopher P. Miller Mrs. Rachel Moore Mr. Stephane Moreau Dr. Marilyn Moreno Mr. Benjamin Mosteller Ms. Ann Murtaugh Mrs. Aimee Narcisenfeld Mrs. Barbara Nolan Ms. Katherine V. Offutt Ms. Liberty Okulski Mrs. Jennifer Hayman Okun ’99 Ms. Kira R. Orr ’93 Mrs. Xiumin H. Overall Mrs. Kathleen Pappano Mr. Andres R. Parra ’99 Mr. Robert Peard Mr. Fritz Pierre-Louis Mr. Robert J. Pollicino Mrs. Harriet Polun Ms. Catherine E. Ramella ’99 Ms. Rosa Ramirez Ms. Lauren Rathmann Mr. David Reed Dr. J. Michael Reidy Mr. Moises Reyes Mr. Mark Riffee Dr. Sara Romeyn Ms. Stacey Roshan
Dr. Caleb Rossiter Ms. Lindy Russell-Heymann Ms. Marcella Sheintal Ms. Alice Shih-Kahn Ms. Emily Simpson Mr. Timothy D. Simpson Mr. Mark B. Smith Ms. Bernice Sparrow Mr. Erik Standish Mr. Nathan Stanford Mr. Marc N. Steren ’89 Ms. Laura M. X. Steyer ’04 Mr. Frazier Stowers Mrs. Meghan Louise Stowers Mrs. Kendall F. Strickler Mrs. Wendy Sturges Ms. Joanne Szadkowski Mr. Joseph R. Teets Dr. Daniel TerBush Ms. Cheryl Terwilliger Mrs. Maria Thomas Ms. Susan Thomas Mrs. Kily B. Tolentino Mr. Joseph Tonrey Ms. Patricia Topliffe Mr. John M. Trammell Ms. Rebecca Turett Ms. Maria G. Uechi Ms. Lisa Vardi Mrs. Marcela Velikovsky Ms. Hilary A. Vellenga Ms. Sarah Via Mr. Mark Walter Ms. Allison Walther Ms. Sherri A. Watkins Mrs. Betsey Waugh Mr. Arthur West Mr. Vincent White Mr. Bryan G. Whitford Ms. Danielle Wilcox Ms. Laura E. Wolf Ms. Dorothy Yen Mrs. Tina Zazaris-Davis Mr. Matt Zimmer Mrs. Susie Zimmermann Ms. Caitlin Zolet
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We are grateful for and proud of our alumni who continue to support the Bullis Annual Fund. Class of 1942
CDR Richard H. Wilson, USN (Ret.)
Class of 1943
Mr. Irwin N. Duncan
Class of 1949
Mr. William C. Dana
Class of 1950
Mr. Peter J. FitzGerald
Class of 1952
Mr. Richard S. Varney
Class of 1953
Mr. Howard H. Harrigan Lt. Cdr. Richard L. McCracken (Ret.) RADM Phillip F. McNall (Ret.) Col. Jerry K. Patterson (Ret.)
Class of 1954
Mr. Ernest J. Anderson, Jr. Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis Mr. Richard V. Mattingly, Jr. Capt. Jack R. Nicholas, Jr.
Class of 1955
Mr. James P. McDevitt
Class of 1956
Class of 1961
Mr. Barry S. Cohen Mr. Steven Karalekas Mr. Robert W. Stocker, II
Class of 1962
Mr. Howard Humphries Mr. James D. Swinson Mr. Robert L. Tucci
Class of 1963
Major Donald W. Ward, USAF (Ret.)
Class of 1958
Mr. Robert H. Coleman Mr. Thomas C. Lofton, Jr. Mr. William R. Smith
Class of 1959
Mr. William N. Lerch
Class of 1960
LTC Michael Povich, USAF (Ret.) Mr. John F. Schoenfelder
Mr. Daniel C. Clark
Class of 1978
Mr. Jahansooz Jomehri Mr. Eugene E. Kim Col. M. S. Tuomey, USA
Class of 1979
Mr. J. Clay Britt, Jr. Dr. Gary S. Friedlander
Mr. Richard W. Hayman Mr. Richard J. Lucey Mr. C. Dean Sclavounos
Class of 1981
Class of 1964
Class of 1982
Dr. Michael J. Bresler Mr. Stephen H. Jaffe Mr. Wes Sage
Class of 1966
Mr. James E. Hurson
Mr. Jonathan K. Friedlander Mr. John C. Foery
Class of 1983
Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III
Mrs. Julie A. Coan Mrs. Cyndi E. Vasco
Class of 1968
Class of 1984
Mr. Dudley C. Dworken Mr. Richard E. Lankford
Class of 1969
Mr. Peter J. Baldwin Cdr. Lawrence Hess Mr. Michael Murphy Mr. E. R. Russell, Jr.
Mr. Robert C. Harrison
Class of 1957
Class of 1976
Class of 1970
Mr. Richard A. Armstrong, Jr.
Class of 1971
Lt. Col. Allen M. Green, USAF (Ret.)
Class of 1973
Mr. Christopher C. Kim Mr. Ted F. Leasure Mr. Peter M. Manos Mr. Brad L. Mendelson Mr. Gregory Rascher Mr. Kevin Vasco
Class of 1985
Mrs. Kristen G. Schultz
Class of 1986
Mr. Andrew L. Blair Mrs. Audrey G. Friedlander
Class of 1987
Mr. Christian R. Beers Mr. Robert K. VanHoek
Mr. David H. Cohen Mrs. Michelle R. Cohen Mr. Steven J. Grudziecki
Class of 1974
Class of 1988
Mr. Carl E. Taylor Mr. T. Douglas Tuomey, III
Class of 1975
Cdr. John H. Spiller III, USN
Mr. Jonathan Halle Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig Mr. Clayton R. Simmers, II
Class of 1989
Mr. Bill W. Edmunds, Jr.
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Mrs. Nicole Geifman Mr. Marc N. Steren Mr. Gregory B. Welch
Class of 1990
Ms. Meredith A. Berman Ms. Lynn M. Brown Mrs. Shannon L. Green
Class of 1991
Ms. Christine M. Gresham, Esq.
Class of 1992
Dr. Arvin Malkani Mrs. Tina S. Prutting Mr. Michael L. Sherman, Esq.
