Meet Our Board

The Board of Trustees’ primary responsibilities are strategic and fiduciary, ensuring that the school remains financially sustainable and approving Mission-appropriate policies.

The Board is the steward of the school’s future and works closely with the Head of School, the steward of the school’s day-to-day operations. The Board consists of approximately 15 members, 25 percent of whom are Quakers. The Board and its subcommittees conduct their business consistent with the decision-making practices of the Religious Society of Friends.
david charles

President

Horsham Friends Meeting

 

shannan schuster

Vice-President

Current Parent

Huston Dawson

Treasurer

Alumnus

frederick pratt

Secretary

Educator

Nicole Chisholm

HR Executive

Bob Cotter

Educator & Fundraiser

elizabeth eschallier

Alumni Grandparent

Doylestown Friends Meeting

alan folsom

Horsham Friends Meeting

 

frank jarrett

Horsham Friends Meeting

Gregory Mattle

Alumni Parent

Laju Obasaju 

Executive

 

karen russell

Gwynedd Friends Meeting

Accountant

Veronica Weatherill

Newtown Friends Meeting

karen wright

Scientist

“Leading the Change is the most far-reaching strategic plan in our school's history,  yet I have never been more confident in our community's ability to accomplish our goals. Together, we will deliver bold leadership, authentic engagement, emboldened people, unparalleled programs, and audacious innovation - and we will impact the lives of even more individuals with complex challenges.” -Alex Brosowsky, Head of School

Upcoming Events

Shine Together Blog

Managing Impulses & Inhibiting Responding: Expert Talk #2 with Dr. Cheryl Ann Chase

Calling out in class before raising a hand … talking too much … saying embarrassing things in public … pushing to the front of the line at the playground … 

These are all common examples of why a young child might be called “impulsive” – and impulse control is an important topic related to executive functioning in children. That’s why it’s the second subject that Dr. Cheryl Ann Chase trained both TQS parents and educators on as part of our two-year working partnership

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The Importance of Executive Functions: Expert Talk with Dr. Cheryl Chase

Navigating the complexities of parenting children with ADHD, learning disabilities, autism, and expressive challenges can be an ongoing challenge – which is why here at TQS, we aim to not only champion our students, but also our parents and educators. 

That’s why we've partnered with Dr. Cheryl Chase, a renowned clinical psychologist, to help TQS families and faculty better understand a topic of critical importance to our student community: executive functioning.

Read More about The Importance of Executive Functions: Expert Talk with Dr. Cheryl Chase