Board of Trustees
Members of the Westminster School Board of Trustees volunteer their time, energy, and expertise working for the school. The board oversees the financial well-being of the school, sets policies and establishes broad management objectives to help support the head of the school and professional staff with the tools and resources needed to effectively pursue Westminster’s mission. The board is devoted to nurturing the mission and culture of the school and believes one of its most important obligations is to ensure that a Westminster education is available for our children's children. The board is a diverse group of individuals with backgrounds that include parents of current students, parents whose children have graduated from Westminster and alumni of the school.
I am the proud parent of two recent Westminster graduates - Sam in 2016 and Sarah Cate in 2018. Both started in 3-day at Westminster. As a result, I’ve had pleasure of connection to the school for the past 14 years. I feel fortunate that my children attended Westminster and am deeply committed to helping ensure that current and future Westminster students continue to benefit from an educational philosophy that I know will serve them well in life.
I hope the Westminster website provides you with all the information you might need. A common phrase echoed throughout divisions is that things are done the “Westminster Way.” I encourage you to contact Westminster to receive additional information about what that entails and the truly unique educational program our school provides. Thanks for visiting!
President of the Board of Trustees
Vice President: Stacy McDaniel
Treasurer: Bobby Nelson (Class of 1989)
Secretary: Sarah Pitman
Endowment Chair: David Griffin
Past-President: Darren Tawwater (Class of 1986)
Head of School: Bob Vernon
Diana Hampton, M.D. (Class of 1980)
Davis Hudiburg (Class of 2003)
Candace Williams Lisle
Jane Puls, M.D.
Mallory Van Horn
Westminster School was incorporated in 1963 and is an independent, non-denominational 501 (c)(3) Oklahoma not-for-profit institution. It is governed by a Board of Trustees.