Welcome, New SCH Trustees

Welcome, New SCH Trustees

SCH extends a warm welcome to our newest members of the Board of Trustees who will serve a three-year term.

canning board member

Partner, Capitol Tax Partners
SCH experience: Fundraised and volunteered for squash and crew programs
BA, Dartmouth College; JD, Georgetown University Law Center

“As a parent of three young adults who were all lifers at SCH, I feel fortunate to assume a new role as a board member at this great school. SCH’s passion for innovation and excellence creates a unique and exciting academic experience to launch the next generation of future leaders. The fabulous athletics and arts facilities at SCH also provide students with opportunities for personal growth and leadership. As a board member, I hope to use my background as a lawyer, focused on federal and state legislative advocacy, to collaborate with and support SCH’s administration in its efforts to increase awareness of civic responsibilities and opportunities for engagement.”

Donato board member

CEO, The Safegard Group
SCH experience: Volunteer for the robotics program
BA, Schreyer Honors College Pennsylvania State University

“Growing up in a family full of educators, I believe in the power of education to drive change in our community and the world. Springside Chestnut Hill Academy excels in preparing our students for the evolving challenges they will face. I am excited to join the outstanding trustees and strong school leadership as we bolster the resources offered by our incredible school.”


fuld board member

SARAH KOLODNER FULD P’28, P’30, P’32, P’34
Community Advocate
SCH experience: Blue Devils Club chair; brought National Girls and Women in Sports Day to the school; committed to mentoring young athletes
BA, Princeton University

“SCH has a palpable spirit that’s felt throughout its incredible campus—a contagious energy that’s innovative, pragmatic, and solutions-oriented. As a member of the board, I hope to contribute to the school’s mission of growing an inclusive, supportive community where students of many varied backgrounds can thrive intellectually, are encouraged to pursue their passions, and are ultimately able to learn together and from each other.”

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