David interviews Yvonne Adams who serves as the Director of Equity and Inclusion at St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Austin. In this episode, Yvonne shares how the Episcopal identity of St. Stephen's informs her work on campus. Don't miss Yvonne as one of our keynote speakers at Biennial!
David and Mary Katherine preview the 2021 Biennial Conference (October 21-22, 2021)! Also, David interviews our keynote speaker David Epstein. Epstein is the author of Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World and he visits with David about how his research can inform our work in Episcopal schools.
David and Mary Katherine discuss The Enneagram and how it can be a great tool for self-awareness and personal development. To learn more, read The Road Back To You by Fr. Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabille. Mary Katherine also mentioned The Nine Styles of Leadership by Beatrice Chestnut.
How are we support a board with a clear understand of what is expected of it as a whole and as individuals within the governing body? In this episode, David discusses board development and highlights the resources available to SAES member schools.
In this interview, David and Mary Katherine discuss the upcoming Early Learning Conference. Registration information can be found here. David also interviews the keynote speaker, Dr. Lisa Pena. Click here for "The Love and Olive Show!"
This episode focuses on the pastoral work taking place at our schools during the pandemic. David speaks with Paige McKay (All Saints, Lubbock), Brian Tarver (St. Philip's, Beeville) and Josh Woods (St. David's, San Antonio) to learn how the current situation has affected their school ministries.
In this episode, David and Mary Katherine explore the marketing and admissions question in light of the pandemic. Also, Michael Zeigler (Director of Marketing and Advancement, St. George Episcopal School in San Antonio) shares how "St. George Live" has helped them build engagement with current families while connecting with prospective families.