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.

Neil Jacob, Vice Chair

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.

Erika Bachiochi

Erika Bachiochi P ’20, ’21, ’23 is a legal scholar, a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a Senior Fellow at the Abigail Adams Institute (AAI) in Cambridge, MA. She founded and directs AAI’s Wollstonecraft Project, which provides students at Harvard and other colleges with intellectual formation and mentorship, and scholars from around the world with financial and academic resources to substantively engage questions of women's equality, freedom, rights and education. Erika is the editor of two books and the author of The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision (Notre Dame University Press, 2021). In addition to serving on Advisory Boards at institutions in the US and UK, she co-founded St. Benedict Classical Academy in Natick and served as President of the Board from 2013-2015. Erika received a BA from Middlebury College, an MA in Theology as a Bradley Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Politics and Religion at Boston College, and a JD from Boston University School of Law. In 2018, she was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School.

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.

Todd Cassler

Todd Cassler P '24 is President of Financial Institutions and Advisory Solutions at John Hancock Investments and Manulife, one of the world’s largest asset managers to employ a multimanager approach. Todd leads institutional distribution and the overall sales and relationship management with global financial institutions, broker-dealers, consultants, and platforms, covering the United States, EMEA, Latin America, and South America. He heads the defined contribution investment only business, and is a member of the executive management team. A frequent presenter at conferences, he is also sought out by financial media. Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Todd was a vice president at Neuberger Berman and the national distribution manager at American Skandia. He earned a B.A. from Western Connecticut State University, an M.B.A. from Sacred Heart University and completed the Harvard Business School of Executive Education’s authentic leadership development program. Todd belongs to the Young Presidents’ Organization, and sits on the boards of the Boston Children’s Museum, JA Americas, the Welch College of Business at Sacred Heart University, and Inner Explorer.

Tom Corra

Tom Corra P ‘22, ‘26 is a Partner with Convergency Partners, a growth advisory firm for Wealth Management, Asset Management and Fintech. Tom has over 25 years of leadership experience and a strong reputation as both a results-driven executive and a trusted strategic and financial advisor. Prior to Convergency, Tom spent 15 years at Fidelity Investments in roles including Executive Vice President, Corporate Planning & Analysis and COO, Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions. Earlier, Tom was a strategy consultant at Boston Consulting Group and graduated GE’s Financial Management Program. He earned his BS in Finance from Fairfield University and his MBA from Harvard Business School. Tom is also a Trustee of the Catholic Schools Foundation.  He lives in West Roxbury with his wife, Dara, and their four children.

Elizabeth Daher Fasse

Elizabeth Daher Fasse P '23, MD, is an ophthalmology specialist with more than 36 years of experience in the medical field. She is principal of DaherVision in Wellesley, MA, a multilingual practice which caters to an international population, where she performs oculoplastic functional and cosmetic surgery. Elizabeth studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wellesley College, University of Missouri and the Yale School of Medicine.

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.

Melanie Francis

Melanie Francis P ’16 is Vice President and Chief of Staff in the Office of the CEO at Akamai, where she serves as a key enabler and facilitator acting with, and on behalf of, the CEO. She maintains and executes the internal governance operating model while also providing operational and communications leadership at the senior executive level. Prior to becoming Chief of Staff for Akamai’s CEO, she served the company across a broad spectrum of disciplines, including organizational change and transformation, business operations, marketing, and software development. Melanie is a founding member of the Association of Change Management Professionals. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science in the Honors Program at Stonehill College and an MBA from the Clark University Graduate School of Management.

Ester Munt-Brooks

Ester Munt-Brooks is an educator and public speaker, and founder of Fe, Valor, y Alegria, a popular program for lay Catholics designed to help ordinary people deepen their faith and apply it to daily life. She has successfully implemented this program in Spanish and English in parishes in Washington, DC and Boston, and is currently adapting the program for cable television and internet distribution. Ester holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in music performance from the Barcelona Conservatory of Music, and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Theology from the Augustine Institute.

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.

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.
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