Class of 1993 Ms. Kira R. Orr
Class of 1994
Mr. Richard Greenberg
Class of 1995 Mr. Adam J. Arnold Mr. Seth Goodman
Class of 1997
Mr. Richard T. Armstead Mrs. Emily Goodman Binick Mrs. Molly D. Herman Mr. Andrew Marusak, IV
Class of 1998
Ms. Hilary P. Beynon Mrs. Jackie Blanken Mr. Sean Hurney Dr. Jason Katzen Mr. Brian Lavin Mrs. Shannon Ryan Crain Mr. John Simpson Mr. Carl E. Tugberk
Class of 1999
Mr. Elliott Datlow Mr. Matthew S. Elliott Mrs. Jennifer Hayman Okun Mr. Andres R. Parra Ms. Catherine E. Ramella
Class of 2000
Mr. Austin R. Berk Mr. Thomas D. Cowles Mrs. Ashley C. Koenig Mrs. Sarah A. Littlefield Mrs. Lindsey B. Simpson
Class of 2001 Mrs. Tara S. Parra
Class of 2002
Mr. Ross W. Koenig Mr. Kevin Thompson Mr. Vladimir Tintchev
Class of 2003
Mr. Richard W. Camp Mr. Peter Han Mr. Joshua Posnick
Class of 2004
Mr. Craig Aronoff Mr. Paul Davis Mr. Grant Hollingsworth Ms. Laura M. X. Steyer
Class of 2005 Ms. Kristen Hull Mr. Joseph Weiler
Class of 2006
Mr. Joshua Ein Mr. C. Hunter Gosnell Mr. Zack Harwood Ms. Maxine C. Janes Mr. Christopher A. Mejia Ms. Claire Olszewski Mr. Justin L. Robinson Ms. Allison Scheurer Mr. Svetlin Tintchev
Class of 2007
Mr. Christopher H. Hague Mr. Neil King Mr. Rodney Wallace
Mr. Bradley Bobrow Mr. David Posnick Mr. Gabriel Raskas Ms. Katharine Vincent
Class of 2009
Mr. Ryan Aschenbach Mr. Sean Kirby-Smith Mr. Jonathan Mars Mr. Jacob I. Sentz Mr. Carleton Simpson
Class of 2010
Mr. Gregory L. Fink Mr. Jeffrey A. Kimm Ms. Emily Siegel Ms. Rachel B. Weiner
Class of 2011
Mr. Brandon Aschenbach Ms. Susan P. Bair Ms. Abigail Blair Ms. Marni S. Friedlander Ms. Kelly Kleifges Mr. Ryan McMahon Ms. Elizabeth M. Mendelson Ms. Meredith Swagart Ms. Elise C. Widerlite
Class of 2012
Ms. Alexandra Blair Ms. Madeline E. Dahut Mr. Alexander Fishman Mr. Jordan Friedlander Ms. Camila Uechi Mr. Daniel Zolet
Class of 2013
Mr. Daniel A. Copeland Ms. Zoe Goldberg Ms. Brooke Gutschick Mr. Maxwell Nordeen
Class of 2014
Mr. Adam Cohen Mr. Alec S. Fink Mr. G. Anderson Folsom Ms. Melanie E. Friedlander Mr. Ian S. Giles Mr. Zhongtian Guan Mr. Paul Mavrikes Ms. Moriah G. Ratner Ms. Chelsea Widerlite
Class of 2015
Ms. Sarah Bair Mr. Benjamin Brown Mr. Alec C. Economakis Mr. Justin Friedlander Ms. Sarah J. Holliday Mr. Bruce Jansa Ms. Ariana R. Moreno Mr. Connor Schultz Mr. Alexander M. Truitt
Mr. Nicholas Barpoulis
Bullis is fortunate to receive continued support from many past parents. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Armstead, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Howard Arnold Ms. Elizabeth Aschenbach Mr. Kenneth D. Auerbach & Mrs. Judith S. Shapiro-Auerbach Mr. & Mrs. James Bair Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Bambeck Mr. & Mrs. John Barpoulis Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Barron Ms. Marian C. Bennett, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Steven N. Bralower Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Brown Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis ’54 & Mrs. Judith T. Bullis Mr. & Mrs. John M. Camp, III Mr. Michael W. Chellman & Ms. Suzanne Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Cohen Mr. Barry S. Cohen ’61 & Mrs. Marlene Cohen Mr. Dudley C. Dworken ’68 & Mrs. Karen D. Dworken
Dr. & Mrs. Andrew Economakis Mr. & Mrs. Esty Foster Mr. Jerome Friedlander Mr. Eric T. Frye & Ms. Irina Kichigina Mrs. Holly Funger Mr. Anthony Giles & Dr. Constance Giles* Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Hanley Mr. & Mrs. John A. Harris Mr. & Mrs. John E. Havas Mr. Richard W. Hayman ’63 & Mrs. Carolyn H. Hayman Mr. & Mrs. Timothy C. Hester Mr. & Mrs. Stephen W. Holderness Jr. Mr. Xin Huang Mr. & Mrs. James Hunter Mr. & Mrs. William S. Janes Dr. Richard K. Jung & Dr. Janice K. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kelley Dr. & Mrs. Neil King Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kittel
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Koenig Dr. Peter Z. Konigsberg & Dr. Renee Hanson Mr. JP Lavalleye & Mrs. Lesley Lavalleye Mr. David M. Leahy Mr. & Mrs. Didier LeConte Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. Margolis Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Mars Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Allan D. McKelvie Mr. & Mrs. Alan L. Meltzer Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence K. Miles, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Jason B. Mitchell Dr. Marilyn & Mr. Romerio Moreno Mr. Christopher Nordeen Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Olszewski Mr. William M. Orsinger Mr. & Mrs. Scott Overall Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Polun Ms. Faith Robinson Dr. Michael A. Ross & Dr. Susan T. Elliott
Mr. E. R. Russell, Jr. ’69 & Mrs. Patricia K. Russell Mr. & Mrs. John M. Scheurer Mr. & Mrs. Jerome A. Siegel Mr. & Ms. Thomas D. Silverstein Mr. John Simpson & Ms. Rachel Adler Ms. Nancy L. Spencer & Mr. John Sandoval Mr. & Mrs. John R. Staffier The Honorable & Mrs. Scott W. Stucky Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sturges Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Swagart, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William E. Timmons, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. David J. Trone Ms. Maria G. Uechi & Mr. Luis A. Uechi Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Van Voorhees Mr. & Mrs. George D. Vincent Mr. & Mrs. Dell D. Warren, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Wetzel Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Widerlite * Deceased
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In Honor or Memory of For those who gave to Bullis in honor of someone special or in memory of a loved one, we extend our thanks for their generous contributions. In honor of all of our Grandchildren
In honor of Mr. David Jaroff
Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis ’54 & Mrs. Judith T. Bullis
In honor of Colin Campbell ’17
The Honorable & Mrs. Ralph G. Thompson
In memory of Mrs. Gerry Coakley Mr. & Mrs. David Fink In honor of College Counseling Office and Dr. B Mr. & Mrs. James B. Martin &
In honor of Sophie ’18 & Jackson ’16 McIntyre, Anthony ’24 & Charlotte ’22 Caine and Caitlin McMahon ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. McIntyre In honor of James Pitzer ’17 The Lemon Foundation In honor of Haley Reiner ’17
The Martin Family Foundation, Inc.
