About

Trustees

Bill Noonan, Chairman

Bill Noonan is the President and CEO of Contravisory Investment Management, where his duties include managing the firm's equity research efforts, servicing institutional research clients, and equity portfolio strategy. Prior to leading Contravisory, Bill was an investment professional with Scudder Funds and Fidelity Investments and worked for the American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico City, where he conducted research on cross-border trade issues. Bill has served as guest speaker at industry conference events and has been a participant on CNBC and Bloomberg for discussions of current equity trends. He graduated from the Catholic University of America and received his MBA from Babson College. Bill resides in Norwell with his wife and five children.

William Bowman

A co-founder of Montrose School, Bill Bowman P'95, '96, '98, GP '16, '18, '19 has led companies as President or CEO for more than 25 years. He is currently the President and CEO of Arete Consulting, a Washington-based firm that helps companies determine the human virtues most important to their customers, and then provides training to employees to develop those virtues. He is also an Associate Professor and former Dean of the Busch School of the Catholic University of America, specializing in strategy and management. Previously, Bill was President and CEO of U.S. Inspect in Chantilly, VA and President of ChildrenFirst Inc. in Boston (now Bright Horizons Inc.), the nation’s largest provider of backup child care services to corporations. Bill is a graduate of Northwestern University and received an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School. He and his wife Leigh live in Washington, DC and are the parents of nine children.

Jane Driver

Jane A. Driver, MD, MPH is a research physician at the Boston VA Medical Center, member of the Division of Aging, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Trained as both a geriatrician and an oncologist, her research focuses on the epidemiology, prediction, and prevention of cancer and neurodegenerative disease. In addition to her research work, she teaches medical students, medical residents, geriatric fellows, and provides research mentorship for trainees and young faculty in both geriatrics and oncology. She received her medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

Calvin Harrison

Calvin Harrison P ‘19, ‘19 is the Senior Vice President of the Video Quality Monitoring and Analytics business unit of Telestream, which specializes in products that make it possible to get video content to any audience regardless of how it is created, distributed or viewed. Cal holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. 

Neil Jacob

Neil Jacob P '05 is MRP-NE Managing Principal. Formerly he was the Executive Vice President at Oxford Properties Group, a commercial real estate management firm, where he was responsible for the direction and execution of Oxford's U.S. strategies. Prior to that, he was a principal in Chatham Capital Partners, a private investment firm. Neil is the longest-serving member of the Montrose Board of Trustees and served as Chairman of the Board for 14 years. He is a graduate of Brown University.

Susan Mangels, PhD

Susan Mangels, PhD is Senior Vice President, Consulting Services at AC Fitzgerald, a fundraising consulting firm headquartered in Washington, DC . She holds a BA from Furman University, a Master’s in Education from Harvard University, and a PhD from the University of Illinois. Susan has been Chief Development Officer at the Independent Institute, Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Lindenwood University, President of Lexington College, and on the administrative leadership team of both Oakcrest School and Montrose School. She has served or serves as a trustee of Catholic Charities in St. Louis, the Women’s Board of the United Way STL, Focus STL, Morgan Park Academy in Chicago and Kingswood Academy. She speaks frequently on fundraising, university center building, executive leadership, and work-life balance. Susan lives in Chicago.

Mary Olohan

Mary Olohan P'22, ‘24 is an attorney. She graduated from Colby College and Boston College Law School. A former litigator, she lives in Walpole with her husband Dan and their eight children. 

Mike Roberto

Michael Roberto P ‘20 is the Trustee Professor of Management and Director for the Center for Program Innovation at Bryant University. Mike is an expert in decision making and leadership, author of more than thirty case studies and two books, including the business bestseller Why Great Leaders Don’t Take Yes for An Answer and his newest book, Unlocking Creativity: How to Solve Any Problem and Make the Best Decisions by Shifting Creative Mindsets. He holds a DBA, an MBA and a BA in Economics, all from Harvard University.

Meg (Bowman) Rowan '96

Meg (Bowman) Rowan ‘96 served as a consultant at Deloitte specializing in IT project management and database design and analytics. Prior to that, she was the director of data systems at the Massachusetts Board of Education and worked as an IT consultant and professional in the professional services industry. She is currently a full-time stay-at mother of four, volunteer and charitable fundraiser.

Kestas Sereiva

Kestas Sereiva P ‘21, ‘25 is a Managing Director and Partner in the financial institutions and technology practice areas at the Boston Consulting Group. His career spans 15+ years in technology and business consulting with particular expertise in transformations that achieve tangible outcomes in terms of productivity and efficiency. Prior to BCG, he was a Software Engineer and Technology Advisor at AspenTech. Kestas holds an MBA from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a BS in Computer Science from University of Washington.