Board of Trustees

On the second Thursday of each month, the CCS Board of Trustees holds a Public Work Session in which all materials under consideration for Board approval are reviewed and discussed. The meeting is held in our Performing Arts Center, at 515 James Hance Court, Exton, PA 19341, and live-streamed on Collegium’s YouTube channel. All meetings start promptly at 6:00 PM. On the third Thursday of each month, the Board holds a Public Meeting in which they take action or vote on matters presented at the Public Work Session. The meeting is held immediately following the 6:00 PM Public Work Session in our Performing Arts Center, at 515 James Hance Court, Exton, PA 19341, and live-streamed on Collegium’s YouTube channel. All Board meeting agendas are available by selecting the Board of Trustees events listed on the Collegium Calendar, posted at least 24 hours in advance. Changes and cancellations to the above schedule are posted on our monthly CCS calendars and advertised in the Daily Local News.

Meet the Collegium Charter School Board of Trustees

Mr. Christopher W. McHenryChristopher W. McHenry,
CCS Board of Trustees President
Chris was elected to the CCS Board in February 2015. He has over 25 years of commercial finance experience. Chris has been employed by the Chester County Economic Development Council since 2010. In his role as the Sr. Portfolio and Compliance Manager, Chris is responsible for the oversight, performance, and compliance management for multiple government and private lending programs. Chris is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Delaware Valley College. He lives in Caln Township with his wife, Melanie, and their two sons, Ian and Aidan, who are proud CCS Cougars. He is an avid outdoorsman and Collegium volunteer.


Robert P. Girardeau, MSM-HCA, NRP, FP-C
CCS Board of Trustees Vice President
Robert joined the CCS Board of Trustees in 2021. He is an accomplished healthcare administrator and currently serves with Main Line Health’s senior leadership team as the system director for prehospital services. He is a paramedic by training and remains double-board-certified in pre-hospital emergency paramedicine and critical-care flight paramedicine. He also holds masters in management and healthcare administration. The Girardeau family became part of the CCS community in 2018 when his three boys were first enrolled. In addition to his busy work and home life, Robert is an avid skier and writer, as well as a soccer enthusiast and recreational soccer coach. Robert is an enthusiastic member of the CCS community and looks forward to serving the students, families, and staff for many years to come.


Sal Brown,
CCS Board of Trustees Treasurer
Sal Brown was elected to the CCS Board in July 2021. He brings over 15 years of Healthcare and Finance experience. Sal currently serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Med-Metrix; an International Healthcare Revenue Cycle Technology and Services firm. He received his B.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Business Management from Penn State University and an MBA from Keller School of Management. Sal is a Philly native currently residing in East Bradford Township with his wife, Kendra, and son Aden who attends CCS.


Jedelle Baxter III,
CCS Board of Trustees Secretary
Jay Baxter has nearly 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, with leadership experience in Operations, Client Services, and Relationship Management. Jay received his BA in Public Administration from West Chester University and his MS in Management from Wilmington University. He currently lives in Caln Township with his wife and son (who is currently enrolled at CCS).


Bill Randall,
CCS Board of Trustees Member
Bill Randall is a Capital Giving Officer at The Hill School in Pottstown. He earned a BA in Communications from Keystone College and an MS in Organizational Management from Misericordia University. Bill lives in Downingtown with his wife and two children – both of whom are proud to be CCS students.


Tye Lawson-Beard,
CCS Board of Trustees Member
Tye Lawson-Beard is the Director of Training and eLearning at ASTM International, providing hands-on training on the standards that most impact industry. For over 20 years, Tye has worked in the Learning & Development field spanning multiple industries. Tye holds a master’s
degree in organizational development, and a master’s degree in Learning Technology from Drexel University. She’s a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance, and an Adjunct Professor at Jefferson University, where she teaches Education and Management courses. Tye serves on numerous boards, including the University of Richmond Advisory Board, the Customer Insights Team for Peloton, and the Energy Advisory Board for the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. In her spare time, you can find Tye spending time with close family and friends, and watching romantic comedies.


Keyon Mallory,
CCS Board of Trustees Member
Keyon Mallory has been working with adults and children with Autism and various disabilities since 2007. He is currently the Associate Executive Director for Keystone Autism Services. Prior to his leadership positions at Keystone, Keyon spent years as a clinician working with individuals with Autism in various settings such as Community based, Residential, Public and Private Schools. Keyon earned his BA in Sociology from Bloomsburg University, and an MPA with a concentration in Non-profit Management from the Keller Graduate School of Management. He also earned a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Applied Behavior Analysis from Rowan University. Keyon was born and raised in Philadelphia, and he now lives in East Fallowfield Township, with his wife and two girls – both of whom attend Collegium.


Capria Stewart,
CCS Board of Trustees Member
Capria Stewart is a seasoned finance professional with over 20 years of expertise in the banking industry. She currently serves as a Sales and Service Manager with Meridian Bank, where she manages the bank’s sales process. Capria’s analytical skills, attention to detail, and ability to
navigate complex financial landscapes allows her to provide expert guidance in driving business growth. She grew up in Chester County, and she currently resides in East Fallowfield with her husband and youngest of 3 boys, who is a Collegium student. In Capria’s spare time, she enjoys shopping and traveling, and she’s an avid Eagles fan. She has a passion for making a difference and effecting positive change, and she looks forward to fulfilling her role as a CCS trustee.


Dr. Tazzarae Spivey-Mooring,
CCS Board of Trustees Member
Dr. Tazzarae Spivey-Mooring is a Counselor, Mentor, Educator, Author, Consultant, Speaker, and Empowerment Coach. A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Spivey-Mooring is a graduate of the Philadelphia High School for Girls’. She completed a B.A in Psychology at Temple University, a master’s degree in Group Counseling and Organizational Dynamics at Drexel University, and she earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the College of Education at Lehigh University. She is currently employed with the Department of Veteran Affairs, where she provides mental health services to our nation’s Veterans and their families. Dr. Spivey-Mooring maintains her own private practice, and she also serves as a mental health consultant for students and staff at the Church Farm School. She currently resides in Exton with her two daughters, both of whom are Collegium students.

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