In honor of Kaliroi Engel ’14 Mr. John M. Engel, III & Ms. Ioana Hussiada
In honor of Brinley Rianhard ’19
In honor of Jack Feldman ’23 Mr. & Mrs. Morton Bender
In honor of my grandson, Bennett Richman ’24
In memory of Mr. Mitchell Scott Fink
In honor of Jake ’16, Ike ’19 & Sophie ’21 Simon
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fink
Mr. & Mrs. Randall Reiner Mr. John L. Carlin, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Tisherman Mr. & Mrs. Neal Simon
In honor of Mr. Esty Foster Mr. Christopher H. Hague ’07
In memory of Mr. Richard Skirpan ’57 Major Donald W. Ward, USAF (Ret.) ’57 &
In honor of Admiral Foster and in honor of Mr. Diamond Mr. James D. Swinson ’62
Mrs. Donna L. Ward
In honor of Sydney ’17 & Jack ’20 Geifman Mr. & Mrs. John A. Harris In honor of Ben Halle ’17
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle
In honor of Kerry, Jonas ’17 & Sabrina ’18 Hosmer
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Reiter
In honor of Ianthe Humphries ’16
Mr. Robert Duncan
In honor of the Jacobi Family
Mr. Michael Murphy ’69 & Mrs. Robin Roth-Murphy
Mrs. Phyllis Baker
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In memory of Capt. John Spencer Mr. Ernest J. Anderson, Jr. ’54 & Mrs. Kathleen Anderson In honor of Grace Timmons ’19 Mr. & Mrs. William E. Timmons, Sr. In memory of Patrick Wetzel ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Wetzel In honor of Kenna ’20 & Cameron ’22 Zier Mr. & Mrs. Larry Lowe
Bullis is fortunate to receive the support of a generous group of grandparents of our current students and alumni. Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Abernethy Hayley M. Sanders ’18 & Jacob A. Sanders ’21
Mrs. Nancy S. Ferris William G. Ferris ’20
Dr. & Mrs. Marvin Menick Sydney L. Rodman ’20 & Lilly A. Rodman ’22
Mrs. Cecelia Alexander Jason M. Hersh ’18, Maya G. Hersh ’20 & Lance M. Hersh ’24
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fink Gregory L. Fink ’10, Alec S. Fink ’14 & Mira N. Fink ’19
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Merlis William E. Houston ’19 & Benjamin T. Houston ’21
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Alleman Blaine D. Andreadis ’16
Mr. Jerome Friedlander Courtney Rubens ’10, Alex Friedlander ’11, Marni Friedlander ’11, Jordan Friedlander ’12, Jared Rubens ’13, Melanie Friedlander ’14, Justin Friedlander ’15, Jacob Friedlander ’17 & Michael Friedlander ’19
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Micholas Andrew C. Micholas ’14 & Blake S. Micholas ’16
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Arnold Xander J. Arnold ’24 Mrs. Phyllis Baker Sara B. Jacobi ’20 & Jared Jacobi ’22 Mr. & Mrs. Jay Beam Alexander Leder ’16 & Amanda K. Leder ’19
Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Goldberg Emma Goldberg ’14 & Benjamin F. Goldberg ’16
Dr. Joyce & Dr. Robert Beck Saskia M. Lewis ’22 & Anneke F. Lewis ’24
Dr. Charles L. Graham Lexi Kay ’12, Brandon Kay ’14, Amanda Kay ’18 & Bradley Kay ’18
Mr. & Mrs. Morton Bender Jack R. Feldman ’23
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Gross Emily R. Gross ’17
Ms. Adilah Bilal Laila A. Anderson ’22
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle Lauren Halle ’15 & Benjamin Halle ’17
Mr. & Mrs. Macon Brock William B. Everett ’19 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Brunner Michael L. Ulica ’12 & Matthew M. Brunner ’18
Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Harris Andrew H. Goldberg ’16
Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis ’54 & Mrs. Judith T. Bullis Joseph E. Bullis ’17, Lucia M. Vasco ’20 & Julia K. Vasco ’21
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Harris Sydney D. Geifman ’17 & Jack H. Geifman ’20 Mrs. Peggy Hoel Tyler Hoel ’20
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Califano Evan F. Goldman ’19
Mr. Frederick Holcomb Niles McCoy ’18
Mr. John L. Carlin, Jr. Brinley E. Rianhard ’19
Mr. & Mrs. John Hosmer Jonas Hosmer ’17 & Sabrina L. Hosmer ’18
Dr. & Mrs. James Christensen Julian J. Christensen ’22
Mrs. Sally Hottle Alexander E. Day ’16 & Elizabeth Day ’19
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Citren James Smith ’12, Andrew W. Smith ’14 & Brett W. Smith ’18
Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Huguely Madeline R. Fulmer ’25
Mr. Barry S. Cohen ’61 & Mrs. Marlene Cohen Adam Cohen ’14, Carly Cohen ’16, Jared C. Cohen ’20 & Jillian R. Cohen ’22
Mr. Clarence Ingram Leondre R. Ingram ’20 & David C. Ingram ’22 Dr. Peter Z. Konigsberg & Dr. Renee Hanson Adam Cohen ’14 & Carly Cohen ’16
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Crawford Leondre R. Ingram ’20 & David C. Ingram ’22
The Lemon Foundation James Pitzer ’17
Mrs. Walter M. Davis Melissa Palmer ’14 & Kristin Palmer ’17
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Lowe Kenna E. Zier ’20 & Cameron F. Zier ’22
Mr. Robert Duncan Ianthe A. Humphries ’16
Mr. & Mrs. Terence Martin Caroline G. Martin ’19 & Elizabeth A. Martin ’24
Dr. & Mrs. Harold Eist Mateo H. Eist ’21
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. McIntyre Caitlin McMahon ’14, Jackson McIntyre ’16, Sophia K. McIntyre ’18, Charlotte Caine ’22 & Anthony W. Caine ’24
Mr. Armond J. Farrar Alexandria C. Ligon ’16 & Jordan D. Ligon ’19
