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Board Members

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The Moonstone Board is comprised of current parents, alumni parents, artists, and community members. Their role is to oversee Moonstone Inc. as a non-profit and to maintain operation in accordance with its mission. They are responsible for fundraising, setting important policies, and ensuring that the organization meets legal requirements.

The Moonstone Board is consists of a Preschool Committee and an Art Center Committee, which is overseen by the Executive Board.

The Board of 2016-2017:

Executive Committee

President – Teresa Ravenellcurrent parent
Associate Professor of Law, Villanova University

Treasurer – Amy Hanssenscommunity member
Finance, Budget and Controls Director, Susquehanna International Group, LLP

Preschool Chair – Corinne Militellocurrent parent
Attorney, Ballard Spahr

Secretary – Margaux DelCollo – current parent
Current parent, MFA President

Founder – Sandy Robin
Former Director, Moonstone Preschool

Founder – Larry Robin
Director, Moonstone Arts Center

Art Center Chair – Charles Carrcommunity member
Vice President, Philadelphia Center for Family Development

Preschool Committee

Adrienne Wallace-Chewcommunity member
Adjunct Professor, Rosemont College, Cabrini College, & St. Joseph’s University

Ariella Werden-Greenfield, Ph.D. –  community member
Assistant Director of Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History
Kimberly Carterformer Director of Moonstone Preschool
Director of Auxiliary Programming, The Philadelphia School

Linda Marshallalumni parent

Rose McElhatton Donahue – alumni parent
Manager of Employee Communications, Glaxo Smith Kline

Art Center Committee

Amy Haavik-MacKinnoncommunity member
Amy Hodgdoncommunity member
Deborah Friescommunity member
Dr. Diane Waffcommunity member
Practice Professor, Literacy Division University of Pennsylvania

Jennifer Stanton – community member
Cheif Financial Officer of Communally

Ray Garmancommunity member

Vera DaVinci – community member
Education Outreach Manager, National Museum of American Jewish History

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