Board of Trustees

The purpose of the Fort Worth Country Day Board of Trustees is to define and guard the School’s purpose, mission statement, philosophy and core values (defining statements). It is the Board’s responsibility to ensure that these statements are appropriate and significant to the School community and to monitor the success of the School in fulfilling them.

To achieve these goals, the Board focuses on long-range and strategic issues. An individual Trustee does not become involved in specific management, personnel or curricular issues. Instead, the Board as a whole is responsible for matters, including:

• The overriding policies, philosophies and strategic plans of the School
• The financial stability and the financial future of the School
• The preservation and growth of capital assets and endowments
• The selection, support and evaluation of the head of School

The Head of School implements the policies of the Board and serves as the chief administrative officer of the School. The Board of Trustees and the Head of School work together to ensure the success and future of Fort Worth Country Day.

List of 27 items.

  • Randy Eisenman '93, President

    Randy is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Satori Capital, a multi-strategy investment firm founded upon the principles of conscious capitalism. Prior to launching Satori Capital, Randy spent 10 years at Q Investments, where he served as a Partner and also founded and led Handango to capitalize on the emerging mobile applications market. Based on his role at Handango, Randy was named Ernst & Young’s 2004 Entrepreneur of the Year. Before Q Investments, Randy was a financial analyst for Goldman Sachs & Co. in the firm’s principal investment area. A graduate of the Business Honors Program at The University of Texas at Austin, Randy is actively involved in the Young Presidents Organization, where he recently served as the North America Co-Chair of its Sustainable Business Network and Co-Chair of its Entrepreneurship and Innovation Network. He is a past member of the Board of Trustees of Cook Children’s Health Foundation, still serving on its Investment Committee, and the TCU Entrepreneurial Program Advisory Board. Randy is the father of two Falcons.
  • Elyse Stoltz Dickerson ’93, Vice President

    Elyse is CEO and Co-Founder of Eosera, Inc., a biotech company based in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a strong advocate for gender equality and women in business. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Arts, Elyse also holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University. Elyse is a member of YPO and currently serves on the Tech FW Board and Texas Christian University Neeley School of Business Health Care MBA Advisory Board. She also serves on the FWCD Finance and Building & Grounds Committees. Elyse and her husband, C.D. (’94), are the parents of two current Falcons.
  • Brian Crumley ’92, Vice President/Treasurer

    Brian is Managing Partner/Co-Founder of Vortus Investments in Fort Worth, a private equity partnership focused on energy investments. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Cook Children’s Health Foundation, Cook Children’s Health Care System, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, and STAR Sponsorship Program, which provides educational access to underprivileged local students. Brian graduated from Princeton University with an AB in Political Economics and earned an MBA from Stanford University. Brian and his wife, Tyler, a former FWCD Junior Kindergarten Assistant, are the parents of a Class of 2022 FWCD graduate and three student Falcons.
  • Mary Hallman Smith ’03, Secretary

    Mary, an appellate lawyer by training, works as her family’s Business Manager. She is a Fort Worth native and an FWCD Original, having attended FWCD from kindergarten through grade 12. Mary earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California and a JD with Honors from The University of Texas School of Law. Mary and her husband, Dwayne, a family lawyer, have three children. The two oldest are current Falcons. Since 2011, Mary has served FWCD in various roles, on the Alumni Council, Board of Trustees, and Falcon Inclusion Team.
  • Laura Bird

    Laura has more than 40 years of experience in the development and construction industry, including retail, residential, education, public facilities, nonprofit, high-rise, and tenant improvement construction. In her early career, as she worked to complete her formal education at Texas A&M with a degree in Building Construction (Construction Science) from the College of Architecture, she gained hands-on field knowledge of the construction industry. Her primary career focus is on creating interdisciplinary teams to plan and build aesthetically significant and purposeful environments that support occupants, health, wellness and lifestyle. Three projects she completed are AIA award winners. Her most recent project was Frost Tower Fort Worth, a 25-story building located downtown. Laura has served FWCD on the Building and Grounds Committee (2000-15), as PFA President (2002-03), and on the Board of Trustees (2005-11). Laura and her husband, Greg, are the parents of two Falcon alumni.
  • Andrew Blake ’93

