Head of School Search Committee

Committee Co-Chairs
Bonnie Wu
Chris Daniels '05

Committee Members
Abby Mrozinski '98
Caroline Tatnall Ketcham '58
Denise Woods
Heather Cox, MD
Maurice Ragland
Michele Ciconte 
Sarah Baylin
Stephen Marvin '88
Wes Morton


Search Committee Members

List of 11 news stories.

  • Bonnie Wu - Co Chair

    Bonnie Wu has been connected to Tatnall for several decades and currently serves as a Trustee and member of our Advancement Committee. She attended Tatnall during the 1980s and is the proud parent of Jack ’25 and Kate ’29. Through her roles as former student, current parent, and active volunteer, Bonnie—along with her family—has benefitted from Tatnall’s profound “way of life.” She is committed to providing similar opportunities to past, present, and future Tatnall families. Bonnie holds both a bachelor of arts and a master’s in communications from the University of Delaware and is regional director for U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper. She and her family reside in Hockessin.

  • Chris Daniels '05

    Chris Daniels '05 - Co Chair

    Chris has been a member of the Tatnall community for more than 20 years. Since returning to Delaware in 2016, he has been actively engaged with the school as a Trustee and member of our Finance Committee. Chris ’05, his wife Emily, and their extended family members (Jordan ’06) are committed to supporting Tatnall as it provides students with the knowledge, skill, and integrity to excel in their collegiate and professional pursuits. Chris is a graduate of the University of Miami (Florida) and a CFA charterholder. He is currently a director at financial advisory firm, Daniels + Tansey, and is pursuing a master’s of business administration in the executive program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Abby Mrozinski '98

    Abby Riley Mrozinski is a member of the Tatnall Class of 1998 and has been an active member of the Tatnall community as an alumnus and a parent. She has served in a variety of roles, including a member of the Alumni Council, Class Agent, member of the Development Committee and parent volunteer. Abby has enjoyed sharing Tatnall’s “way of life” with her children, Owen ‘27 and Amelia ‘31, and is committed to preserving the legacy of Tatnall’s traditions, while best positioning the school for future growth and success.  Abby is a graduate of the University of Delaware and has spent her career in the financial services industry. She currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of M&T Bank’s Wealth and Institutional Services Division.

  • Caroline Tatnall Ketcham '58

    Caroline Tatnall Ketcham (Mrs. Tatnall’s granddaughter) is a member of the class of 1958 and has been a trustee for six years. She and her husband, Rob, established a fund in 2016 to support Tatnall’s already rich value based learning activities, specifically emphasizing honor, civility, and respect.  Caroline earned a BA from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and an MA in History from Georgetown University. She taught and was the Dean of Students at the Field School in Washington, DC. She and her husband live in Easton, MD and “every trip I take to Tatnall is a homecoming."

  • Denise Woods

    Denise Woods

    Denise has been involved in the Tatnall community since her oldest daughter was a Tatnall kindergartener in  2005. She is the mother of a Tatnall alumna, Kayla ’18, and two current students, Kimmi ’20 and Krissa ’28. Denise and her husband David are committed to helping Tatnall to maintain its welcoming community which allows its students to pursue their academic, athletic and artistic passions and thrive as individuals. Denise is a physical therapist and works as a clinical manager for Christiana Care Visiting Nurse’ Association. She is also currently pursuing a masters in Healthcare Administration.

  • Heather Cox, MD

    Heather Cox, MD

    Heather Cox and her husband Chris ’89 have been proud and involved Tatnall parents for over 11 years. She has appreciated watching their three sons, Evan ’22, Conrad ’23, and Simon ’25, pursue their individual passions and grow from Tatnall’s unique academic, athletic, and artistic programs. Heather has been a physician leader and served in the Delaware medical community for nearly 20 years. After graduating from Jefferson Medical College and completing a Family Medicine Residency at Christiana Care, she became a nationally recognized authority in the nursing home and hospice industry while working as an executive medical director and consultant for corporations such as IPC, Optum, and United Health Group. A passionate advocate for lifelong learning, Heather is committed to working to ensure that Tatnall continues to provide a strong, balanced foundation of educational excellence now and for future generations.

  • Maurice Ragland

    Maurice has been connected to the Tatnall community since 2010 when he and his wife Erika enrolled their children Samuel ‘17 and Kyra ‘20. As a proud parent, he has enjoyed watching his kids mature academically, athletically and artistically.  Maurice, along with his wife, are committed to ensuring Tatnall remains one of the pre-imminent college prep schools in the region, focused on building well-rounded students able to compete in an ever-evolving global society. Maurice received both his bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and MBA from the University of Delaware. He is currently a director within Barclays US Consumer Bank working within their Strategic Partnerships division.

  • Michele Ciconte

    As a Lower School teacher, wife of alumnus, Jeff, ‘95, and Tatnall parent to Anthony ‘22 and Joe ‘25, Michele Ciconte has a vested interest in the future of Tatnall. Michele firmly believes in teaching her students with Tatnall’s motto, Omnia in Caritate (All Things in Love) in mind. She is committed to upholding Tatnall’s belief in providing an outstanding educational experience at heart while looking toward the future success of the school. Michele is in her 11th year teaching in the Lower School, and she has taught both second and third grades. She values the relationships she has built with her students and their families and her colleagues across the divisions. Michele has a bachelor’s from St. Joseph’s University and a Masters in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She also currently serves on the Equity and Inclusion Committee at Tatnall.

  • Sarah Baylin

    Sarah Baylin is a 40-year member of the Tatnall community serving as an English teacher, Upper School Division Head (1995-2015), and parent of Benjamin ’96 and Zachary ’98. She graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill with a B.A. and a M.A.T. Before coming to Tatnall in 1979, Sarah taught in North Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Libya. Her long history with Tatnall has allowed her to experience the benefits of the School’s mission and its dedication to preparing students to assume meaningful roles in today’s changing world. Sarah and her husband Jonathan live in Wilmington.

  • Stephen Marvin '88

    Stephen Marvin is a member of the Tatnall Class of 1988 and is the President of the Board of Trustees. He and his wife Catherine are proud parents of Tatnall graduate Carl '18 and current students Catie '20 and Ben '25. Stephen has been a member of the board since 2003. He is a graduate of Carleton College and is a Partner at Marvin & Palmer. Stephen has felt a deep connection to Tatnall since his arrival in fourth grade and is committed to the future success of the school. 

  • Wes Morton

    Wesley Morton has been teaching music at Tatnall since 2012.  While he is officially considered a Middle School faculty member, Wes works with students in grades 5-12 and has served on several faculty committees at Tatnall. He currently serves as cross-divisional Music Coordinator. In addition to his professional connection to Tatnall, Wes and his wife Michelle (a former Tatnall Field Hockey coach) are the parents of Anna '25, Sarah '29, and JJ '33. Before coming to Tatnall, Wes worked for 15 years as a music and special education teacher at public schools in Florida and Delaware. During his 22 years in the classroom, Wes estimates that he has reported to at least 25 different administrators.