Mr. & Mrs. Austin Mittler Corey Golden ’10, Jordan Schuble ’11, Lindsay N. Golden ’12, Justin Schuble ’13, Jessica B. Schuble ’19 & Jared C. Cohen ’20 Ambassador & Mrs. Jay P. Moffat, Jr. Spencer P. Moffat ’17 Mr. & Mrs. David Nachman Samuel P. Senders ’18 & Zachary L. Senders ’20 Mrs. Marilyn Neely Benjamin R. Jones ’19 Dr. Jens Neumann Julian J. Christensen ’22 Mr. & Mrs. David Parmelee Meghan A. Simpson ’21 & William P. Simpson ’24 Dr. Ronald F. Paulson Abigail Blair ’11, Alexandra Blair ’12, Andrew L. Blair ’20 Dr. & Mrs. Moeen A. Qureshi Bruce Jansa ’15 & Annika Jansa ’16 Ms. Molly Reinhart Sophia J. Reinhart ’23 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Reiter Jonas Hosmer ’17 & Sabrina L. Hosmer ’18 Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Robinson Andrew J. LaMotta ’21 & Luke J. LaMotta ’23 Mr. & Mrs. Gerald H. Schaeffer Lauren Halle ’15 & Benjamin Halle ’17 Mrs. Dale Schuble Jordan Schuble ’11, Justin Schuble ’13 & Jessica B. Schuble ’19 Dr. & Mrs. Howard Silby Andrew Petkevich ’15 & Nicholas Petkevich ’16 Mrs. Diana Davis Spencer Spencer P. Moffat ’17 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Tauber Ethan Tauber ’15 The Honorable & Mrs. Ralph G. Thompson Colin B. Campbell ’17 Mr. & Mrs. William E. Timmons, Sr. Grace E. Timmons ’19
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Grandparents (continued) Mrs. Barbara Tisherman Blake Richman ’10, Margaux L. Richman ’11 & Bennett Richman ’24 Dr. & Mrs. Lowell Weiss Emily S. Rubenstein ’23, Anna F. Rubenstein ’26 & Simon M. Rubenstein ’26 Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. Werner Merrill Wheeler ’17 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Whittleton Gabrielle T. Whittleton ’17 Major General & Mrs. Harvey D. Williams Mark D. Williams ’20 Mr. & Mrs. Morly Zetlin Madison H. Gramm ’20
Bullis appreciates the support of our many friends Anonymous (3) Mr. Brian D. Aaron Mr. Richard H. Apthorpe & Ms. Colleen K. Ford Ms. Edythe Bishop & Ms. Carol Beasley Mr. & Mrs. S. E. Bissey Mr. Adam Blair Ms. Rebecca Blair Mr. & Mrs. Steven N. Bralower
Mr. & Mrs. Guy A. Bramble Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Brodkowitz Dr. Inder Chawla Mr. Geider Chen Mr. Nicholas Chocas Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. Delinsky Mr. & Mrs. Michael Douglass Mrs. Elizabeth Farr Mr. David C. Hardcastle Mr. Mark James Mr. & Mrs. Lance Jeffers Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Konski Ms. Lauren Lang Mr. Carson Melton Mr. & Mrs. Neal Melton Ms. Natasha M. Nazareth Mr. William M. Orsinger Ms. Mary Kay Paulson Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Paulson Ms. Dana Ponsky Mr. & Mrs. Michael Roth Mr. & Mrs. Clark Sachse Mr. Gerry Satterfield Ms. Laura Satterfield Mr. C. Dean Sclavounos ’63 & Mrs. Ann Sclavounos Ms. Nancy L. Spencer & Mr. John Sandoval Mr. & Mrs. John B. Strittmatter Mr. Joseph Van Meter Mr. Richard S. Varney ’52 Mr. Kyle Wagner & Ms. Jessica L. Strassberger Mr. & Mrs. Tom Waugh Mr. & Mrs. William A. White Mr. & Ms. Perry Wright Mr. Brian Zirkel
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A Squad Entertainment ABE Networks AJF Management, LLC American Express Gift Matching Program Bank of America The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Bethesda Water Store The Brock Foundation Bronfman E.L. Rothschild Buckles Consulting Group, LLC Camp-Younts Foundation CapX Office Solutions, LLC The Carlynn and Lawrence Silverman Family Foundation, Inc. Clover Boutique CNS Consulting Group Coakley Williams Construction, Inc. Cohn Reznick The Coleman Group, Inc./ Powell Foundation The Columbus Foundation The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Data-Planet The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation District Taco Energy Systems, Inc. Ernst & Young Foundation Euclid Technology Galliher & Huguely Greater Washington Orthopaedic Group GRID Media, LLC Hamill Family Foundation Hollingsworth LLP
The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Kamis Professional Staffing, LLC The Lemon Foundation Lincoln Hockey, LLC The Magruder Companies Marlow Sports The Martin Family Foundation, Inc. Maryland Space Grant Consortium Millennium Engineering and Integration Co. Mobile Medical Imaging Morgan Stanley c/o Cybergrants, Inc. Myra Reinhard Family Foundation Our Father, LLC Parents Association The PNC Financial Services Group Potomac Pizza and Potomac Village Deli Simtek, Inc. So What Else, Inc. Sodexho, Inc. & Affiliates Tabor Design Build, Inc. Total Wine & More Ultimate Amusements United States Steel Foundation, Inc. United Way of The National Capital Area Walker & Dunlop, LLC Washington Landmark Construction Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Matching Gifts Program Willco XML Financial Group Zolai Lashes
We recognize the many families, friends and companies that have generously donated and supported restricted projects at Bullis. $50,000+ Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Goldberg Mr. Xin Huang $20,000+ Total Wine & More Mr. & Mrs. David J. Trone Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wisnosky $10,000+ Mr. & Mrs. Brett Bernstein Dr. & Mrs. Irvin Guterman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kantor Millennium Engineering and Integration Co. Ms. Mary Kay Paulson Dr. Ronald F. Paulson XML Financial Group $5,000+ Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Brad Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Donnie V. Hinton Maryland Space Grant Consortium The PNC Financial Services Group Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rudman Mr. Hua Yu & Ms. Xiaodong Xu $1,000+ A Squad Entertainment Mr. & Mrs. Darren Bernstein Bullis Parents Association Mr. & Mrs. M. S. Copeland Data-Planet Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Day The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation District Taco Energy Systems Inc Mr. & Mrs. Steve Fairbanks Mr. & Mrs. David Fink Dr. Gary S. Friedlander ’79 & Mrs. Deborah Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Adam Greenberg Mr. Jonathan Halle ’88 & Mrs. Alisa S. Halle Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle Hollingsworth LLP Mrs. Sally Hottle Ms. Jing Hua Huang The Magruder Companies Mrs. Abby S. Moffat Potomac Pizza and Potomac Village Deli Mr. & Mrs. Clark Sachse Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Schruefer Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Schwartz Sodexho Inc. & Affiliates