    Andrew is the Founder and Managing Partner of Presidio Interests, a Fort Worth-based commercial real estate investment and development firm. Presidio specializes in forward-looking, transformative urban development projects, often repositioning obsolete and underperforming buildings to benefit the community. Presidio has acquired, developed or redeveloped many urban infill commercial projects in Fort Worth, including the Foch Street Warehouses (Foch Street South) and Magnolia + May. He currently or formerly served on the Cultural District Alliance Board (past Chairman); the Fort Worth Downtown Design Review Board; the Downtown FW 2023 and 2033 Strategic Planning teams; the City of FW Urban Forestry Advisory Board; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; the Lone Star Film Society & Festival; Streams & Valleys; and on committees at Fort Worth Country Day, Vision FW, and FW South (Near Southside Inc). In 2001, he founded Urban Green, a nonprofit that has planted trees in several (but not nearly enough) public spaces in Fort Worth. Andrew earned his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin. He attended FWCD from kindergarten through eighth grade. Andrew and his wife, Lauren, are the parents of two Falcons.
  • Ann Bluntzer, PhD

    Ann is an Associate Professor for Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business in the Department of Management and Leadership and the TCU Ralph Lowe Energy Institute Executive Director. She focuses on curriculum in the geopolitics of energy, ESG in business, transformational leadership, business ethics, international business, and the nonprofit management space. She holds a PhD from the University of South Carolina, an MEd and BS from Texas A&M University, and Business Sustainability certification from Harvard Business School. Ann began her career as a Foreign Service Officer and continues to work on international development projects in emerging markets. She also serves on the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations. The parent of two Falcons, Ann is a Founding Co-President of FWCD’s JK-12 4-H program.
  • John Brookman ’80

    John Brookman ’80 is an attorney-arbitrator/mediator who specializes in the resolution of civil litigation disputes. As outside General Counsel to multiple international corporations, John has represented clients on every continent around the globe—save Antarctica. He continues to represent select individual and corporate clients in the courtroom and the boardroom. John now deploys his trial experience and risk management expertise on the settlement of others’ disputes — as a distinguished neutral in the alternative dispute resolution processes of arbitration and mediation. John is a director of the Tarrant County Bar Association and a former board chair of Communities in Schools of Greater Tarrant County. John earned a JD from South Texas College of Law and a BA in Government from The University of Texas at Austin. He has volunteered at FWCD since 1998 at events in all academic divisions and served in such roles as Alumni Council President and Falcon Club Co-President with his wife, Bari Buckner Brookman ’83. The Brookmans are the proud parents of five Falcon alumni.
  • Ricky Brown

    Ricky is the inaugural Principal at I.M. Terrell Academy for STEM and Visual Performing Arts. Working in the Fort Worth ISD since 2000-01, Ricky enjoys the journey of influencing and impacting children’s lives in positive ways. He graduated from the University of Maine with a BS in Business Administration, Marketing. After 10 years of teaching and coaching, he furthered his educational career, earning an MEd in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington. Ricky has been involved in opening two new academies in Fort Worth ISD: Young Men’s Leadership Academy (a nationally recognized school) and I.M. Terrell Academy for STEM and Visual Performing Arts. He also was responsible for rebranding and turning around Jacquet Middle School. Ricky and his wife, Kena, have served with FWCD’s Falcon Club for the past two years. They have one son who graduated from FWCD in 2021.
  • William Butler ’96

    William is a Founding Partner and Chief Financial Officer of privately held Brazos Midstream. He currently serves on FWCD’s Finance Committee and has served on other boards, including the  Center for Transforming Lives Foundation and University Christian Church. Prior to Brazos, William served as Chief Financial Officer for Athlon Energy and previously held roles with Stephens, Inc. and XTO Energy, Inc. He earned a BS in Commerce from Washington and Lee University with special attainments in business administration and history. William and his wife, Anjie (Landreth) ’94, are the parents of two FWCD Falcons.
  • Orlando Carvalho

