Board of Regents

The role of the Regents is to promote a culture of philanthropy among all of La Salle’s constituencies. This includes the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of individuals and institutions capable of providing meaningful philanthropic support to La Salle College Preparatory. The Regents serve as ambassadors, as hosts of cultivation events, as volunteer solicitors, and as donors who lead by example. The purpose of the Regents is to provide meaningful support and to engage the students, faculty, alumni, parents, and community in providing additional resources to the School.

In their role, Regents:

  • Help strategically position the School in the community;
  • Identify, explore and introduce to the Board any sources of financial support and generally assist with institutional advancement activities;
  • Suggest potential new members for the Board and its committees;
  • Promote the mission, goals, and objectives of La Salle College Preparatory to increase public awareness, understanding, and support of the School.

The Board of Regents may have a maximum of 30 members who serve on one or more of its committees. While the goals of each committee differ, all committees are generally tasked with assisting the President in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of current and prospective donors from various constituencies including alumni, parents, foundations, corporations, and friends of the School.

Board of Regents 2021 - 2022

  • Mr. Peter S. Griffith P’00, ’03 (Chair)

  • Mr. Camilo Becerra, Esq. P’18

  • Mr. Doug Campbell

  • Dr. Dino Clarizio ’75 P’06

  • Mr. Dennis Jebbia, Esq.

  • Mr. John Moe II, Esq. ‘68

  • Dr. Kris Mohandie ’80, P’21

  • Mrs. Leigh Olivar P ’12, ‘21

  • Mrs. Angelica Salas P'22

  • Mr. Brent Schoenbaum P’16,’19, ‘24

  • Mr. Thom Steinhoff P’21, ‘22

  • Mr. Kevin Sweeney P’17

  • Mrs. Julie Williams P'04

  • Mrs. Gina Zhang P’21

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La Salle College Preparatory was founded in 1956. Today, we are the only truly diverse and co-educational Catholic high school in Pasadena.