Mrs. Diana Davis Spencer Mr. Peter Scher & Ms. Kim Tilley Ultimate Amusements Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Weinberger Willco Mrs. Jiu Hong Zhang & Mr. Hui Zhang Mrs. Xiaomei Zhang & Mr. Yangsheng Wang $500+ Anonymous ABE Networks Mr. Andrew L. Blair ’86 & Mrs. Kerry A. Blair Bronfman E.L. Rothschild Buckles Consulting Group LLC Clover Boutique CNS Consulting Group Cohn Reznick The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Euclid Technology Galliher & Huguely Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Mr. & Mrs. John Honeycutt Kamis Professional Staffing LLC Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kay Mr. & Mrs. Kent LaMotta Mr. Jiaqi Liu & Ms. XiaoYan Guan Mr. Dianwei Lu & Mrs. Qiaoliang Hao Mr. & Mrs. George P. Mavrikes Mobile Medical Imaging Our Father LLC Mr. Ted Patch & Ms. Tracey Smith Mr. & Mrs. David Pepper Dr. Dong Qin & Dr. Lizhu Zhou Mr. & Mrs. Michael Roth Mrs. Xiuyan Tang & Mr. Runjiang Wang Washington Landmark Construction Mr. Wanbin Zhang & Mrs. Yuling Hong Mr. & Mrs. David Zolet Up to $499 Ms. Melissa Alpeter Blair Mr. Richard H. Apthorpe & Ms. Colleen K. Ford Mr. Craig Aronoff ’04 Mr. Brandon Aschenbach ’11 Mr. Ryan Aschenbach ’09 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Ms. Edythe Bishop & Ms. Carol Beasley Ms. Abigail Blair ’11 Mr. Adam Blair Ms. Alexandra Blair ’12
Ms. Rebecca Blair Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. & Mrs. Brad Buckles Mr. & Mrs. Karl W. Christensen The Coleman Group Inc./ Powell Foundation Mr. Daniel A. Copeland ’13 Mr. Thomas D. Cowles ’00 Mr. Paul Davis ’04 Determined2Heal Foundation Mr. Joshua Ein ’06 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Fishman Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gates Mr. C. Hunter Gosnell ’06 Greater Washington Orthopaedic Group Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Greenawalt GRID Media LLC Mrs. Weilan Guan & Mr. Zhijian Hu Mr. David C. Hardcastle Mr. Zack Harwood ’06 Mr. Richard W. Hayman ’63 & Mrs. Carolyn H. Hayman Mr. Reginald T. Herron & Ms. Brigitte W. Johnson-Herron Mr. Grant Hollingsworth ’04 Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Barrington Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kelley Mr. Christopher C. Kim ’84 Mr. Eugene E. Kim ’78 & Mrs. Helen Kim Dr. & Mrs. Neil King Mr. Neil King ’07 Mr. Sean Kirby-Smith ’09 Mr. Ross W. Koenig ’02 & Mrs. Ashley C. Koenig ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Konski Dr. Ellen V. Krieger & Mr. Gary P. Ratner Ms. Lauren Lang Mrs. Katharine Latimer & Mr. Richard Slaten Mr. Ted F. Leasure ’84 Mrs. Zhilan Li & Mr. Lianbing Yang Marlow Sports Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III ’66 Mr. & Mrs. David D. McCready Mr. & Mrs. Keith McIntosh Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Melnick Mr. Carson Melton Mr. & Mrs. Neal Melton Mr. & Mrs. Robert Meredith Mr. & Mrs. Jason B. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. & Mrs. Don Moran Mrs. Jennifer Hayman Okun ’99 & Mr. Jared Okun Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Paulson
Mr. & Mrs. Joel Poretsky Mr. David Posnick ’08 Mr. Joshua Posnick ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Psacharopoulos Mr. Gregory Rascher ’84 & Mrs. Patty Rascher Dr. Sara Romeyn & Mr. Timothy G. Evans Dr. Caleb Rossiter Mr. & Ms. Philip Sahady Mr. & Mrs. David Sanders Mr. Gerry Satterfield Ms. Laura Satterfield Mr. Jacob I. Sentz ’09 Mr. Mark Shesser Mr. & Mrs. Steven Shollenberger Mr. John Simpson ’98 & Mrs. Lindsey B. Simpson ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Simpson Mr. Richard A. Stein Mr. Liyong Sun & Ms. Hong Gao Mr. & Mrs. Eric Sypes The Bethesda Water Store Mr. Svetlin Tintchev ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Roderick Tolentino Mr. Carl E. Tugberk ’98 & Mrs. Jennifer Tugberk Mr. Lei Wang & Ms. Wenping Sun Mr. Qiang Cheng & Mrs. Min Wang Mr. Gregory B. Welch ’89 Ms. Deb White Ms. Joyce L. Williams Mr. & Ms. Perry Wright Mrs. Xiaoyan Yang & Mr. Zhiguang Zhang Mr. Brian Zirkel Zolai Lashes
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4 Star Tennis Academy Mr. Rui Abrantes & Ms. Lurdes Ramos ABE Networks Mr. & Mrs. Larry Abrams Advanced Therapeutic & Oncology Massage American Eagle Outfitters Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Anderson Anheuser Busch Anne & Ronald Abramson Foundation Anthony Camargo Fine Jewelry Ashley Tutors Noel Awendo Bacardi USA Balducci’s Mr. & Mrs. Tom Baltimore Barbie b BBC Worldwide Mr. & Mrs. Avi Benaim Bethesda Bagels Mr. Andrew Blair ’86 & Mrs. Kerry Blair Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Boarman Bobby’s Burger Palace BOWA Bowl America Broadway Pizza Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Bullis 2nd Grade Class Bullis 3rd Grade Class Bullis 4th Grade Class Bullis 5th Grade Class Bullis 6th Grade Class Bullis 7th Grade Class Bullis 8th Grade Class Bullis 9th Grade Class Bullis 10th Grade Class Bullis 11th Grade Class Bullis 12th Grade Class Bullis School Store Bullis Summer Programs Burns Cowboy Shop Mr. Eugene Goldman & Ms. Brooke Byers Camerons Seafood LLC., Mr. & Mrs. Bijan Manesh Ms. Jenny Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Aric Caplan CapX Office Solutions LLC, John Vassos ’80
