Elected to Board: 2013
Occupation: Developed Fair Oaks Golf Park, a state-of-the-art golf practice facility in Fairfax, Va., that was nationally recognized as one of the premier golf training facilities in the Mid-Atlantic. Managed development and sales and merchandise strategies. Currently a residential interior designer.
School Affiliation: Alumna '88; children Camille ’17, Charlotte ’20 and Billy ’22
Professional Background: Board member at Washington Hebrew Congregation (Chair, Youth Committee and Second Sunday Soup Kitchen Program); volunteer with development efforts at Miriam’s Kitchen; active volunteer at Harbor School, Norwood School and Horizons of Greater Washington
Chairman and CEO of Sentrillion Corporation, a total security management
solutions, biomedical life-sciences, and healthcare managed service provider. Owner/partner Monumental Sports & Entertainment which owns NBA’s Washington Wizards, NHL’s Washington Capitals and WNBA’s Washington Mystics.
Affiliation: daughter, Alexandra ’12,
son, Brandon ’14, son, Bradley ’18 and daughter, Amanda ’18.
Background: Rick has been co-founder,
Chairman and CEO of a number of companies specializing in data management,
collaboration solutions provider and data storage. He has a BS in Business
Administration from University of Maryland. He is a founding member of
Venture Philanthrophy, a philanthropic investment organization, a member of the
Board of Directors for Best Buddies, International and Chairman for “Fight
Night” to benefit Fight For Children’s organization.
Committees: Governance Committee; Advancement Committee; and Capital
Campaign Steering committees
Elected to Board: 2012
School Affiliation: Daughter, Fallon ’15; Daughter, Siena ’18, co-chairing the Bullis 2013 Gala
Professional Background: Worked in data telecom for 15 years and now volunteers with several charitable organizations.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Meltzer Group
Affiliation: Daughter Elizabeth '98; Sons, Max and Mark,
Background: Since founding The Meltzer
Group in 1982, CEO Meltzer has transformed the company from a single insurance
agent selling life insurance to one with over 100 employees in five divisions,
offering not only life insurance, but group benefits, investment services, retirement
plan services and property and casualty products. He has been named to the Million Dollar Round
Table every year since 1978 and Top of the Table every year since 1980. In 2011 he was named one of the 25 CEOs You
Need to Know by The Gazette Newspapers. Alan is one of the top corporate philanthropists in the Washington, D.C., area as sited by the Washington Business Journal. He has served on the Board of Directors of several
organizations including Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Wolf Trap
Foundation, For Love of Children, United Jewish Endowment Fund, Junior
Achievement and the Washington Hospital Center Foundation.
Committees: Governance and Advancement Committees.