THE ICG WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

May 13, 2016
ICG Board Chair Elise London of St. Mark’s School (MA) announced today that the Independent Curriculum Group is welcome three new members to its Board of Directors.
Elise writes:

“Please join me in welcoming Liz Davis, Assistant Head of School at Synapse School, Margaret Haviland, Assistant Head for Faculty and Program at Westtown School, and Luthern Williams, Head of School at New Roads School, to our group,

“With Liz, Margaret, and Luthern joining our team we add important voices into our work. As our

Liz Davis, Synapse School

Liz Davis, Synapse School

partnerships with K-8 schools grow, Liz’s knowledge and background with K-8 schools on both coasts will be invaluable in helping us

understand ways to support this important work. Her work with the EdCamp organization and unconferencing will also be particularly important for us to tap into as it connects to our growing Academic Leaders Retreat programs.

Margaret Haviland, Westtown School

Margaret Haviland, Westtown School

Margaret adds a much-needed perspective from a Quaker school, as our work resonates with many members of the Friends Council on Education. Margaret also brings a history of relationship with ICG, as she was involved in assessment conversations and in the planning of a one-day conference at Westtown back in 2010. Luthern brings us important perspective from his educational leadership work on both

Luthern Williams, New Roads School

Luthern Williams, New Roads School

coasts. He can also help us to understand the demographics of Southern California, where we have growing partnerships and have hoped for a board partner on the ground.

“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to work with such a talented group of educators. It’s a real honor. I truly believe that this will be a ground-breaking year for the ICG in many ways, and I am excited to work with our new members as well as the veteran board members to make it so.”
With the ICG Partner list standing at close to 140 schools and growing, the leadership of our board in setting the direction for our work and supporting our several important new initiatives–the Educator Expert Program, our menu of webinars, the Academic Leaders Retreats, and a coming national conversation on independent curriculum–becomes increasingly important. We are excited to consider our future.
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