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Mr. & Mrs. Brett Carmel Mr. & Mrs. Pat Caulfield Cava Mezze Ca’Venexiana Chaia DC Cheesecake Factory Chick-Fil-A Chipotle Mr. & Mrs. Karl Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Pat Cilento Clyde’s Restaurant Group Coal Fire Mr. & Mrs. Alan Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Craig Cohen CorePower Yoga CRAVE America Dalton Brody Mary Damaska Ms. Diana Daniels Mr. James Mitchell & Mrs. Dana Davis Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Ed Day Deborah Winter Skincare The Dermatology Center & Rockledge Med Spa Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Dickie DICK’S Sporting Goods Dormify Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Durham Mr. & Mrs. Jason Eist Mr. Ali Elias & Mrs. Maryam Ahanj-Elias Elk Run Vineyard Emily Grace EQUINOX Mr. & Mrs. Steve Fairbanks Fine Earth Landscape Inc. Mr. & Mrs. David Fink Mr. & Mrs. David Fishman Fitness For Health Flagship Carwash Center Flora’s Feathered Nest Flying Dog Brewery Founding Farmers Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Fragoyannis The Fresh Market Ms. Jenny Frey & Mr. Jared Reni Dr. Gary Friedlander ’79 & Mrs. Debbie Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. Alan Furman Giant
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Mr. Anthony Giles & Dr. Constance Giles* Global Express Limousine (GEL) Mr. & Mrs. Steven Goldberg Mr. Nate Gordon Humphreys Mr. & Mrs. Griff Gosnell Dr. & Mrs. Irv Guterman Hair Cuttery Hale Bali Mr. Jon Halle ’88 & Mrs. Alisa Halle Hammond’s Candies Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hanley Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Harris Ms. Tracy Harris Harris Teeter Ms. Darlene Haught Heineken USA Mr. Tim Helmig & Mrs. Claudia Helmig ’88 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Hersh Mr. & Mrs. Ernie Heymann Hilton McLean Tysons Corner Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoch Mr. & Mrs. Erl Houston I Drive Smart iPic Theaters Mr. & Ms. Will Jacobi JAG Landscape Mr. Michael Jansa & Ms. Banu Qureshi Jerry’s Subs Pizza Jersey Mike’s Subs JetBlue Jodi’s Jamboree Mr. & Mrs. Michael Joram Mr. & Mrs. Brian Katz Mr. & Mrs. Rick Kay Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kelley Kilwins King Chiropractic, Dr. Neil King Mr. & Mrs. Michael Landow Mr. Richard Slaten Latimer Mr. & Mrs. JP Lavalleye Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder Dr. & Mr. Kevin Lewis Dr. Amy Light Mr. & Mrs. Ty Lloyd Lululemon Athletica Ms. Regina Grace Maloney Mamma Lucia Restaurants The Market At River Falls
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Martin Matchbox Food Group Mr. & Mrs. Andy Matuszky Mr. & Mrs. George Mavrikes McCabe World Travel Mr. Tom McCally & Mrs. Ande Torgerson McCally Mr. & Mrs. David McCready Mr. & Mrs. Duane McKnight The Melting Pot The Meltzer Group Mr. Brad Mendelson ’84 & Mrs. Holly Mendelson Mr. & Mrs. Robert Meredith Mr. Kenneth Meyer Mrs. Maggie Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Mike Micholas Miller Coors MOM’s Organic Market Monique’s Esthetique Mr. & Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. & Mrs. Mark Morris MPC Designs for Dalton Brody Mr. & Mrs. Randy Myers Mr. John Rosen & Ms. Cindy Nachman-Senders Mr. Adam Chmara & Ms. Stephanie Nashman Tom & Karen Natelli Neiman Marcus Tysons Galleria NEWSEUM Next Phase Bethesda Nicola Pizza Mr. Chris Nordeen Dr. Chuck Nwosu & Mrs. Pauletta Rowser-Nwosu Mr. Jay Hardgrove & Ms. Ann O’Donoghue Omaha Steaks Mr. & Mrs. Michael O’Neil OtterBox The Palm Mr. & Mrs. Christos Panagiotopoulos Mr. Andres Parra ’99 & Mrs. Tara Parra ’01 Perfectly Pressed Persimmon Physicians Laser Center PNC Bank Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Pollicino Dr. & Mr. Jennifer Porter
rons/Sponsors Potomac Grocer Potomac Nail Potomac Pizza Mr. & Mrs. Mike Priddy Progressions Salon Rad2 Orthodontics Mr. Frank Ramos & Mrs. Amelia de Lucio Ramos Mr. & Mrs. Mark Rampy Rappahannock Oyster Bar Dr. & Mrs. Mike Reidy Reliable-Churchill Republic National Distributing Co. Righteous Cheese The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando River Falls Tavern RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation Mr. & Mrs. Rodman Dr. Sara Romeyn & Mr. Tim Evans Mr. Laurence Rosoff & Mrs. Shannon Rosoff ’92 RSVP Catering Salon Central
Dr. & Mrs. Jay Samuels Mr. & Mrs. David Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Devin Schain Mr. & Mrs. Rory Schick Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Schwager Mr. David Schwartzberg ’88 & Mrs. Brandi Schwartzberg The Sharper Cut, Inc. Landscapes Silpada Designs Simply Slim Medical Mr. & Mrs. Tim Simpson Smashburger SoulCycle South Moon Under Southern Wine and Spirits of DE Starbucks Stella Barra Pizzeria Mr. Marc Steren ’89 & Mrs. Stephanie Steren Ms. Laura Steyer Ray Mr. & Mrs. Frazier Stowers Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc. Studio Ten83 Ms. Muriel Suggs
SUGO Osteria Summer House Santa Monica Mr. & Mrs. Dustin Swartz Mr. & Mrs. Eric Sypes Ms. Joanne Szadkowski & Ms. Julie Treadwell Talia’s Cuzina Tamjidi Skin Institute Ted’s Montana Grill Mr. Joe Teets The Delicious Dish Mr. Bill Timmons ’86 & Mrs. Cheryl Timmons Timothy’s Salon & Spa Mrs. Kily Tolentino Tollefson Swimming Total Wine & More, Mr. & Mrs. David Trone Totally Polished Mr. James Townsend Trader Joe’s Mr. Berry Trimble Twin Valley Distillery Uncle Julio’s Fine Mexican Food
University Admission Experts Mr. Kevin Vasco ’84 & Mrs. Cyndi Vasco ’83 Vasilis Mediterranean Grill Vie de France Vineyard Vines WABC TV Live! with Kelly Dr. & Mrs. Leith Wain Mr. Mark Walter Ms. Allison Walther & Mr. Kevin Deegan Mr. & Mrs. Dell Warren Washington Capitals Washington Nationals Washington Redskins Washington Wizards Wegmans Mr. & Mrs. John Whatley Wheel of Fortune Mr. Vincent White Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Whittleton Dr. & Mrs. Larry Widerlite Mr. & Mrs. Mike Wilbon Wild Tomato Mr. & Mrs. Blair Willing Wink Eyecare Boutique Mr. & Mrs. Marc Wiseman Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wisnosky Ms. Laura Wolf Zelos Trading Corp. Mrs. Charlene Zigah Zoës Kitchen Zohra Salon
