THE ROEPER SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD OF TRUSTEE MEMBERS
The Roeper School is pleased to announce the following new members to the Roeper Board of Trustees with terms commencing July 1, 2013:
Steven Grekin of Bloomfield is an internationally renowned dermatologist and lecturer, well known for his expertise in the field of cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Grekin is an active community leader and philanthropist. He has two children attending The Roeper School.
Jonathan Citrin of Birmingham,a Roeper alumnus (’94), founded the investment advisory firm, CitrinGroup, where he served as CEO for ten years and where he currently serves as Executive Chairman. Additionally, he is a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Finance at Wayne State University, serves on the International Business Advisory Board at Eastern Michigan University and the Investor-Leadership Council of Michigan Economic Center, and is the Chair of the Board of Directors at Starfish Family Services.
Francesca Bennett of Huntington Woods, newly elected Student Representative, is a rising Senior at The Roeper School. She is the co-editor of Tuna Talk, has written for the Roughwriter, and is active in both Roeper Theater and athletics.
Christine Lyon of Huntington Woods is an International Relocation Consultant. As the newly elected Parent Representative of the Birmingham Campus, she has three children who attend The Roeper School and has actively been involved with the school since 2007.
Fiona Ruddy of Detroit is a 2006 graduate of the Roeper School and is the newly elected Alumni Representative. She works as the Alternative Food Program Coordinator at Eastern Market Corporation where she was named to Crain’s 20 in Their 20s this past April.
Founded in 1941, The Roeper School is a uniquely personalized, coeducational school for gifted and talented children in preschool through grade 12 from over 60 communities in southeast Michigan. With campuses in Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham, Michigan, Roeper was conceived on founding principles that recognize the power of education, choice and self-expression, and the transformative impact these principles have on young minds.