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Park Day’s Board of Trustees is responsible for the governance and stewardship of the school. Board members are fiduciaries who steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, as well as by making sure Park Day has adequate resources to advance its mission.
The Board strives to reflect our diversity community consistent with the stated mission of the school, and is made up of between 17 to 23 trustees. Requests for nominees are solicited from the community and comprise parents, staff, and community members who bring particular expertise and perspective. The Governance Committee of the Board of Trustees selects candidates based on a set of specific criteria and presents a slate to the full Board for election in the spring. Officers of the Board are elected by the full Board each year.
Monthly board meetings are open to the school community. Contact Board Chair, Germaine Hunter, with any comments or questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Germaine Hunter is the Vice President- Global Inclusion & Diversity at the Clorox Company. He is currently responsible for the creation and deployment of the global, enterprise-wide diversity action plan for The Clorox Company. During his Clorox tenure, he has also worked in Strategic Planning and New Brand Development.
Prior to Clorox, Germaine spent ten years at Procter and Gamble in a variety of sales and marketing roles. He has broad experience in sales management and is skilled at collaborating cross functionally.
Germaine holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Georgetown University and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.
A passionate advocate for education issues, Germaine is a member of the Park Day School Board of Trustees, where he is currently the chair of the board of trustees. Previously, he has led the Governance Committee and been a member of the Risk/Audit Committee.
Germaine resides in Oakland, California with his wife and two kids.
Staff Board Member, Buildings and Grounds Commiteee
Board Vice Chair, Chair of Governance & Committee on Trustees
Chair of Audit & Risk, Strategic Planning Committee
Strategic Planning Commitee
Faculty Board Member
Chair of Budget & Finance Commitee
Bill retired after a 43-year career in education serving two independent schools in the Bay Area. He was an English teacher, outdoor education advocate, photography enthusiast, chess coach, and Head of School at Stuart Hall for Boys in San Francisco. After 19 years, he moved to Walnut Creek to become Head at The Seven Hills School. He served on the board of the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) and evaluated numerous member schools. Besides his commitment to Park Day’s board, Bill now puts time into U. C. Cooperative Extension as a Master Gardener, bikes and travels with his wife in a small camper-van, and connects as much as possible with his five grown children; some nearby, some not, and one in France.
Strategic Planning Committee, Head of School Search co-chair
Buildings and Grounds Commiteee
Kevin Prindiville is Justice in Aging’s Executive Director. He is a nationally recognized expert on Medicare and Medicaid policy and has served as counsel in several class action lawsuits protecting low-income senior’s access to public benefits. Since becoming Executive Director in 2013, Kevin has helped to double the size of the organization’s revenue and staff.
Kevin has a long history of developing partnerships and directing strategic advocacy efforts. The author of numerous articles, reports and briefs, he frequently testifies before legislators, presents at national conferences and works closely with both federal and state regulatory agencies. He also is quoted often in national and California media. Kevin is on the Board of Directors of the American Society on Aging. Kevin was selected as a Next Avenue’s “Influencer in Aging” in 2017. In 2019, Kevin was named to California’s Master Plan for Aging Staeholder Advisory Committee.
Prior to joining Justice in Aging, Prindiville worked as a staff attorney at the Pennsylvania Health Law Project in Philadelphia where he represented low-income individuals having trouble obtaining health care. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the University of California, San Diego. Kevin is admitted to the California Bar.
Head of School Search co-chair
Chair of Social Justice Initiative
Faculty Board Member, Social Justice Initiative
Budget & Finance Committee