A Leadership Team in an Augustinian School engages in a process of collaboration and collegiality in matters pertaining to the school community. The assumption is that each member of the team has a valued perspective and is genuinely invested in the endeavor which maximizes the efforts of others - faculty, staff, and students, toward the achievement of a greater good, namely, the education of the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. Leadership involves establishing a clear vision, sharing that vision with others and providing the information, knowledge, and methods to realize that vision.

Joining Fr. Reilly on the Leadership Team are the following members of our community:

School Leadership

List of 7 items.

  • Rev. Donald F. Reilly, O.S.A., Head of School

    Rev. Donald F. Reilly, O.S.A. began his term as Head of School at Malvern Preparatory School on July 1, 2017. Prior to his role at Malvern Prep Father was President of St. Augustine Preparatory School. He served as the Prior Provincial of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova from June 2002 to June 2010 and has an extensive background in education, theological studies and Institutional Advancement.
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  • Ms. Beth Alfonsi, Executive Director of Advancement

    Ms. Alfonsi is the Executive Director of Advancement and her role is to work closely and collaboratively with the Admissions, Development, and Marketing teams.
  • Mr. Ronald A. Algeo '87 P'15, Assistant Head of School for Student Leadership

    Mr. Algeo ensures a positive and fulfilling student experience outside the classroom. He oversees and works collaboratively with Athletics, Discipline, School Counseling, Student Life, and Summer and Orientation Programs to ensure student engagement, social development, and overall leadership growth for each of our students.
  • Mr. Theodore N. Caniglia, Jr. P'03, Director of Financial Affairs

    Mr. Caniglia ensures the fiscal health and physical well being of our School by serving as the chief financial and facilities officer. He oversees the operations of our Business Office, Maintenance Department, Dining Hall, Bookstore, Security and Malvern Swimming Association programs.
  • Rev. Christopher J. Drennen, O.S.A. '73, Director of Mission and Ministry

    Fr. Drennen oversees the spiritual development of our students, faculty, staff, and parents. He manages Campus Ministry, Christian Service, and the Theology Curriculum to ensure a consistent and fully integrated approach to our Catholic, Augustinian teachings and our Christian Service learning programs.
  • Mrs. Neha P. Morrison P'24, Director of Human Relations

    Mrs. Morrison guides the management of the overall Human Resources policies and programs for our entire community. She is responsible for providing, with the support of appropriate colleagues and external experts, the successful delivery of HR services, while also monitoring the effectiveness of Malvern's inclusive culture, diversity and engagement programs.
  • Mr. G. Patrick Sillup, Assistant Head of School for Academics

    Leading the academy model approach to academics, Mr. Sillup ensures the continued evolution of our team-based, innovative, student-centered learning program. He works closely with the Academy Leaders, the Dean of Faculty Coaching and Development, the Curriculum Coordinators, the Technology Department, and the College Guidance Office to provide an engaging and experiential learning experience for each of our students.

2019-2020 Board Leadership

List of 4 items.

  • Mr. John F. McGlinn II P’14’16’18, Chairman

    Managing Director
    Archbrook Capital Management
    Advancement Committee, Audit & Risk Committee, Augustinian Mission Committee, Committee on Trustees, Executive Committee, Facilities Committee, Finance Committee, Investment Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee.

    Mr. McGlinn is a Founding Partner of Archbrook Capital Management LLC, an investment firm based in West Conshohocken, PA.  Archbrook holds investments in several small-to-mid-sized companies and Mr. McGlinn serves as a board member on most of those investments.  Primary responsibilities include Tray-Pak Corporation, Reading, PA; Argus Staffing in Denver, CO; and Alexin LLC in Bluffton, IN.  Mr. McGlinn received an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.

    John and his wife, Melissa, have served as members of the Advisory Board for the Alliance for Catholic Education at the University of Notre Dame since 2012.  Their three sons have attended Malvern (Dan ’14; Tait ‘16; Johnny ’18) and have been active members of the student community.  Their daughter Kelly attends Academy of Notre Dame. The McGlinns are active members of St. Norbert’s Parish in Paoli, PA enjoy traveling together and spending time at their lake home.
  • Mr. Joseph L. Carlini P'13'19, Vice Chairman

    Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
    McKean Defense Group, Inc.
    Advancement Committee, Executive Committee, Finance Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee

    Mr. Joseph L. Carlini is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of McKean Defense, an engineering and technology solutions firm that provides life cycle engineering, sustainment, and modernization support and information technology/enterprise transformation services to the U.S. Navy and other federal customers. Prior to his current position, Mr. Carlini was a Group Senior Vice President for Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), managing the $1 billion Naval Engineering and Technology Solutions Group.

    Mr. Carlini is on the Board of Directors of CDI Corporation, the Philadelphia Police Foundation, and the Philadelphia Police Athletic League. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Catholic University of America and is a member of the American Society of Naval Engineers, and the Surface Navy Association. He currently resides in Malvern with his wife and their four children.
  • Moira A. Murphy, Esq. P'11'14, Secretary

    Legacy Coach
    Augustinian Mission Committee, Executive Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee

    Mrs. Moira Murphy, Esq. is currently self-employed as a legacy coach, partnering with individuals and families as they seek to align their living and giving with their values, passions, and dreams for a better world. Previously she served as the Stewardship Development Coordinator at St. Norbert's Parish (Paoli, Pa.), where she continues to volunteer in a variety of roles. She is the retired General Counsel, Mid-Atlantic Region of Mellon Financial Corporation, where she worked for 18 years as a consumer banking attorney.

    Mrs. Murphy resides in Malvern with her husband and enjoys visits from her two sons.
  • Mr. Joseph H. Davis, Ph.D. '90 P'21, Treasurer

    Global Chief Economist & Head of the Investment Strategy Group
    Audit & Risk Committee, Executive Committee, Finance Committee, Investment Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee

    Mr. Joseph H. Davis is the Global Chief Economist & Head of Investment Strategy Group for Vanguard. His previous roles with Vanguard include Principal, Chief Economist, and Investment Analyst. Prior to working at Vanguard, Mr. Davis was an Economist with Moody's Economy.com. Mr. Davis' area of expertise includes macroeconomics, asset allocation strategies, fixed income strategies, portfolio management, financial simulation, alternative investments, asset-class modeling, public speaking, and economic history.

    Mr. Davis also volunteers with the United Way, serving as a fundraiser and participating in the Day of Caring activities.

2019-2020 Board Members

List of 23 items.

  • Mr. Miguel Alban P'23

    Mr. Miguel Alban serves as Senior Vice President, Director of Multicultural Banking for Customers Bank, an $11.5 Billion Bank headquartered in Phoenixville, PA. Mr. Alban serves as the Honorary Consul of Peru in Philadelphia and Vice President of the Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia.

    Mr. Alban earned his Law degree from the University of Piura, Peru and is a lawyer in Peru. He earned his Master’s Degree in International Law from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and currently attends the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, Stonier School of Banking.

    Prior to Customers Bank, Mr. Alban served as a Vice President of Multicultural Banking for Bryn Mawr Trust and has also served as Director of Hispanic Banking for Susquehanna Bank (Former First National Bank of Chester County). Mr. Alban was Founder of The Hispanic Approach, a marketing agency focused on multicultural markets.

    Mr. Alban is the creator of a premier Spanish language publication targeting the Latinx population, HOLA Chester County, HOLA Tampa Bay, and HOLA Philadelphia.
    Mr. Alban currently serves and has served as a board member for many organizations across the greater Philadelphia region, including: Congreso de Latinos Unidos, the YMCA of the Greater Brandywine, Baker Industries, Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, and La Comunidad Hispana. Mr. Alban has also served as an Advisory Board Member at First National Bank and DNB First Bank.

    Mr. Alban was the recipient of the “Thanks for Caring” award in 2014 for his community involvement and numerous contributions by the Chester County Community Foundation.
    Mr. Alban has been an Adjunct Professor of Spanish at several Philadelphia-area Universities, including Villanova University, Cabrini University, and Immaculata University.

    He currently resides in southern Chester County with his wife and three children.
  • Mrs. Marissa Cherian P'22

    Marissa Cherian, LLC
    Committee on Trustees

    Mrs. Marissa Cherian is an executive coach and trusted advisor to leaders. Driven by a passion to help individuals and organizations thrive, she works closely with senior executives and private equity partners to maximize individual growth and organizational performance.

    She has two decades of experience as a talent management professional – both as a management consultant and leader of recruiting and professional development teams. Previously, she led talent acquisition for Accenture’s Management Consulting business globally as well as the Northeast Office of McKinsey & Company, where she launched her management consulting career. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Lehigh University, Mrs. Cherian earned a MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, where she was one of 12 Leadership Fellows.

    Mrs. Cherian served on the Academic Innovation Sub-Committee for Malvern Preparatory School, while also sitting on the Board of Trustees at Waldron Mercy Academy. She also serves on the advisory boards of both Catie’s Wish Foundation and Compass Philadelphia, whose mission is to inspire the active engagement of business professionals with their local non-profits to transform communities. Mrs. Cherian lives in Ardmore with her husband and their two children.
  • Mr. Louis B. Colameco III '77

    Colameco Brothers, Inc.
    Committee on Trustees

    Mr. Louis B. Colameco III is the founder and former President of Wellshire Family of All Natural Products (1996-2018). The company is the largest further processor of smoked and cooked meats to Whole Foods Market. Wellshire Inc, along with its five other brands, is one of the largest all-natural meat companies in North America. In 2010, Mr. Colameco was named Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce's Business Person of the Year. A graduate of Malvern Prep, Mr. Colameco was honored by Malvern Preparatory School, receiving the Alumni Loyalty Award and the St. Augustine Alumni Award, in 2007 and 2011, respectively. In 2016, he and his wife Ginny were honored by the Pathway School with its Apple Award.

    Mr. Colameco spends his time serving on many academic and charitable advisory boards. Since 2009, he has served on the Board of Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ and Philadelphia, serving as Chairman from 2016 to 2018. Mr. Colameco has just been named to the Integrative Medicine advisory council for Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine. He has founded many academic scholarships including The Wellshire/Colameco Family Scholarship at Malvern Prep, The Wellshire/Colameco Family Scholarship at St. Edmund's Academy, The Barbara A. Colameco Scholarship at Gloucester County, NJ's 4H Club. One of his proudest accomplishments has been the formation of The Barbara A. Colameco Cancer Transportation Fund, which has helped countless people on their "Ride to Remission." To date, the Fund has raised over $1,000,000 and has provided over 50,000 rides to individuals in need of transportation to their treatment appointments.
  • Rev. Louis DelFra, CSC '88

    Chairman of the Board, Faculty Member, Director of Pastoral Life
    University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE)
    Advancement Committee

    Rev. Louis A. DelFra, C.S.C., serves as the Chairman of the Board, as well as a faculty member and Director of Pastoral Life, for the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE). ACE is a national, and increasingly international, K-12 Catholic school teacher training M.Ed. program that places recent highly talented college graduates in under-resourced K-12 Catholic schools around the country.

    A 1988 graduate of Malvern Prep, he returned to Malvern as a teacher and coach in both the Middle School and High School from 1992-1995. He then returned to the University of Notre Dame, where he entered the Congregation of Holy Cross and was ordained a priest in 2004. He currently publishes in the fields of teacher education, Catholic character in K-12 Catholic schools, and the spirituality and vocation of teaching. He gives retreats and workshops throughout the country on the intersection of faith and education, including "Creating a Catholic School Culture on the Pillars of Discipleship, Community, and Prayer." His publications include, "Teaching Theology through Literature: A Justification and Proposed Curriculum for Teachers" in Catholic Education: A Journal in Inquiry and Practice, as well as a popular series of daily spiritual reflections for teachers, 5 Minutes with Christ; 5 Minutes with Saints; and 5 Minutes with the Psalms: Spiritual Nourishment for Busy Teachers. He is the recipient of the University of Notre Dame's William A. Toohey Award for Preaching.
  • Rev. Michael F. DiGregorio, O.S.A.

    Prior Provincial
    The Augustinian Order

    On Monday, June 9, 2014, Augustinians of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova, along with family, friends, and benefactors, witnessed as Father Michael F. DiGregorio, O.S.A. was installed as the 39th Prior Provincial of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova. Alejandro Moral Anton, O.S.A., Prior General of the Order of St. Augustine, presided over the Mass of Installation at St. Thomas of Villanova Church, Villanova, PA. Fr. Michael, the former Vicar General of the Augustinian Order, completed his term in September of 2013 and was elected on February 7, 2014, to succeed Anthony M. Genovese, O.S.A. as Prior Provincial. The June 9th Installation began Fr. Michael's four-year term as Prior Provincial.

    As Vicar General and a member of the General Council of the Order of the General Council of the Order, Fr. Michael worked at the General Curia of the Order in Rome from 2007 to 2013. Prior to his election to the General Curia, Fr. Michael was assigned to parishes in Philadelphia, New York, and Massachusetts. He directed novice and pre-novice formation programs in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. In 1990, he was assigned to the General Curia of the Order in Rome as the Director of Communications for the Order. In 1992, he returned to the U.S. and was assigned as the Director of the National Shrine of Saint Rita of Cascia in Philadelphia, PA. In 1995 he was named Pastor of St. Rita's as well.

  • Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A., Ph.D.

    Villanova University
    Committee on Trustees, Facilities Committee

    Rev. Peter Donohue serves as the President of Villanova University, located in Radnor, Pa. Father Donohue has a rich background in education and theatre and served as the University’s Chair of the Theatre Department from 1992 to 2006. He annually directed musical theatre productions on campus, earning six Barrymore Award nominations and one Barrymore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical from the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia.

    Father Donohue serves on the Board of Trustees for Villanova University, Merrimack College, Malvern Preparatory School, St. Augustine Preparatory School, the Greater Chamber of Commerce, the Association of Catholic College and Universities and the Association of Independent College and Universities in Pennsylvania. Father Donohue currently resides in Radnor, Pa. will the Augustinian Order.
  • Ms. Kathleen E. Duffy

    Founder and President
    Independence Wealth Advisors, Inc.
    Advancement Committee

    Ms. Kathleen Duffy serves as the Chief Compliance Officer with Independence Wealth Advisors, Inc. Ms. Duffy has held her current position since January 2007. Prior to her current job she was a Financial Advisor affiliated with Ameriprise. Ms. Duffy has held the designation of Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) since August 1, 2003. She has also been a Certified Financial Planner since June 1, 2004.
  • Mr. Paul J. Finley P’12’16

    Vice President
    Nolen Companies
    Advancement Committee

    Mr. Paul Finley currently serves as the Vice President for Nolen Companies. He has been involved philanthropically in various organizations, including Academy of Notre Dame de Namur (Trustee Emeritus), an Advisory Board Member at St. Aloysius Academy, a Board Member of the Conshohocken Rowing Center, a Board Member on the Home Builder’s Association of Chester and Delaware Counties, President of the Main Line home Builder’s Association and with St. Edmund’s Home for Children. Mr. Finley currently resides with his wife and 3 children.
  • Mr. David Frank '91 P'20

    Managing Director
    Audit & Risk Committee

    Mr. David Frank is the Managing Director for Marsh’s Mid-Atlantic Region. He manages a new business budget for Marsh’s Mid-Atlantic Region of $30 million. Mr. Frank is responsible for ensuring the appropriate Marsh resources, services and solutions are identified and deployed to both clients and prospects. He has been with Marsh since 1997. Prior to his current role at Marsh, Mr. Frank was responsible for the development and execution of Marsh’s growth strategy (2007-2011) and leading the Marsh office in San Diego, Ca. (2004-2006).
    Mr. Frank was the Malvern Prep Alumni Board President from 2012-2015, serves on the board for the Philadelphia Chapter of The National Association of Corporate Directors and sits on the Board of Governors at St. Joseph’s University Academy of Risk Management and Insurance. He resides in East Goshen with his wife and three children.
  • Louis Giangiulio, M.D. '86 P'21

    Sugartown Pediatrics
    Advancement Committee

    Dr. Giangiulio is the primary doctor and founder of Sugartown Pediatrics. He is credentialed at Main Line Health and attends to newborns at Paoli, Bryn Mawr, and Lankenau Hospitals. He is also on staff at Women's Lifecycle Care Birthing Center (Bryn Mawr), is the school physician at The Phelps School (Malvern), and serves as a medical consultant for the Penn-Delco School District and the wrestling program at Malvern Preparatory School.

    Dr. Giangiulio served as an Army pediatrician for six years, including a nine month tour in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He completed his undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University, received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, and completed his residency in Pediatrics in the U.S. Army at Walter Reed AMC in Washington, D.C. and Bethesda Naval Medical Center.

    Dr. Giangiulio serves on the Main Line Health nursery committe and is a member of the board at the Mason Shaffer Foundation.
  • Rev. Rob Hagan, O.S.A.

    Senior Associate Athletics for Student-Athlete Welfare
    Villanova University
    Advancement Committee, Executive Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee

    Rev. Rob Hagan serves as the Senior Associate Athletics for Student-Athlete Welfare at Villanova University. As part of this role, Father Rob oversees the areas of Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning, as well as the administrator for the golf program, and serving as the chaplain for the Villanova men's basketball and football teams. Prior to his current role at Villanova, Father Rob was the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance.

    Father Rob graduated from Villanova with a Bachelors of Arts in 1987. He earned a J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 1990 and spent seven years as an attorney with Gillin and Associates, where he also served as Criminal Defense Counsel. He also served as assistant counsel to the Solicitor for the Delaware County Solid Waste Authority and the Delaware County Register of Wills.

    Father Rob entered the Order of St. Augustine in 1997. He served as Chaplain at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and at the University of Maryland, College Park, and received a Masters in Theology from the Washington Theological Union in 2003. He is a past member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Delaware County Bar Association, and the Delaware County Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
  • Mrs. Shonda Little P'23

    Director, Clinical Project Scientist Leader
    Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Oncology

    Mrs. Shonda Little, a West Philadelphia native, was educated in the Philadelphia parochial and public-school system. After graduating from the nationally-ranked Central High School of Philadelphia, Mrs. Little attended The University of Pennsylvania on a full academic scholarship as a Mayor’s Scholar, where she earned an undergraduate degree in neuroscience. She later earned a graduate degree in cancer epidemiology from Drexel University School of Public Health. Additionally, she is a Certified Personal and Executive Coach.

    Mrs. Little has over 20 years of pharmaceutical industry experience in clinical research and development. As a Lead Scientist, she has successfully led the development of several oncology drugs resulting in accelerated approval from FDA and EMA. She has co-authored numerous scientific publications and collaborated with top cancer researchers around the world. Mrs. Little currently works at Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Oncology as a Director, Clinical Project Scientist Leader where she leads a team of clinical scientists developing new drugs for the treatment of advanced solid tumors. Outside of work, Mrs. Little gives back to the community as an Executive Board Member of the Chester County Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. In her role as Program Director, she leads the planning of educational, civic, and cultural activities for the organization.
  • Mr. Joseph J. McLaughlin, Jr. P’12’14’18

    Chairman and CEO
    Haverford Trust Company
    Finance Committee, Investment Committee

    Mr. Joseph McLaughlin is the Chairman and CEO of Haverford Trust Company. He has been with the company since 2002 and worked in the investment industry since 1984. Previously, he was Vice President of J.P. Morgan and Company and a Certified Public Accountant/Manager at Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co.

    He serves on Haverford Trust’s Board of Directors, is a member of the Executive Committee and a voting member of the Investment Selection Committee. He also serves as the Vice Chairman on the Board of Trustees for the Paoli Memorial Hospital Foundation, sits on the Board of Trustees at St. Joseph’s University, is Chairman of the Philadelphia Chapter of WPO and sits on the Board of Advisors, Nerney Leadership Institute at Cabrini College.
  • Brian McTear '93 P'24'25'26

    Crumdale Partners
    Audit & Risk Committee, Committee on Trustees

    Mr. Brian McTear is the President of Crumdale Partners, a diversified risk management, advisory, and insurance consulting business headquartered in Berwyn, PA. Mr. McTear joined Crumdale Partners in 2016 as President of Crumdale's wholesale business. He was previously Senior Vice President at Preferred Sands. Prior to that, Mr. McTear was a Partner at Blank Rome, LLP, where he advised public and private companies as well as private equity firms and their portfolio companies on sophisticated business, corporate, and transactional matters.

    Brian earned a B.S. in Psychology at Ursinus College and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Widener University School of Law, where he was the editor-in-chief of the law review. He has served as a guest lecturer at Temple University and Drexel University on entrepreneurism, has numerous legal publications and was named to SmartCEO Magazine's Legal Elite list and recognized as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers Magazine. He is the immediate past chair of the Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees and was a past Vice Chairman of the imPACT venture capital conference.

    Mr. McTear and his wife Allyson currently reside in Newtown Square with their four children. He actively coaches youth baseball and basketball and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Newtown Edgmont Little League.
  • Mr. Stephen G. Meyer P’17

    Executive Vice President and Head of Global Wealth Management Services
    Finance Committee, Investment Committee

    Mr. Steve Meyer is the Head of SEI’s Investment Manager Services division, which is dedicated to providing comprehensive operational outsourcing solutions to traditional asset managers as well as hedge, private equity, venture capital, and separate account managers worldwide. In this role, Mr. Meyer is responsible for driving the unit’s global strategy of providing front-, middle- and back-office solutions to the array of products and strategies investment managers may offer. Mr. Meyer is part of SEI’s executive committee.

    Prior to taking on this position, Mr. Meyer was the Managing Director of SEI – Global Fund Services Limited. In this role, which he had held since 1996, he was responsible for SEI's global and alternative investment administration and shareholder servicing activities. Previous SEI experience included acting as the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for SEI's fund services business. He was also instrumental in establishing SEI’s Dublin office as the company’s European fund servicing center.

    Qualified as a CPA, Mr. Meyer also worked for the Vanguard Group and Coopers and Lybrand. He graduated with a degree in accounting and finance from La Salle University.

  • Rev. Robert J. Murray, O.S.A.

    Head of School
    St. Augustine Preparatory School
    Committee on Trustees

    Rev. Robert J. Murray, O.S.A. currently serves as the Head of School at St. Augustine Preparatory School. He has been a member of St. Augustine's Board of Directors since January 2010 and has served as Chair of the Mission, Governance, and Planning Committee as well as a member of the Institutional Effectiveness Committee.

    Fr. Murray entered the Augustinian Novitiate in August 1975, making his first profession of vows on August 28, 1976, and then attended Villanova University. He went to Washington Theological Union to complete his theological studies. His first assignment was a Theology teacher at Msgr. Bonner High School in Drexel Hill, PA. He completed additional studies at Villanova University gaining an MS in Counseling. He completed his doctoral studies at Temple University and earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. He completed his Post Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

    Fr. Murray has taught in both the Education and Human Science Department and the Department of Education and Counseling at Villanova University. A highly regarded tenured professor, widely published author, and international presenter on counseling and mission effectiveness in Catholic schools, he has served in various leadership roles at Msgr. Bonner High School and on several boards of independent schools including St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland, NJ, Academy of Notre Dame in Villanova, PA, and Merrimack College in Andover, MA. He has also served on the Board of Governors while representing Villanova University and as an advisor on both the Augustinian Provincial Council and the Augustinian Vocation Board.

    Fr. Murray has also provided sacramental ministry for several parishes, includes St. Augustine Parish in Bridgeport, PA, St. John Eugene Parish in Bryn Mawr, PA, and St. John Neumann Parish in Bryn Mawr, PA.
  • Mrs. Katherine Richman Oates P’18

    Vice President, Human Resources, Medicine, Science & Technology (MST)
    GSK Research & Development
    Audit & Risk Committee, Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee

    Mrs. Katherine (Kathy) Oates is the Head of Global Talent & Leadership Development for GlaxoSmithKline R&D and acting Head of Global Talent for GSK. She is responsible for improving the quality, depth, and breadth of talent across the organization. Prior to her current role, Mrs. Oates spent 15 years in the US commercial organization, most recently as the Vice President of the US Pharmaceuticals Transformation Office.

    Prior to working at GlaxoSmithKline, Mrs. Oates was a consulting manager for Accenture. She resides in Downingtown with her husband and 2 children.
  • Rev. James D. Paradis, O.S.A., D. Min.

    St. Augustine Parish
    Augustinian Mission Committee

    A Friar for over 30 years, Fr. Jim Paradis is Prior of the local community of Friars at St. Augustine Parish. Originally from Michigan, he graduated in 1977 with a BA in Advertising Management from Michigan State University. Fr. Paradis came to know the Augustinians in his late 20’s through parish involvement while working in marketing/advertising management for several years in Philadelphia. At age 31, he entered religious life. In 1991 he completed a Master of Arts, Theology from Washington Theological Union, in Silver Springs, Maryland and was ordained. He received a Doctor of Ministry, with honors in 2001, Clinical Pastoral Psychology Andover-Newtown Theological, New Center, MA.

    Fr. Paradis was the Director of Novices, Federation Of Augustinians of North American Augustinian Novitiate in Racine, Wisconsin where he was responsible for formation work in preparing men for living an Augustinian religious life. Prior to that, he was the Director of Cascia Center Ministries, National Shrine of St. Rita, Philadelphia where he spearheaded counseling, outreach, and new urban ministry initiatives. Fr. Paradis has held many different positions including Director of Personnel, Augustinian Friars, Province of St. Thomas of Villanova assisting Prior Provincial in all matters pertaining to personnel, ongoing education, and formation: planning, assignments, health and wellness, community life issues; and weekend sacramental ministry at Our Mother of Good Counsel Parish Bryn Mawr, Holy Cross Church and St. Augustine Church in Philadelphia; Associate Pastor at St. Denis in Havertown.

    Fr. Paradis is a certified pastoral counselor and holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Clinical Pastoral Psychology. Over the years he has worked with individuals, couples, and groups, including those who have suffered trauma and great loss, to find wholeness and new life.

    Fr. Paradis has been a Member of Provincial Counsel, Augustinian Friars of Villanova Province; Villanova University Board Member, Member of the Board of Director, Siloam Ministries in Philadelphia, Advisory Board Member, The Austin Center for Counseling in New Rochelle NY, recipient of the Henry C. Brooks Award for achievement in the field of psychology and religion.
  • Rev. Donald F. Reilly, O.S.A., D. Min.

    Head of School
    Malvern Preparatory School
    Ex-Officio Member of all the committees of the Board of Trustees (with exception of Head of School Support & Evaluation Committee)

    Rev. Donald Reilly, O.S.A. is the current Head of School at Malvern Preparatory School. Previously, he served as President of St. Augustine Preparatory School. Prior to that appointment, he served as the Prior Provincial of the Province of St. Thomas of Villanova from June 2002 to June 2010. He has an extensive background in education, theological studies, and Institutional Advancement.

    He has provided board leadership to Malvern Prep, Villanova University, and Merrimack College. Currently, he is serving on the boards of the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools and Malvern Prep. Fr. Reilly has served on the Member's Corporation and as Chair of the Prep’s Board of Directors for eight years. He is a co-founder of Siloam Ministries in Philadelphia and has been involved in numerous international projects focused on support for the Augustinian ministries. He has been recognized for his work including the Faithful Servant Award from St. Patrick’s College, the Urban Angel Award from the New York Theological Seminary and an honorary doctorate in Augustinian Education from Merrimack College.
  • Mr. Brian J. Riley P'21

    Co-Founder and President
    Innate Biologics, LLC
    Audit & Risk Committee, Finance Committee, Investment Committee

    Mr. Brian Riley is the Co-Founder and President of Innate Biologics, LLC and has over 25 years of investment experience. Mr. Riley is the Managing Member, President, and Chief Investment Officer of JB Investments Management, LLC, the advisor to JB Investments Fund, LP and JB Investments Fund II, LP. From 2005 through 2017, Mr. Riley served as the sole member of the General Partner of JB Investments Fund, LP and JB Investments Fund II, LP. From 1993 to 2004, Mr. Riley was a Senior Vice President and special limited partner of the KPS Special Situations Fund, L.P., ("KPS) a distressed private equity fund specializing in bankruptcies and restructuring and served as a Board Member on several KPS portfolio companies. Mr. Riley was an Analyst at Smith Barney in Mergers and Acquisitions from 1991 to 1993 and graduated cum laude with a BS in Finance and a BA in Economics from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.

    Mr. Riley is the chairman of the Board of Limited Jurisdiction for St. Patrick's School in Malvern, PA, is a member of the Executive Committee to the Board of LaSalle Academy in Philadelphia, and is a member of the investment committee for the Academy of Notre Dame de Namur in Villanova, PA. The Riley's founded the Riley Family Foundation, which is focused on Catholic education and support for the disadvantaged through Catholic-based charities. The Foundation also directly supports the Augustinians in their ministries.

    Mr. Riley and his wife Barbara live on a farm in Phoenixville with their five children.
  • Sister Stephen Anne Roderiguez, IHM, Ed.D.

    IHM Congregational Leadership Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
    Augustinian Mission Committee

    Sister Stephen Anne Roderiguez serves on the Immaculata IHM Congregation's Leadership Council. She has spent nearly 20 years teaching elementary school for the dioceses of Philadelphia, Metuchen and Camden, NJ., Allentown, PA., and Raleigh, NC. Prior to her present role, Sister Stephen Anne was the Principal of St. Aloysius Academy for nine years. She also has served as the Assistant Principal of Villa Maria Academy Lower School and as principal at Immaculate Heart Catholic Elementary (Girardville, PA), St. Martin of Tours Catholic Elementary School (Philadelphia), and Queen of Heaven School (Cherry Hill, NJ).

    Sister Stephen Anne holds memberships in a number of professional organizations to keep current in the educational field. She is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Gesu School in Philadelphia and for the past six years she has served as a consultant for Liguori Academy, an urban high school for at-risk students in Philadelphia. Sister Stephen Anne also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees at Immaculata University, Villa Maria Academy High School, Cristo Rey High School, and St. Francis de Sales School in Philadelphia. In 2007 she received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Organization from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2016 she was recognized with the Educator of the Year Award at the St. Martin of Tours School GALA and in 2017 became the recipient of the Lead.Learn.Proclaim Award from the National Catholic Education Association.
  • Matthew A. Taylor, Esq. '82 P’11’18'20

    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
    Duane Morris, LLP
    Audit & Risk Committee

    Matthew A. Taylor is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Firm and also serves on the firm's Executive Committee.

    Mr. Taylor practices in the area of commercial litigation, handling matters in state and federal courts across the United States. Mr. Taylor also represents corporate boards and individual corporate officers and directors in internal and government investigations and related proceedings. He is an active trial lawyer dealing with matters in banking and securities law, RICO, corporate governance, commercial real estate, computer software and hardware, product liability (with a concentration in medical devices), and corporate director's and officer's liability and indemnification. Mr. Taylor handles a wide range of employment matters involving non-compete, trade secrets, and business-related torts. Mr. Taylor represents medical device manufacturers nationally in product liability matters and in connection with commercial disputes between the manufacturer and its distributors.

    Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New York, Mr. Taylor is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is a member of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia bar associations and the International Association of Defense Counsel. He is listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business in general commercial litigation. Mr. Taylor is a 1989 graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center and a graduate of Boston College.
  • Mr. Kevin J. Traynor, Jr. '86 P’14’16’18’21’22

    President and Chief Operating Officer
    Military Veteran Partners, LLC
    Committee on Trustees, Facilities Committee, Finance Committee

    Mr. Kevin Traynor is Co-founder, President, and Chief Operating Officer of Military Veteran Partners (MVP). MVP invests in companies that create jobs and economic opportunities for our nation's veterans.

    Before he co-founded MVP, along with former Malvern Prep Board member Steve Cloetingh, Mr. Traynor founded Eagle Advisors, specializing in timely real estate acquisitions, developments, and operations.

    Previously, Mr. Traynor was a Principal and Partner of a Philadelphia-based full-service real estate investment firm that acquired, developed, and managed over 12 million square feet of commercial and industrial real estate. He was also a founding partner of one of the top hydraulic fracturing proppant companies in the United States.

    Mr. Traynor received a Structural and Civil Engineering degree from Drexel University. He is a 1986 graduate of Malvern Prep and resides in Downingtown, PA with his wife Beth and their five sons, Tripp '14, AJ '16, Jack '18, Matthew '21, and Kyle '22. In addition to sitting on the Board of Trustees at Malvern Prep, Mr. Traynor serves as President of his family foundation, the Kevin Traynor, Sr. Foundation.

Trustee Emeriti

Mrs. Margaret S. Boova P'98
Mr. Charles P. Connolly, Jr. '66 P'01
Mr. Richard E. Devine, Jr. '76 P'03
Paul J. Kennedy, Esq. '74 P'08'10
Mr. Victor J. Maggitti, Jr. P'02 GP'13'15'17
Mr. Donald F. O'Neill '57
Mr. William P. O’Neill, Jr. '63 P'00'04
Mr. John Toland '63 P'90'94
Mr. Douglas O. Tozour P'90
Malvern Preparatory School is an Augustinian School, Catholic and Independent for boys in grades 6 through 12, located in the Greater Philadelphia suburb of Malvern, Pa. We are committed to the Augustinian values of VeritasUnitas, and Caritas, meaning Truth, Unity, and Love.