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Creating a Legacy of Leadership
Capital Campaign Honor Roll of Giving
The success of the Creating a Legacy of Leadership Campaign is only possible because of the incredible generosity of the many Bullis Community members who have pledged their support for this project. Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W. Abrams Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Alleman Ms. Melissa Alpeter Blair Mr. John Anagnostou & Mrs. Stavroula Drosatou Mr. & Mrs. David J. Andreadis Mr. & Mrs. Howard Arnold Dr. & Mrs. Duruhan Badraslioglu Mr. George L. Balboa, Jr. ’87 & Ms. Nancy Wheeler-Balboa Mr. Peter J. Baldwin ’69 & Mrs. Eileen L. Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr. Bank of America Mr. & Mrs. Barry Bass Mr. & Mrs. John E. Baublitz Mr. & Mrs. Jay Beam Dr. Joyce & Dr. Robert Beck Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Beckman Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Bellistri Ms. Victoria Benson Ms. Nancy Berkowitz Mr. Andrew L. Blair ’86 & Mrs. Kerry A. Blair Mr. David T. Blair ’87 & Mrs. Mikel Blair Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Boarman Mr. & Mrs. Brandon Booth Mr. George Borden & Ms. Gina Maloney Mr. & Mrs. Chris Brown Mr. & Mrs. Andrew K. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Brunner Mary Frances Bryja, PhD Mr. & Mrs. Brad Buckles Ms. Sharon Buell Mr. & Mrs. David Buerger Mr. Edward L. Bullis ’86 & Dr. Catherine R. Bullis Mr. Lawrence H. Bullis ’54 & Mrs. Judith T. Bullis Mr. & Mrs. Glen I. Burke Mr. & Mrs. Robert Butland Mrs. Elena Caldeira
CapX Office Solutions, LLC Mr. Daniel Carelli The Carlynn and Lawrence Silverman Family Foundation Inc. Mr. & Mrs. George Carras Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Caulfield Ms. Molly Chehak & Mr. Jeff Stout Mr. Michael W. Chellman & Ms. Suzanne Hayes Mrs. Xiuli Cheng & Mr. Lijin Yang Mr. & Mrs. Karl W. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Cilento Mr. Jessie Clancey Coakley Williams Construction, Inc Mr. & Mrs. Rob Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Cohen Mrs. Michelle R. Cohen ’87 & Mr. David H. Cohen ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Alan Cohen The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Dr. & Ms. Dennis Conrad Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Conrad, III Mr. & Mrs. M. S. Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Donrole Cyprien Ms. Diana Daniels Mr. & Mrs. Loren Danielson Mrs. Faith Darling & Mr. Alexander Lourie Ms. Samantha Davis Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. Delinsky The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation Mr. & Mrs. James Dickie Mr. & Mrs. Barry Dickstein Mr. Harold J. Doebler ’52 & Mrs. Marie Doebler Mr. & Mrs. Scott Douglass Ms. Heather Drummond & Mr. Richard Schwartz Mrs. Doan Duong Mr. Dudley C. Dworken ’68 & Mrs. Karen D. Dworken Mr. & Mrs. Jason M. Eist Mrs. Suellen Estrin
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Mr. & Mrs. Tony Everett Mr. Armond J. Farrar Mr. & Ms. Robert Ferrara Mr. & Mrs. David Fink Mr. Peter J. FitzGerald ’50 & Mrs. Jerry FitzGerald Mr. & Mrs. John Foreman Mr. & Mrs. Todd Foreman Mr. & Mrs. Esty Foster Ms. Joy Foust Colburn & Mr. Mark Colburn Mr. Robert L. Freeman ’66 & Mrs. Carol A. Freeman Ms. Jennifer E. Frey Reni Mrs. Audrey G. Friedlander ’86 & Mr. Jonathan K. Friedlander ’82 Dr. Gary S. Friedlander ’79 & Mrs. Deborah Friedlander Mr. Jerome Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. Joe Gawronski Ms. Rita Gerharz Mr. Anthony Giles & Dr. Constance Giles* Ms. Lily E. Gillett Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Goldberg Ms. Boloye Gomero Mr. Nathan Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Jim V. Gramm Ms. Lisa Gray & Mr. David Sjogren Ms. Zane Gray Mr. & Mrs. Adam Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Gross Ms. Minhua Guan Mrs. Weilan Guan & Mr. Zhijian Hu Mr. Nicholas Haggins Ms. Jennifer Hale Mr. Jonathan Halle ’88 & Mrs. Alisa S. Halle Mr. & Mrs. Warren Halle Ms. Lisa Handelman Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Hanley The Hanley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Hanson Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Harris
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald T. Harrison Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Harwood Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hasfurter Ms. Darlene Haught Mr. & Mrs. John E. Havas Mr. Ryan S. Hayden ’96 Dr. Paul Heins Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey W. Hellberg Mrs. Claudia B. Helmig ’88 & Mr. Timothy Helmig Ms. Laura Heninger Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Heymann Mr. & Mrs. Donnie V. Hinton Mr. & Mrs. Lamont Hoffman Ms. Gudrun Hofmeister & Mr. Malcolm Furgol Ms. Molly Hokkanen Mr. & Ms. Mark Hollars Mr. & Ms. Edwards Holliday Mr. Grant Hollingsworth ’04 Mr. & Mrs. Joe G. Hollingsworth Mr. & Mrs. Glen Homan Mr. & Mrs. John Hosmer Mr. & Mrs. Bart Hosmer Mr. & Mrs. William E. Houston Ms. Jing Hua Huang Mrs. Tianyan Huang & Mr. Xicheng Shi Mr. Xin Huang Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Huguely Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hunter Mr. & Mrs. James Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Hyman The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Mrs. Charrisse Jackson-Jordan & Mr. Edward M. Jordan Sr. Mr. & Ms. Will Jacobi Mr. & Mrs. William S. Janes Ms. Annika Jansa ’16 Mr. Bruce Jansa ’15 Mr. Michael L. Jansa & Ms. Banu Qureshi Mr. & Mrs. Lee Jarmon, Sr.
