Board of Directors


List of 4 items.

  • Matthew Burns

    Matthew Burns, Chairman of the Board and President, has been the CEO and president of Burns Engineering, Inc., an engineering and construction management firm, since 1991. Prior to this, he was a member of the technical staff at Bell Labs and a staff engineer at Western Electric. Burns is a member of the American Society of Engineering Companies, the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Catholic University Engineering Development Board. In addition to Church Farm School, he is a board member of the Philadelphia Engineering Foundation, was a finance committee member for the Saints Phillip and James School and served as a volunteer for the March of Dimes. He received his BEE from The Catholic University in America, an MSEE from Lehigh University and attended the Harvard Business School. He lives with his wife and three children, and participates in Boy Scouts, triathlons, skiing, competition barbecue and amateur radio. Matt's son John graduated from Church Farm School in 2010.
  • Vincent J. Napoleon

    Vincent J. Napoleon, Vice Chairman, is a seasoned C-suite business leader, legal executive and retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Colonel with 30 years of experience representing global Fortune 100 and 500 aerospace, technology, professional services and life-science related companies. He serves as Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Fincantieri Marine Group, LLC. Active in church and civic activities, Vincent serves on the Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, DC, and is a member of the Financial Oversight Commitee for the Bishop Walker School for Boys, a private day-school for boys administered by the Diocese of Washington. Vincent is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts of America National Capital Area Council. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a focus on International Management and Marketing from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College and the U.S. Air Force Air War College. Vincent resides in Sandy Spring, MD with his wife Lisa and are the proud parents of two adult children, Erin and Ian.
  • Alemayehu Addis '97

    Alemayehu Addis '97, Board Treasurer. In May 1991, 11-year-old Alemayehu Addis left his family and most of their worldly possessions to escape the turmoil in his homeland of Ethiopia, settling in Philadelphia with his sister and mother. Addis’ mother sought a residential school where he could receive a formidable education. Upon learning about Church Farm School, he applied. “I later heard that I completely bombed the aptitude test,” Addis laughs. “But CFS took a chance on me.” He entered 7th grade just three months after arriving in the United States.

    After graduating, he secured an electrical engineering degree from the University of Pennsylvania, performed U.S. Army tours in Afghanistan and Iraq (where he earned two Commendations and a Bronze Star) and now works as an information security architect. He joined the CFS Board of Directors in 2014.
  • Carol Aichele

    Carol Aichele, Board Secretary, began her working life as a middle school math and science teacher in south Los Angeles, which shaped her lifelong commitment to helping children access the knowledge and the skills they need for adult life.

    For more than 40 years, Carol has been active in both public and private school education. She is past president of the Pennsylvania Association of Councils of Trustees, past chair of the Council of Trustees of West Chester University and past president of the Tredyffrin Easttown Board of School Directors. She is a current member of the board of trustees of Delaware Valley University and the Pennsylvania State Board of Education. In 2015, Carol joined the staff at West Chester University to help establish the Center for Community Solutions, a community-university partnership to connect campus resources and expertise with community needs and find solutions.

    From 2011 to 2015, Carol served as Secretary of the Commonwealth for the Corbett administration where she led the Pennsylvania Department of State and served as the chief election official for the Commonwealth. Before joining the Corbett cabinet, Carol served on the Chester County Board of Commissioners. In 2010, she was one of three commissioners in the nation individually recognized by the National Association of Counties to receive a Courthouse Award for her leadership in Landscapes2, a nationally acclaimed example of innovative and fiscally responsible governance. Under her leadership, the County was awarded three Triple-A bond ratings for excellent financial management practices. Before serving as commissioner, Carol was the first woman controller of Chester County and served as president of the State Association of County Controllers. Carol is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in economics. She and her husband, Steve, live in Malvern and have three children and eight grandchildren.


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  • Andrew Carrigan '87

    Andrew Carrigan is an ’87 CFS alum and a graduate of Washington College. He’s an award-winning advertising creative director, whose work has been widely recognized for over 20 years on campaigns for Nike, ESPN, MLB, MTV and Rolex. A writer by trade—Andy has written commercials for some of the top athletes, actors and influencers across culture. Currently working at Facebook, he is also a founding partner of Habitat Farms, a brand start-up supporting wildlife conservation. Andy has served on several committees at the St. Luke’s School and Grace Church of New York. A lifelong supporter of CFS, Andy recently moved back to the Philadelphia area with his wife, Amee, and their two teenage daughters.
  • The Rt. Rev. Daniel G.P. Gutierrez

    The Rt. Rev. Daniel G.P. Gutierrez The Rt. Rev. Daniel G. P. Gutiérrez was consecrated on July 16, 2016, serving as the 16th bishop of the historic Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, which is the second oldest and fourth largest in the Episcopal Church. After his initial “listening pilgrimage” to all of the Diocese’s 133 parishes, Gutiérrez became focused on emphasizing the sacred presence of Jesus Christ and a call to holiness. In addition, the focus is empowering laity, inspiring creative solutions for church growth, emphasizing the missions of the church, social justice, poverty and ensuring that transparency is part of everything. He also restructured the Diocesan offices to better serve its parishes without increasing the budget.

