School Leadership

Mayfield's leadership team serves as stewards of our cherished Holy Child legacy

Mayfield's strong leadership team begins with the collaborative relationship between Head of School Kate Morin and Board of Trustees Chair Joe Eisele. It extends to the school's deeply committed administrators, who bring a diversity of experience and valuable skills to their jobs. We are blessed at Mayfield that our school leadership team puts the care and welfare of our precious students and our calling to embrace Holy Child values at the center of all decisions. 

Administration Team

List of 9 members.

Board of Trustees

2019-20 Board of Trustees
Kelly Nelson Nakasone ’93
Vice Chair & Treasurer
Robert Neithart

Jessica Korzenecki
Representative for the Society of the Holy Child Jesus
Sr. Sheila McNiff ’56, SHCJ
Michael Alvarez
Brent Callinicos
Ferari Domingo-Vu
John Hotchkis
Mark Ladd
William Lewis
James Lo Coco
May Low
Michael Maddigan
James Muenzer
Rev. Wayne R. Negrete, SJ
Erika Randall
Ana Raptis
Carrie Fogliani Richards ‘93
Shadi Sanbar
Chelisa Vagim
Richard Vargas

Honorary Trustees

Theodore Barry†
Msgr. William Barry†
Donley L. Brady†
William Caton III
Janice Kincaid Clifford
Francis H. Clougherty†
Thomas J. Condon
David A. Coquillard
Mary Louise Crowe†
Richard M. Ferry
J. Philip Gilligan†
Joseph G. Gorman
Charles M. Grace
David C. Haber†
Stanley D. Hayden†
Msgr. James Hourihan†
N.A. Lamberti†
Edward J. McAniff
James Murphy
Teresa Bannan Nally ’50
Joyce O'Hagan Nores ’49
Charles Norman
Thomas Pike†
Cornelius Pings†
Richard Riordan
Raymond Rodeno†
Sr. Helen Schwarz, SHCJ
Edmund Shea, Jr.†
John F. Shea, Sr.
Joseph Skenderian
Samuel Soghomonian†
Stephen R. Sweeney
Gary F. Thompson
Melinda Winston†
H. Phelps Wood II†
Eileen Zimmerman

† Deceased
Established in 1931, Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women grades 9-12. Noted for its rigorous academic program, which includes 21 Advanced Placement and Honors courses, Mayfield’s curriculum is underscored by a philosophy of educating the “whole child,” which also encourages commitment to and excellence in the arts, athletics, community service and spiritual growth. The nurturing environment at Mayfield Senior School allows each student to flourish in an atmosphere of personal attention.