Mr. Charles Johnson Mrs. Debra & Mr. Michael Joram Dr. Richard K. Jung & Dr. Janice K. Anderson Dr. Jason Katzen ’98 & Mrs. Lori Katzen Professor Zaza Kavteladze & Mrs. Elena Volkova Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kay Mr. & Mrs. Larry Law Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kelley Ms. Elizabeth Kelly Mr. Mark Smith & Ms. Joan Kelly-Smith Mr. Jason Kezmarsky Mr. & Mrs. David King Ms. Shirley Kirkwood & Mr. Julian Cox Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kittel Ms. Erica Klein ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Gary Klein Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kogod Mr. & Mrs. Brad Kosegarten Dr. Ellen V. Krieger & Mr. Gary P. Ratner Ms. Kristin Kvasnyuk Mrs. Katharine Latimer & Mr. Richard Slaten Mr. JP Lavalleye & Mrs. Lesley Lavalleye Mr. & Mrs. Ethan Leder The Lemon Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Lewis Dr. Karen & Mr. Kevin Lewis Ms. Sonam Lhaki Mr. Biao Li & Ms. Nao M. Zhu Mrs. Zhilan Li & Mr. Lianbing Yang Mr. Robert J. Linehan & Ms. Claudia M. Meer Mr. & Mrs. Tyrone S. Lloyd Mr. Thomas C. Lofton, Jr. ’58 & Mrs. Jane Lofton Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Lombardo, Jr. Mr. Dianwei Lu & Mrs. Qiaoliang Hao Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Lumpkin Ms. Cathy Lymon Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. Margolis Mr. Nicholas S. Markoff ’60 Mr. & Mrs. J. Willard Marriott, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Drew Martin Mr. & Mrs. James B. Martin Mrs. Maureen Martin & Dr. David Martin The Martin Family Foundation Inc Mr. Andrew V. Marusak, III ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Matuszky Mr. & Mrs. Chip Maust Mr. & Mrs. George P. Mavrikes Ms. Stephanie Mayer-Sattin Mr. & Mrs. Steven E. Mays Mr. Tom McCally &
Mrs. Ande Torgerson McCally Mr. & Mrs. David D. McCready Mr. Todd S. McCreight & Ms. Cathie Lutter Mr. & Mrs. James McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. McIntyre Mr. & Mrs. Allan D. McKelvie Mr. & Mrs. Duane C. McKnight Mr. & Mrs. Alan L. Meltzer Dr. & Mrs. Marvin Menick Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Micholas Dr. Sara Miles & Mr. Steven Miles Mr. Christopher P. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Mills Mr. & Mrs. Austin Mittler Mrs. Abby S. Moffat Mr. & Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Moore Mr. Stephane Moreau Dr. Marilyn & Mr. Romerio Moreno Ms. Louisa Morris Mr. & Mrs. Mark Morris Ms. Nancy S. Moses Myra Reinhard Family Foundation Ms. Stephanie Nashman & Mr. Adam Chmara Ms. Natasha M. Nazareth Ms. Susan K. Neely Dr. Jens Neumann Mrs. Barbara Nolan Mr. Christopher Nordeen Mr. & Mrs. Charles K. Nulsen, III Dr. Chuck Nwosu & Mrs. Pauletta Rowser-Nwosu Ms. Liberty Okulski Mrs. Jennifer Hayman Okun ’99 & Mr. Jared Okun Mr. & Mrs. Sean D. O’Neill Ms. Maire O’Neill ’05 Ms. Kira R. Orr ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Scott Overall Mr. & Mrs. Ellis J. Parker, III Mr. Andres R. Parra ’99 & Mrs. Tara S. Parra ’01 Mr. & Mrs. Ronald R. Pate, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. L. Scott S. Peel Mr. Andrew Pitzer Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Pollicino Mr. Stanley & Dr. Jennifer Porter Mr. David Posnick ’08 Mr. Joshua Posnick ’03 Ms. Kathryn Powell Mr. & Mrs. Michael Priddy Mr. & Mrs. Ted Prince, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Psacharopoulos Dr. Dong Qin & Dr. Lizhu Zhou Dr. & Mrs. Moeen A. Qureshi Mr. & Mrs. Mark Rampy Mr. & Mrs. David Reed Dr. & Mrs. J. Michael Reidy
Mr. Alexander Reinhardt Ms. Molly Reinhart Mr. Mark Riffee Mr. William J. Risio ’61 & Mrs. Mary C. Risio Dr. Sara Romeyn & Mr. Timothy G. Evans Ms. Hilary Rosen Ms. Stacey Roshan Mr. Jim Roumell & Ms. Debbie Billet-Roumell Mrs. Shannon Ryan Crain ’98 & Mr. John Crain Mr. Wes Sage ’64 & Mrs. Linda Sage Mr. & Ms. Philip Sahady Mr. Michael Salmon Mr. & Mrs. David Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Gerald H. Schaeffer Mr. & Mrs. Rory Schick Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Schruefer Mrs. Dale Schuble Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Schuble Mr. & Mrs. Jim Schumacher Mr. C. Dean Sclavounos ’63 & Mrs. Ann Sclavounos Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Semple Mr. Lizhao Sha & Mrs. Lixiang Rong Ms. Marcella Sheintal Mr. & Mrs. Eric Siegel Mrs. Carlynn Silverman Ms. Emily Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Simpson Mr. Shamsher Singh & Ms. Carol Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. James W. Smith, III Mr. & Mrs. Mark B. Smith Mr. Keith Teel & Ms. Rebecca Snow Mrs. Jin Song & Mr. Lingbo Zhang Ms. Bernice Sparrow Mrs. Diana Davis Spencer Mr. & Mrs. Sompodh Sripoom Mr. Nathan Stanford Mr. Marc N. Steren ’89 & Mrs. Stephanie Steren Ms. Laura M. X. Steyer ’04 Mr. Frazier Stowers Mrs. Meghan Louise Stowers The Honorable & Mrs. Scott W. Stucky Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sturges Ms. Audrey M. Sugimura & Mr. Brian E. Ferguson Mr. Liyong Sun & Ms. Hong Gao Mr. James D. Swinson ’62 Ms. Joanne Szadkowski Dr. & Mrs. Mark Taff Mrs. Xiuyan Tang & Mr. Runjiang Wang Mr. Joseph R. Teets Dr. Daniel TerBush &
Ms. Karin Novak Ms. Cheryl Terwilliger & Ms. Cathy Harris Mr. & Mrs. Milton C. Theo Mrs. Maria Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Roderick Tolentino Mr. James B. Trimble Mr. & Mrs. David J. Trone COL M. S. Tuomey, USA ’78 Mr. T. Douglas Tuomey, III ’74 & Mrs. Colleen Tuomey Ms. Rebecca Turett Ms. Maria G. Uechi & Mr. Luis A. Uechi Mr. Joseph Van Meter Ms. Lisa Vardi Mr. Richard S. Varney ’52 Mrs. Cyndi E. Vasco ’83 & Mr. Kevin Vasco ‘84 Mr. & Mrs. Florin Vasilian Mr. & Mrs. John N. ’80 Vassos Dr. & Mrs. Alejandro Velikovsky Mr. & Mrs. Charles Vinal Dr. & Mrs. Leith Wain Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Walsh Mr. Cheng Wang & Mrs. Hui You Mr. Hua Wang & Mrs. Qunwu Sun Mr. Lei Wang & Ms. Wenping Sun Mr. Qiang Cheng & Mrs. Min Wang Mr. & Mrs. Xiaofang Wang Mr. & Mrs. Dell D. Warren, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Warsaw Ms. Sherri A. Watkins Mr. & Mrs. Tom Waugh Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Weinberger Mr. David Weiner Mr. & Mrs. John Whatley Mr. & Mrs. William A. White Mr. Bryan G. Whitford Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Widerlite Ms. Danielle Wilcox Major General & Mrs. Harvey D. Williams Ms. Joyce L. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wisnosky Ms. Laura E. Wolf Dr. Thomas Yau & Dr. Linda Yau Mrs. Laura Zaimi & Mr. James Roof Dr. Barry Davis & Mrs. Tina Zazaris-Davis Mr. Wanbin Zhang & Mrs. Yuling Hong Mr. Jianzhong Zhou & Mrs. Ting Yao Mr. Matt Zimmer & Ms. Devin Cheema Susie & Stephen Zimmermann Mr. & Mrs. David Zolet Mr. & Mrs. Alan Zuckerman * Deceased
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