    Before his calling as Bishop, Gutiérrez served as Canon to the Ordinary, Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff in the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande. He also had an extensive career in public service, economic development and as president of a strategy and media firm. He served as vice-chairperson of The Social Justice and International Policy Committee for the 79th General Convention; was a board member for numerous organizations including the National Hispanic Foundation; and a chairman of the San Jose (NM) Community Redevelopment Task Force. He currently serves as a board member for The Church Farm School; Episcopal Academy; and as the chairman of the Board of Trustees for Episcopal Community Services. You can read his full bio here.

  • Michael Hankin

    Michael Hankin is the Chief Operating Officer at Hankin Group. In this role, Hankin oversees all operational and strategic functions at Hankin Group and is responsible for the company’s multi-family division, Hankin Apartments. Prior to joining Hankin Group, he spent eight years in the financial professional services industry working for PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young. Hankin sits on several boards including the Chester County Economic Development Council and Handi-Crafters (Treasurer). He is a graduate of Virginia Tech University and a CPA, licensed in Pennsylvania.
  • Rev. Canon Preston Belfield Hannibal

    Rev. Canon Preston Belfield Hannibal is Priest Associate for Pastoral Care at Washington National Cathedral. Previously he served as canon for academic ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington. For the past seven years chief among his responsibilities has been the Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys (PreK-fifth grade), the newest school in the diocese. Prior to 2003, he was senior chaplain and chair of the Religion Department at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Massachusetts. Before his appointment to St. Mark’s he was the associate minister in the Memorial Church and University Chaplain at Harvard University. From 1999 to 2012, Hannibal held an appointment as affiliated minister in the Memorial Church, Harvard University. He is a member of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Black Ministries, Clergy Recruitment, Training, and Development Committee, the Governing Board of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, the board of the Council for American Private Education, Washington, DC Chapter, the Mid Atlantic Episcopal Schools Association and the Governing Board of the Church Farm School, Exton, Penn. He graduated from Westmont College with an A.B. in sociology. He earned his Masters of Divinity degree from Bexley Hall Seminary. He has also done graduate study in theology at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University. He has been a visiting scholar at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, England, where he studied the life and ministry of the Rt. Rev. Samuel Ajayi Crowther, the first African bishop in the Anglican Communion. He and his wife, Sandi, an administrator at Norwood School, have three grown children.
  • Stacey Shreiner Kley

    Stacey Shreiner Kley served as the Director of External Affairs for Montgomery School from 2011-2017. Prior to Montgomery School, Kley was the Director of Professional Development at the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS). She is a graduate of The Shipley School, and served on its board of trustees from 2005-2014, including three years as Vice Chair.

    She is an Emeritus Trustee of Montgomery School, where she chaired their Board of Trustees for five years of her nine-year tenure. She holds an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA from Princeton University.

    Kley grew up at Church Farm School as the daughter of the school's second headmaster, Dr. Charles W. Shreiner, Jr. She is the granddaughter of the founder and first CFS headmaster, The Rev. Charles W. Shreiner, and the sister of the school's third headmaster, Terry Shreiner. Stacey lives with her family in Chester Springs.
  • Tammy James

    Tammy James has more than 25 years of faculty experience at West Chester University. She currently serves as the Faculty Associate for Student Engagement and Retention, a Professor in the Department of Health and the Coordinator of COMPASS, an academic support and retention program that addresses the achievement gap for Black/Brown male students at West Chester University. A first-generation college graduate, Tammy strongly believes in the power of teaching and learning. In addition to teaching, Tammy believes in service to community. She has served on the boards of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the Chester County Maternal and Child Health Consortium and the American Cancer Society. She currently serves on the Kent State Alumni Board of Directors and the NACADA/NCAA Advisory Board. Tammy believes strongly in the mission of the Church Farm School and specifically its alignment with her work with the COMPASS Program at WCU. She holds a bachelor's and master's in health education and a Ph.D. in curriculum & instruction from Kent State University.
  • Lauren Miller

    Lauren Miller has worked her entire career in the technology sector. After earning her B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, she worked as a mechanical design engineer at the NASA Glenn Research Center. She then spent 10 years as the Global Marketing Director at aerospace software producer Analytical Graphics, Inc. before returning to NASA Headquarters as a consultant. She has also led collaborative innovation initiatives and technical communications at global innovators including Bentley Systems, TE Connectivity, CommScope and CVS Health. She is passionate about world travel, farm-to-table movements, classic cars and philanthropy. Before joining the Church Farm School Board of Directors, she was a member of its Leadership Council for five years, serving as its co-chair for the past three years.
  • Anthony Moore

    Anthony Moore is the principal and CEO of Paradigm Group Consultants, LLC, a management-consulting firm based in Philadelphia. In this role, he defines the change theory and consulting direction with clients. He is also the relationship partner for the executive and senior level clients of the firm. In addition to his role as CEO, Anthony is the manager of the Leadership Practice, responsible for leadership and management development programs. Prior to Paradigm Group, Anthony enjoyed a successful career with Xerox Corporation. He has also worked with education and nonprofit organizations such as Yale University, Duke University, Dickinson College, Penn State University and Partners of the Americas, Philadelphia 2016, School District of Philadelphia and Magee Rehabilitation and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
  • Romane Paul '06