    Orlando has over 38 years of experience in the aerospace and defense industry with Lockheed Martin. He held integral leadership positions, including Executive Vice President and General Manager of the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program, President of Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors, General Manager and Vice President of Surface-Sea Based Ballistic Missile Defense Systems, and Executive Vice President of Lockheed’s Aeronautics business, a 24,000-employee enterprise. Orlando presently serves as an independent director on the Corporate Boards of Mercury Systems and the NORDAM Group LLC. He holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Fairfield University. He and his wife, Anne, who served on FWCD’s Board of Trustees from 2014-17, are the parents of three alumni and the guardians of two current Falcons.
  • Georgina Moncrief Condrey ’94

    Georgina is a Fort Worth native and Fort Worth Country Day Original, having attended FWCD K-12. She earned her BA in Art History from The University of Texas at Austin, followed by post-graduate studies in decorative arts at Sotheby’s, New York, and an MA in Art History with Christie’s, New York. Georgina has been a board member of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth since 2012 and continues to enjoy active participation in both the museums and commercial art world. Georgina and her husband, Cliff Condrey, are the parents of three children: Two are Falcons, and one attends All Saints’ Episcopal School. Having three children with different learning styles, strengths, and weaknesses, Georgina is focused on best supporting individual students’ needs, including those with ADD/ADHD. She has served on FWCD’s Admission Events Committee and currently serves on FWCD’s Advancement Committee. Georgina has been a Breakthrough Fort Worth Fancy Meal Chair and continues to enjoy involvement in the Breakthrough program, as well as other volunteer opportunities and leadership roles at both FWCD and in the extended community.
  • Claudia Coscia

    Claudia began the legal department of Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc., and has been Assistant General Counsel since 2009. She specializes in advertising law, intellectual property, corporate governance and transactions, and business immigration. Before working with Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc., Claudia was an Associate Attorney at Cantey & Hanger, LLC, and a teacher at Rosemont Middle School and H.V. Helbing Elementary School (1991-93) in the Fort Worth ISD. Claudia holds a JD from Baylor Law School and a Bilingual Teaching Certificate (K-4) from Texas Woman’s University. She earned a BA in Psychology and French, with a minor in Business from TCU. Claudia teaches a class at Business Boot Camp at Baylor Law School covering advertising and intellectual property law and provides advice and feedback to the law school regarding its transactional business law program. In addition, she mentors and provides externships for law students from Baylor and Texas A&M law schools. Claudia has participated in many different aspects of FWCD life. She and her husband, Julio Cedillo, have two FWCD alumni and a current FWCD student.
  • Hugo Del Pozzo

    Hugo has been directing private equity investments since 2000. He co-founded Bravo Equity Partners, a Fort Worth-based firm focused on venture and growth-stage investment opportunities in Hispanic opportunities in the Southwestern USA and Mexico. He co-founded BioAxess Investments, which invests in early-stage Bio-Technology opportunities. Hugo is the Founder and President of Savor Restaurant Group and Texas Patrones, which operates different franchised restaurants in North Texas, Houston and Austin. He is the co-founder of Pinea Wines, a Ribera del Duero (Spain) producer of some of the best wines in the world. Hugo grew up in Mexico and has lived in the U.S. since 2000. He earned an MBA from ITAM/University of California at Berkeley and is a graduate of Tec de Monterrey (BBA, Accounting and Finance). He is fluent in English and Spanish. Hugo and his wife, Tanya, have three Falcons: an alumnus and two current students.
  • Dak Hatfield

    Dak is President of Hatfield Advisors and Partner of Half Acre Management in Fort Worth. The two companies specialize in commercial real estate brokerage, investment, strategy, development, and project and property management. A former Building and Grounds Committee member and now Chair of that committee, Dak serves on the Board of the Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council; Development Committee Member for Near Southside, Inc.; Advisory Committee Member for the Fort Worth Housing Authority; and Board Member of University Little League. Dak earned an undergraduate degree in finance/real estate from Texas Christian University, obtained his Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation in 2009, and achieved his Project Management Professional designation in 2012. Dak and his wife, Robyn, have two children enrolled at FWCD.
  • Elizabeth Murphy Jones ’88

    Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Fort Worth. She has worked with children, adolescents, and their families as a therapist for more than 25 years in agency, hospital, and private practice settings. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Elizabeth earned both a BS and an MEd there. She went on to earn her PhD from the University of North Texas. Elizabeth was a member of the Board of Directors at The WARM Place and the University Christian Church Weekday School, serving as Board President at both organizations. At FWCD, Elizabeth has been an active member of the Parent Faculty Association and has served in various volunteer roles as a parent. Elizabeth and her husband, Mark, are the parents of two Falcon alumni.
  • J. Bryan King, CFA

    Bryan is a Principal of Luther King Capital Management Corporation, an SEC-registered investment adviser with approximately $25.7 billion of assets under management as of March 31, 2022, and Founder and Managing Partner of LKCM Capital Group and LKCM Headwater Investments, the private capital investment group of LKCM. Bryan has acted as an investment manager responsible for lower middle market investments in public and private companies since 1994. Those private capital-focused partnerships manage in excess of $2 billion of flexible capital focused on long-term investment strategies to drive shareholder value through building more profitable and durable businesses. The investment team and their affiliates represent approximately 30% of the capital in the partnerships, and outside capital is predominantly limited to taxable investors with prior significant experience building businesses similar to those in which LKCM invests. In 2003, Bryan established the LKCM Distribution Holdings Advisory Board of Operating Partners, key limited partners, and relevant thought leaders to support LKCM Capital Group and its affiliates' investment activities in value-added distribution and related service offerings. In specialty distribution, Bryan has chaired and/or been the Managing Partner with direct controlling oversight of over a dozen businesses. He currently is the Chair and CEO of Distribution Solutions Group and most recently became the Chair of ERIKS North American’s assets, including Lewis-Goetz. He also has served in various capacities, including Chair, on and alongside, many other boards of both public and private companies across many industries, as well as numerous nonprofit and community organizations. Bryan graduated from Princeton University, where he was a varsity athlete and today serves on the Princeton University Museum of Art Advisory Board. He also graduated from Harvard Business School, as well as Texas Christian, where he serves on the Executive Committee of Trustees, and chairs the Investment Committee with oversight over the Endowment, and previously chaired the Fiscal Affairs and Audit and Risk Management committees. Bryan has twin daughters.
  • Michelle Marlow

    Michelle grew up in Shiner and made her way to Fort Worth to become a Texas Christian University Horned Frog. Upon completing her master’s degree, she worked as a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in private practice. She recently published a series of hard-to-pronounce sound books for children with speech impairments. Michelle remains connected to TCU, serving two terms on the National Alumni Board, is currently Chair of the Davies School of Communication Disorders and Health Sciences Advisory Board, and is serving a third term on the Advisory Board to the Chancellor. At FWCD, Michelle has served as the FWCD Fund Chair, as a member of the Advancement Committee, and, with her husband, Scott, as Falcon Club Presidents. President of Jewel Charity (2020-22), Michelle also sits on the boards of the Texas Ballet Theater, The Cliburn, Fort Worth Symphony, and Rivertree Academy. She is a past Trustee at Cook Children’s Medical Center and Past President of the Junior League of Fort Worth. Michelle is married to Scott Marlow, MD, an Anesthesiologist specializing in cardiac anesthesia. They are the parents of three FWCD alumni and one current Falcon.
  • Monika Mathur, MD

    Monika is a Primary Care Physician who serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance in Fort Worth. She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Toronto and completed her Family Medicine Residency at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Since moving to Fort Worth in 2013, Monika completed the Leadership Fort Worth program and has been an involved community member with service as the Chair of the Board of Trustees for the March of Dimes DFW Chapter, member of the board of Texas Health Southlake Hospital, Texas Health Spine Surgery Center Alliance, as well as serving on the Admissions Committee for the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine. She is the mother of two Falcons and enjoys being involved with the School as a member of the Medical Advisory Team.
  • Demequa Moore, MD

