Sara Varhus, Ph D.
Retired Vice President for Academic Affairs at Nazareth College. She is also a member of the Board of the Friends of the Women’s Right National Park. She was previously President of the Oswego County Humane Society and a member of the Board of the Girl Scout Council of Central New York.
A Rochester-area human resources professional with strong program administration, financial and budget management experience, Lisa Lewis currently serves as the Vice President of Housing Services for Catholic Family Center.
Accounting professional with broad financial management experience in business and nonprofit most recently with The Strong Museum. Currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree at SUNY Brockport with an emphasis in poverty studies.
CPA. CFO of the Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority. Formerly Director of Finance, Monroe County. President-elect of NYS Society of CPAs. Member of Baden Street Settlement House Board.
Dr. Christian Wilkins
Associate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Education and Human Development at The College at Brockport. Graduate of the Harvard School of Education. Research interests include school choice, charter schools, and students with disabilities.
Attorney with over 25 years in practice. Serves on a number of local nonprofit boards including Barakah Muslim Charity, an entity providing food, social and other essential services to the greater Rochester community; President of Pittsford Youth Services, an organization devoted to providing mental health services and supports to Pittsford students and their families, and is the Immediate past President of the Islamic Center of Rochester. Serves the Monroe County And New York State Bar Associations.
Retired Attorney. Retired Bausch & Lomb Senior VP and General Counsel. A trustee emeritus of Hillside Family of Agencies, a trustee emeritus of Albany Law School, Union University and the Seneca Zoo Society.
Recently retired after 15 years as President of Nazareth College. He is currently the Senior Higher Education Counsel at the law firm of Harter, Secrest and Emery. He also is co-chair of the Rochester Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative and serves on the Boards of the Farash Foundation, WXXI, and the Golisano Children’s Hospital.
Retired Instructional Coach involved with various initiatives including tech integration, new teacher induction, curriculum, and assessment. Currently a consultant with school districts around Monroe County and TESOL Field Experience Coordinator with SUNY Brockport. Member of PEPAC and PEU Boards with SUNY Brockport.
Parent representative. Parent of one Discovery student.
Parent representative. Mother of two DCS students. Clerk at Rochester City Hall. Certified Parent Leader in the Rochester community.