Three distinct bodies work together to set governing policy for St. George. They are the school’s administration (as represented by our head of school), a school board made up of parents and community members who are chosen by election, and the St. George Episcopal Church’s Vestry. The democratic nature of this arrangement allows for a range of perspectives and voices to be heard during the decision-making process and is an important mechanism for achieving consensus on issues that affect the entire St. George community.

School Board

The role of the St George School Board of Directors is to provide broad policy direction to the Head of School, oversight of the properties and funds of the school, and to establish safe policies and principles necessary for safe and efficient operations.
Board Members are chosen by election to 3 year terms, subject to approval by the St George Episcopal Church Vestry. The Vestry of the Church empowers the School Board of Directors to ensure the integrity of the mission of the School.
Current Board Members
President – Lindsay Blanton is President & CEO of LLC, a radio communications media and data management company.  Lindsay and his wife Karen are the proud parents of Sarah (SGES Class of 2018) and Lindsay IV (SGES Class of 2020).
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Vice President – Cynthia Klint is the President and CEO of Biodynamic Research Corporation (BRC) in San Antonio, TX.  Cynthia has been in senior leadership for over twelve years, having worked her way up in the company over the past 22 years. BRC is an expert witness firm which combines medicine and engineering to analyze how people get injured in accidents. Cynthia functions as the corporate visionary and facilitator of the corporate mission. In addition, she oversees the day-to-day administrative and operational functions of BRC’s 70+ employees, including physicians, graduate engineers, nurses, paralegals, medical illustrators, and administrative staff. She and her husband are parents to two amazing children who currently attend St. George.
Treasurer – Rajeev Puri is the founder and owner of Athena Domain, Inc, a real estate investment and development firm focused on diversified commercial real estate projects in central Texas.  In addition to his service as Treasurer of St. George Episcopal School Board, he serves as a Texas Trustee for The Nature Conservancy, is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank San Antonio Smaller Business Round Table, and is a Founder’s Council Member for UTSA’s Real Estate Finance and Development program.  He and his wife, Sharu, are parents to Krish, 2020 graduate of St. George Episcopal School and Kirat, a fifth’s grader at St. George.  Rajeev is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering.
Secretary – Tiffanie Clausewitz is an attorney and partner at Clausewitz Law Firm, which provides business legal services for companies in San Antonio and the surrounding area.  In addition to serving on the St. George School Board, Tiffanie is a board member for the South Texas Chapters of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, an active member of IMPACT San Antonio and National Charity League, and serves in leadership for several legal organizations.  She and her husband Eric are the parents of Catherine (SGES Class of 2017), Patrick (SGES Class of 2020), and Lauren (SGES Class of 2023).
Frank Castellano is Vice President, Head of Distribution, Global Retail Markets – West for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, where he drives the sales execution strategy of the region’s $1.5 billion dollar market.  Frank and his wife Kate are the proud parents of St George Alumnus Will (currently a Freshman at TMI Episcopal), St George 6th grader Bri, and are active members of the St George Church.
Member – Joe Garza is the President & CEO of CCC Group, Inc., an international industrial construction company based in San Antonio.  He has served as a St. George board member since 2016, and has been privileged to also serve on the St. George mission team to St. Benoit, our sister school in Mombin Crochu, Haiti.  Joe and his wife Patricia have been active members of the St. George community for 11 years and counting.  They are the proud parents of three daughters: Camryn (SGES Class of 2018), Kacie (SGES Class of 2021) and Camille (SGES Class of 2027).
Member – Tammie Hall is Vice President and owner of SERVPRO of Northwest San Antonio.  She has three sons who attended St. George School, and chaired the silent auction for the Spring Fling twice while they were there.  Tammie is also a long-time member of St. George Church and has served in many areas at the church and diocesan level.
Member – Arden McLean is currently serving as Senior Warden of the Saint George Vestry.   Since joining the Saint George community in 2005, she has been involved in many aspects of church life – from chairing Vacation Bible School to serving as a member of the Altar Guild.  A former middle school teacher and current professional learning specialist in Northside ISD, Arden holds an MA in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Technology.  Her experience in the field of education, as well as various Saint George ministries, has given her an understanding of the vital role that the school & church partnership play in the life and health of our Saint George community.
Member – Erica Valladares is a Shareholder at Langley & Banack, Incorporated, a full-service law firm based in San Antonio, where she specializes in labor and employment and public law.  She has served on the board of the Lone Star Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, including as chairperson of the advocacy committee, and enjoys volunteering with the San Antonio Bar Association’s Elementary Reading Program during Law Week.  She, her husband Marlon, and daughters Maya and Elena have been proud members of the St. George community since 2015.
Member – Brad Warr, PhD, PA-C is an urgent care physician assistant who retired from the Army in 2017 after 20 years of service.  St George school and church is a big reason the Warr family decided to make San Antonio their long term home. Brad and Alicia have an adult son living in Phoenix, their second son at McPherson College in Kansas, and their daughter is an 8th grader at SGES.

Ex-offico Member – The Rev’d Ram Lopez, Rector

Ex-offico Member – Rob Devlin, Head of School

Church Vestry

  • The Rev’d Ram Lopez, Rector
  • Susan Alwais, Senior Warden
  • Frank Minard, Junior Warden
  • Alyssa Rogers, Clerk
  • Andy Stokes, Treasurer
  • David Draeger
  • Lindsey Finklea
  • Meg Grant
  • Cathryn Grigsby
  • Mike Holmes
  • Jason Keller
  • Arden McLean
  • Molly Miller
  • Genevieve Sugalski
  • Alana Woods