Meet the Headmaster
Rutgers Preparatory School (1992-present):
Headmaster for Rutgers Preparatory School in Somerset, New Jersey. RPS is the oldest independent school in New Jersey and the 16th oldest in the nation. It is a college preparatory day school for 712 students in Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade, with an annual budget of approximately 15 million dollars, and employs 120+ full-time staff. RPS has completed a capital campaign to support technology, library, classroom and athletic facilities and now is in the midst of a campaign to support the music and drama programs.
Dunn School (1982-92):
Headmaster of Dunn School in Los Olivos, California. Dunn is a college preparatory, co-ed day school for grades 6-12 and boarding school for grades 9-12. Total student enrollment is about 200.
In addition to supervising all on-campus boarding, curricular and development programs, I taught courses in Study Skills, English, coordinated the Community Service Projects, organized weekend programs, coached baseball and volleyball and directed all fund raising projects.
Brentwood School (1976-82):
Assistant Headmaster, Director of the Upper School (grades 9-12) and Dean of Studies at Brentwood School, a coeducational college preparatory day school in Los Angeles, California. I coached varsity basketball, baseball and junior varsity football, taught American Literature and several elective courses.
Rutgers University & Pepperdine University: Adjunct faculty member .
Village Day Camps, Geneva, Switzerland: Summer Program Director.
Herringswell Manor School, Bury St. Edmunds, England: Teacher of English as a Foreign Language.
American School of Aberdeen, Scotland: Teacher of High School Literature, English as Foreign Language and Physical Education.
University of California, Los Angeles: Doctoral degree in Education (1980). Concentration in Education Administration.
Stanford University M.A. degree (1976): Program in Administration and Policy Analysis, School of Education.
International People’s College Denmark (1975): Courses in Comparative Education.
Princeton University A.B. degree (1974): Major in English with concentration in American Literature. General course work involved 16 departments, including music, art, psychology, history, philosophy, economics. Undergraduate President of Prospect Education Foundation. Varsity baseball.