Reimagining what a boarding school
can and should be.
Rooted in the timeless, hard-won truths of an institution more than a century in the making, Pomfret recently refined its mission and vision, codified its values, and released an updated strategic plan. These changes have set the stage for a new and exciting era in the history of this remarkable Institution.
Explore our Priorities
The Pomfret Fund remains the single most impactful way you can make a difference in the life of the School and in support of this campaign. Ninety percent of campaign donors give to the Pomfret Fund.
Additionally, we have identified three key priorities: the construction of a new center for science, technology, engineering, and design; the advancement of teaching and learning; and the expansion of access and affordability.
We have raised $69 Million to date.
Meet the Campaign Committee
Peter Grauer P ’02, ’10
Honorary Campaign Chair
Peter is the Chairman of Bloomberg L.P. From 2006–2012, he served as Pomfret’s Board Chair, and continues to serve as an Honorary Life Trustee. In 2013, Peter and his wife, Laurie, established the Grauer Family Institute at Pomfret. Peter’s board service, past and present, also includes the Inner-City Scholarship Fund in New York City, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and The WNET Group, the US 30% Club, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and the College Advising Corps, among others.
Greg Melville ’68
Greg is a retired writer and editor whose father, uncle, and cousin also attended Pomfret. In addition to years of service on the Pomfret Board of Trustees, Greg has made multiple philanthropic commitments in support of Pomfret’s facilities and programs, as well as the establishment of the Melville Scholarship Fund and the Melville Fund for Faculty. Greg has extensive experience working on nonprofit boards and campaigns, including co-chair of the Capital Campaign of Friends Center for Children, Inc. of New Haven.
Monique Miles ’95
Monique is Deputy Director of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions and Director of the Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund at the Aspen Institute — a national multi-million dollar initiative that seeks to disrupt generational poverty in twenty-two urban, rural, and tribal communities across the country. Prior to joining the Aspen Institute, Monique was the Director of Postsecondary Achievement at the National Youth Employment Coalition. Monique serves as vice-chair of Pomfret’s Board.
Molly Hanson ’00
Molly is an Agent of BayState Business Brokers and has a niche practice focused on therapy practices and early childhood education centers. Prior to joining BayState, Molly was a financial advisor with over $250 million in assets under management and guided investors through often complex planning scenarios. Molly serves on the Pomfret Board of Trustees.
Sarah Howie ’09
Sarah is the president of Pomfret’s Alumni Association and an MBA candidate at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Previously, she worked as an Investment Manager at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and at Gulfstream Alternative Capital. Sarah serves on both the Young Professionals Board of Foreverfamily and the Future Leaders Board of Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Brendon Giblin ’95, P ’24
Brendon is President and CEO of Brendon Properties, Inc., a real estate development company that has received regional and national recognition. In addition to Pomfret’s board, Brendon serves on the board of trustees for Fay School, Spectrum Health Systems, The 200 Foundation, and a local after-school program known as Hoops & Homework. Brendon is a past member of the Framingham State University Board of Trustees.
Lisa Noble Kaneb ’86
Lisa has been a classroom teacher, outdoor educator, ski instructor, and private sector consultant, working for organizations like Outward Bound, Framingham Public Schools, Sugarbush Ski Resort, Sapient, and Scient. Lisa has also spent years coaching high school and youth sports. In addition to serving on Pomfret’s board, she has sat on the boards of Hurricane Island Outward Bound School and Cambridge Youth Lacrosse.
Daryle Bost ’89
Daryle is Associate Vice President for Presidential Advancement at Williams College. His previous experience includes Sales Director at Womble Carlyle, Private Banker at Wachovia Bank and RBC Centura, and Major Gift Officer at Johns Hopkins University and Wake Forest University. In addition to Pomfret’s Board, Daryle has been a member of the board of trustees at Guilford College since 2007 and chaired the advancement committee until 2014.
Virginia Cargill P ’08
Virginia is a management consultant who specializes in strategic planning for educational and non-profit groups. She is currently the Chair of the Board of Directors at The Southport School and serves on the boards of Fairfield Country Day School, P&G Alumni of New York, and Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott, Inc. Virginia served as a Pomfret trustee from 2005 to 2013 and currently serves as chair of the Pontefract Society — which recognizes those who have included Pomfret in their long-term plans.
Ted DeNapoli ’89, P ’26
Ted is the Head of Equity at The Dillig Bowen Group, where he focuses on equity investment analysis and provides market commentary, insights, and portfolio strategy. Over a twenty year career at the Chicago Board of Trade and the CME Group, he gained a deep knowledge of commodities, futures, and options, and developed a passion for value investing. Ted served on the Pomfret Board of Trustees from 2006 to 2010.
Brett Perryman P ’23
Brett is a Partner and Global Head of Marketing and Communications at Pantheon, a global private markets investor, who oversees the development and execution of the firm’s overall communications strategy. Since graduating from Dartmouth, Brett has served as the head agent for the Class of 1992. She also serves on the board of trustees of the Brookwood School and the leadership council for the Posse Foundation. Brett is a member of the Pomfret Parent Executive Council.
Robin Remick P ’23
Robin began her career as a law clerk for a federal bankruptcy judge and later worked as an associate at a New York law firm. For the past seven years, she has served as an executive committee board member for Opportunity Early Childhood Education and Family Center, a non-profit that provides subsidized pre-K education and daycare to over 95 children in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Christopher Soutter ’17
Christopher specializes in the acquisition and disposition of multi-tenant and single-tenant net lease retail in Central Texas. Utilizing his expertise, Christopher identifies potential opportunities for his clients’ assets and secures a personalized real estate investment strategy for them. While a student at Pomfret, Christopher served as class vice president.
Brian Wille P ’23
Brian is the former Head of Civil Litigation at New York-based Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP, where he is currently Of Counsel. During his more than thirty-year career, Brian has represented businesses and individuals in complex litigations involving a wide range of corporate, commercial, tax, and securities matters. Among his philanthropic activities, Brian is a member of the board of trustees of Prep for Prep, a nationally known charity that offers educational opportunities for gifted children of color.