    Demequa is a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Professor at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. She recently was named a 2022 DFW Child Mom-Approved OB/GYN. Demequa and her husband, Dr. Curtiss Moore, are the parents of four young children, two of whom are Falcons. She currently serves on FWCD’s Falcon Inclusion Team (FIT). Demequa completed her undergraduate education in 2005 at Prairie View A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. She graduated from the McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2009. She has been involved as a volunteer and is now a board member of Pipeline to Possibilities, a program committed to educating youth on various aspects of the justice system and inspiring youth to become leaders in society.
  • Jamie Packer

    Jamie Packer is an Executive Director and Financial Advisor in Wealth Management with UBS Financial Services. He began his career in the investment business in 1997 and has served in client advisory and leadership roles in financial services across Texas. At UBS, Jamie is responsible for overseeing team operations, investment advisory, and business development strategies within his team. Prior to his current role, Jamie managed the Downtown Houston Complex, the Fort Worth and West Texas Complex, and held several other management and leadership roles for UBS. Jamie serves on the Healing Shepherd Clinic and is a member of Jewel Charity. He has been an active member of the FWCD Advancement Committee for six years. Together, he and his wife, Pam, served as 2017-18 FWCD Fund Chairs and Fund Co-Chairs in 2020-21. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Packer holds a BBA and the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA®) and Certified Private Wealth Advisor (CPWA®) designations. He and Pam are the parents of four Falcons.
  • Malathi Ravi

    Malathi is an attorney at the Blum Firm, where she practices estate planning and probate law. Originally from Athens, Alabama, Malathi graduated from Birmingham-Southern College and the Emory University School of Law. She moved to Texas after marrying her husband, Dr. Avinash Vallurupalli. The couple are parents of a Class of 2022 FWCD alumna and one current Falcon. Malathi is an active FWCD volunteer, having served in numerous roles within the Parent Faculty Association. She also has served as a member of FWCD’s Finance Committee and an FWCD Parent Ambassador Leader for the Admission Office. Outside of FWCD, Malathi has served on the Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County Board and is a member of the National Charity League with her daughters. Malathi’s professional career included working as an International Tax Consultant for Arthur Andersen and Deloitte & Touche. She also worked at Thomson Reuters, where, as a Lead Systems Business Analyst, she reviewed the international tax modules of their tax software products.
  • Merianne Roth

    Merianne is strategic communication and brand marketing leader with corporate experience in higher education, consumer retail, hospitality, health care, and nonprofit sectors. She currently serves as Associate Vice Chancellor of Communications at Texas Christian University. A longtime Fort Worth resident, Merianne is involved in many community and professional organizations, is a Leadership Fort Worth graduate, and attends First Presbyterian Church Fort Worth with her family. Merianne and her husband, Steve, are proud parents of two Falcons and are active FWCD volunteers.
  • Rob Semple ’95

    Rob is a Principal at Panther FW Investments, a real estate private equity firm. He has 20+ years of experience managing public and private investment, primarily focusing on the real estate and technology industries. He currently serves as President of Westside Little League, and he and his wife, Katie, are former Chairs of the FWCD Fund (2019-20, 2020-21). Rob has been a member of the FWCD Alumni Council since 2011, holding several positions, including Secretary, Nominations Chair, and President (2017-19). He has also been a member of the FWCD Advancement Committee since 2017 and the FWCD Finance Committee since 2020. Rob earned his BBA in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin in 1999 and his CFA designation in 2005. Rob and Katie have two sons enrolled at FWCD.
  • Blaine Smith ’80

    Blaine is an artist who works in various media. Her works draw upon nature and traditional ethnographic and non-Western cultures and are collected by individuals, hotels, and corporations in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. She earned her BA in Anthropology from Yale University. A former FWCD faculty member, Blaine served as the AP Art History Teacher from 1992-99. She gives back to her craft, serving on the Executive Committee of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth since 2006, in various roles with the Van Cliburn Foundation since 1990, and on the Houston Museum of Natural Science Anthropology Sub-Committee and Collections Committee since 2010. Blaine is the 2015 recipient of the FWCD Alumni Association’s Falcon Star award, has served on the Advancement Committee in the past, and is a member of the School’s Building and Grounds Committee. Blaine has a daughter attending Trinity Valley School.
  • Rachel Werner