    Romane Paul, a 2006 graduate of Church Farm School, is currently a litigation associate for Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. Prior to this, he has worked for the New York State Attorney General’s Office as a legal intern with the Civil Rights Bureau, as a legislative director for the Office of State Senator Raymond J. Lesniak (D-NJ), a legislative aide, office of public policy for the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders, campaign manager for Neron and Rodriguez for the Elizabeth Board of Education and was a Teach for America Corps Member. Romane receive his Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School, where he served as the Commencement Speaker. He holds an M.S. in education from Hunter College, and his B.A. from Swarthmore College, where he also served as Commencement Speaker. His younger brother, Larry, is a current Church Farm School student, and Romane returns to campus often to share his experiences with students and participate in alumni choral concerts.
  • Caroline "Cackie" Buck Rogers

    Caroline "Cackie" Buck Rogers and her family have been involved with the school for decades, as her father J. Mahlon Buck, Jr. served on the Board for nearly 40 years. Cackie has served on many boards throughout her lifetime, including The Shipley School, The Haverford School, Princeton University, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Bryn Mawr Hospital, the Philadelphia Zoo and more. She also is a co-director of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church’s Wednesday Evening Tutoring Program. She earned 10 varsity letters in field hockey at Princeton, and continues to volunteer her skills as a coach for Shipley.
  • Kari Richards

    Kari Richards is the granddaughter of longtime CFS Board Chair Tyler Griffin. Kari received her undergraduate degree in English from Georgetown University and her Masters in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She taught in several public and independent schools in the Philadelphia area. She is a certified, trauma-informed yoga instructor. Kari has spent the past six years immersed in Equity and Justice work, training with leaders in the field across the country. She most recently trained as a new leader for the National SEED Project (Seeking Equity in Education and Diversity).
  • Mani Sabapathi

    Mani Sabapathi is a nonprofit innovator in the areas of education and EdTech, an impact investor and the co-founder of a quant finance startup - Basis Point Global. Prior to pursuing impact investing and focusing on education outcomes in rural, underserved regions using technology, Mani worked at Prudential Financial for over 25 years, most recently as a senior portfolio manager overseeing Global Bond Funds. He is a keen believer in education as a means to empower the next generation of leaders and help people cross social-economic boundaries. Church Farm’s mission aligns well with his desire to provide a high-quality education and also improve access to such education. He holds a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as bachelor’s degrees from the Wharton School and UPenn’s School of Engineering.
  • Geoff Sheehan

    Geoff Sheehan has a longstanding relationship with Church Farm School, having served on its Leadership Council for many years and sponsoring, through Meridian Bank, a number of CFS events, including its two signature fundraising events: the CFS Gala and CFS Golf Classic. Geoff is the senior vice president and head of commercial and industrial lending at Meridian Bank in Malvern. He has been with the company since 2006. He lives in West Chester with his family and holds degrees from Penn State University and the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Geoff says, "My personal interest in supporting CFS started the first time I set foot on campus and met the boys almost 15 years ago. CFS is a great education, but more importantly, it prepares the boys for life and changes the trajectory of their lives."
  • Marc Turner

    Marc Turner is Managing Director and Founding partner of Renaissance Advisory Group, an Independent Registered Investment Advisory firm in Bryn Mawr, PA. Prior to founding Renaissance Advisory Group, he spent many years at a number of the top financial institutions across the region. A member of the Association of African American Financial Advisors, Marc mentors several young financial advisors across the country and has taught several financial literacy courses within the high school and collegiate levels. Marc spent five years as a D1 basketball coach at Villanova University and Manhattan College, and served as Church Farm School’s head basketball coach for more than 20 years. He was inducted into the school’s Hall of Athletic Honor in 2019. He has served on several boards over the years, including Exton Region Chamber of Commerce, The Achievement Project and Phoenixville Area Positive Alternative. He is the proud father of three beautiful daughters.
  • David Zimmerman '88

    David Zimmerman is a CFS alum (Class of 1988), former President of the Alumni Association Executive Council and graduate of Temple University. He is a member of QVC's leadership team and develops world-class customer and team member experiences. David was recognized as a top 50 global customer experience professional by Marketing Week for excelling at creating best in class customer experiences, demonstrating innovation and influencing the industry. He believes strongly in giving back to the communities where he lives and works and is passionate about making a positive impact in Chester County. David enjoys spending time with his wife Lisa and sons Nikolas and David at Marsh Creek State Park or Long Beach Island.
The Church Farm School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12 located in Exton, PA. Founded in 1918 to provide an excellent education to young men from limited means, Church Farm School now serves boys from a range of socio-economic circumstances who are seeking an extraordinary educational opportunity. The school offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum and an exceptional level of personal attention, with class sizes averaging between just 7 and 12 students.