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ICEF Public Schools Board of Directors

The Board of Directors for ICEF Public Schools has the legal and fiduciary oversight of the operating entity that employs nearly 400 people and educates more than 3,000 students annually. This responsibility includes all the requirements for a public entity, such as following the Brown Act for public meetings, formal board resolutions for state-required items, etc., as well as the important oversight of the CEO and senior management.

Members of the Board

David Moore, Chairman of the Board of Directors, is CEO and President of Interconnect Solutions Group, Inc., a manufacturer's representative group that is the exclusive agent in Southern California, for, Glenair, Inc. (a world leading supplier of interconnect products to the aerospace military and commercial markets). He has been a View Park Prep parent since 1999 and joined the ICEF board in 2003. Mr. Moore serves on the Deacon Board of West Angeles COGIC; is an active youth leader with Boy Scouts of America; and has served as a youth coach in several sports. Mr. Moore, his daughter, and several family members are graduates of Dartmouth College. He is proud to say that Dartmouth was the first Ivy League school to graduate an ICEF alum. Email David Moore

William B. Lucas is a Co-Founder and Principal at Cataumet Partners, a provider of long-term wealth management services to families and individuals.  A graduate of Princeton University and Dartmouth College, Mr. Lucas is skilled in mergers and acquisitions, legal and regulatory regulations, analysis and interpreting complicated numerical information, providing investment advice, tactics and preparing legal documents – a perfect fit for ICEF Public Schools. Email William Lucas

Tramell Johnson, a 12-year Air Force Veteran, is a graduate of Argosy University and the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He recently served on the Department of Defense as an education and training manager at Los Angeles Air Force Base. He currently works as a consultant for Troops for Teachers. Email Tramell Johnson

Brandon A. Roberson has worked in the field of education since his graduation from the University of California, Irvine and Loyola Marymount University. An accomplished classical and jazz musician, Mr. Roberson has performed in African, jazz, and symphonic orchestras, then as Church Musician for Christ Centered A.R.M.E.D. Ministries.  He currently works as Director of the Learning Resource Center at Mount St. Mary's University. Email Brandon Roberson

Kenneth Christmas is an entertainment business and legal affairs executive, entrepreneur and attorney. His professional experience includes negotiating deals in television, film and music, managing individual celebrity brands, developing and producing original television and film content, and training and supervising personnel in a corporate environment. As Senior Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs for Mar Vista Entertainment (Mar Vista), he oversees the negotiating and shaping of complex business transactions in the areas of development, production, finance and distribution of television and film.​​​​​​​ Email Kenneth Christmas
 
Angila Romious PhD is Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Otis College of Art and Design. She is also a faculty member in the Sociology Department teaching Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods at Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles. In addition to her years of experience in institutional research and faculty work, Dr. Romious consults as an external evaluator, conducting program and project evaluations for non-profit organizations and businesses. Dr. Romious has experience in higher education working with regional accreditation agencies, state and federal reporting, and internal analysis regarding student success and degree completion. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in Social Ecology from UC Irvine. Email Angila Romious
 

Dana Henry joined the Weingart Foundation as a Program Officer in 2020, focusing on the Foundation’s grantmaking and broader funding strategy in South Los Angeles.  She brings more than 20 years of experience working with and expanding opportunities for vulnerable children, youth, and families. Dana worked extensively with Communities In Schools, a national organization who is focused on helping children and their families access and navigate the maze of public and private services in school and community. More recently she served as a Regional lead developing and building capacity among CIS affiliates in the Western U.S. She also played a key role in implementing the organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative. Dana is a graduate of UCLA, as well as the Los Angeles African American Women’s Public Policy Institute, a non-profit organization that provides intensive leadership development to women, with the goal of increasing their participation in government and the public policy process.  Email Dana Henry