    Rachel attended the Culver Academies in Culver, Indiana, and graduated from Texas A&M University. She then worked in Washington, D.C., for many years, holding several positions in the White House, serving as a Chief of Staff in the U.S. House of Representatives, and was Director of Special Projects in a U.S. House of Representatives Leadership Office. Since moving to Fort Worth, Rachel has been a part of various philanthropic boards and committees, including the Amon Carter Museum of American Art Ambassadors Council, the Kupferle Women’s Health Board, National Charity League, and the Presbyterian Night Shelter. Rachel has also been actively involved with the FWCD Parent Ambassador Leaders team, the FWCD 4-H Club, and the FWCD Parent Faculty Association (PFA) Board. She is currently a board member at the Culver Academies and the Board and Cook Children’s Medical Center. Rachel and her husband, Eric, have two daughters.
  • Ex Officio Members - Non Voting

    Asad Dean ’90, Alumni Association President
    Courtney Holm, PFA President
    Eric Lombardi, Head of School

List of 4 items.

  • Advancement Committee

    Board | Voting
    Chris Rooker, Chair
    John Brookman ’80
    Claudia Coscia
    Bryan King
    Michelle Marlow
    Merianne Roth
    Blaine Smith ’80

    Ex Officio Board | Non-voting
    Asad Dean ’90, Alumni Association resident
    Pam Packer, PFA President

    Non-Board | Voting
    Ashley Williams-Baker
    Joseph Berkes
    Hannah Stinson Head ’94
    Samantha Pace
    Jamie Packer
    Dabney Poorter
    Austin Reilly ’04
    Wesley Van Wyk Snyder ’94

    Advisory | Non-voting
    Kristin and Trey Carmichael, Falcon Club
    April and Paul Bleich, FWCD Fund
    Jamie Malonis, CAST
    Heather and Ryan Senter, Campaign Co-Chairs

    Board | Voting
    Randy Eisenman ’93, Board President
    Elyse Stoltz Dickerson ’93,  Board Vice President

    Head of School | Non-voting
    Eric Lombardi, Head of School
  • Building and Grounds Committee

    Board | Voting
    Dak Hatfield, Chair
    Ricky Brown
    Laura Bird
    Georgina Moncrief Condrey ’94
    Hugo Del Pozzo
    Elyse Stoltz Dickerson ’93
    Josh Korman ’92
    Rob Semple ’95
    Robert Sturns

    Non-Board | Voting
    Andrew Blake ’93
    Matt Carter
    Monica deLaGarza
    James Hill ’97
    Whit Kelly ’80
    Rob Sell

    Board | Non-voting
    Randy Eisenman ’93, Board President
    Chris Rooker, Board Vice President
    Head of School | Non-voting
    Eric Lombardi, Head of School
  • Finance Committee

    Board | Voting
    Russ Fleischer, Chair
    Brian Crumley ’92
    Hugo Del Pozzo
    Elyse Stoltz Dickerson ’93, Board Vice President
    Bryan King
    Malathi Ravi
    Chris Rooker, Board Vice President
    Rob Semple ’95

    Non-Board | Voting
    Leslie Daly
    Stephen Luskey ’01
    Ryan Senter
    Marcus Snyder ’93

    Board | Non-voting
    Randy Eisenman ’93, Board President

    Head of School | Non-voting
    Eric Lombardi, Head of School
  • Trustee and Leadership Committee

    Board | Voting
    Rachel Werner, Chair
    Brian Crumley ’92
    Randy Eisenman ’93, Board President
    Elizabeth Murphy Jones ’88
    Merianne Roth
    Mary Hallman Smith ’03

    Head of School | Non-voting
    Eric Lombardi, Head of School
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Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is a JK-12 private, independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics.