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NDHS Announces New Board Chair

 
The Notre Dame High School (NDHS) Board of Directors, the governing board of the Los Angeles area-based high school in the neighborhood of Sherman Oaks, in its annual June Meeting selected and elected a new Executive Council effective July 2022. 
 
The NDHS Board of Directors will be led in 2022-23 by Lenny McNeill, as the Board Chair. Mr. McNeill is a long-time member of the NDHS Board of Directors, who began his volunteer service to NDHS in 2013-14. Lenny served as NDHS Treasurer for two terms from 2018 to 2020 and served as NDHS Vice Chair from 2020 to 2022. Mr. McNeill professionally serves U.S. Bank as Executive Vice President, National Strategic Markets, Consumer Lending.  Lenny and his wife Robin have two children who attended NDHS: Christopher graduated in 2009 and Jennifer graduated in 2012.  Lenny was named in Black Professionals and three times in Savoy Magazine as one of the top 100 African Americans in Corporate America, is currently a Board Affiliate with the National Association of Real Estate Brokers and he served as chair of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals 2019 Corporate Board of Governors, guiding NAHREP in serving both the real estate market and its practitioners. 
 
Rounding out the 2022-23 NDHS Board of Directors Executive Council are: 
 
Ed Romano, Board Vice Chair & Treasurer
Jamie Wagenbach '83, Board Secretary
Kathy Nikolai, Member
Eileen Ige-Wong, Member  
Sam Laganà , CEO & President (Ex-officio)
 
The 2022-23 Board:
 
Alvan Arzu '96
Anthoney Mudy '83
Brother Regan Chapman '67, OFM
Brother William Nick, CSC
Charlie Perkins '69
Dave Damus '83
Diego Munoz-Flores '77
Ed Romano
Eileen Ige-Wong
Faby Torres
Fr. David Guffey, CSC
Jamie Wagenbach '83
Justin Rawlins '91
Kathy Nikolai
Lenny McNeill
Sam Laganà
Sierra Elizabeth '01
 
About Notre Dame High School:
Notre Dame High School, a Catholic, college preparatory school in the Holy Cross tradition, educates the hearts and minds of students who are diverse in talent, ethnicity, and society. As a faith community, Notre Dame strives to provide each student with a rich academic background, an appropriate sense of self, an opportunity for growth, a commitment to family, community, nation, and the world, and a respect for the spiritual dignity of all persons.
 
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