The Habersham school is a non-profit corporation formed under the laws of the State of Georgia. The Habersham School is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of one appointed member and six elected members. The overall responsibility of the Board is to advance the school according to our statement of faith, under the school’s by-laws, and in accordance with its stated mission and vision.
Dr. Brad Durham – Chairman
One of the leading cosmetic dentists in the southeast, Brad is also a published author and national consultant in his field. Brad has lived a life of service for the greater good of the Savannah community for many years. It is this desire to serve his community which led him to join the Habersham board. Brad is a member of Grace Church of the Islands where he also serves as a trustee.
Mr. Bobby Welch
Bobby has more than 40 years experience in private school administration and currently is President of The Dunham School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. During his career he has led a number of schools throughout the southeast through times of significant strategic growth and development. Bobby also serves as an executive consultant with Paideia, Inc., and assists private schools across the country in developing strategic plans for growth, fundraising, and faculty/staff development. Bobby is the grandfather of eight Habersham students. He attends First Presbyterian Church of Baton Rouge.
Mr. Jon Maire
Jon, a retired attorney, has had an extensive career in legal work and has been published in various legal journals such as the Notre Dame Law Review. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Jon and his wife Susie, moved to Savannah several years ago. He has been serving our community by bringing a Christian ethic and witness to the legal profession through his work in the Christian Legal Society. Jon is a member of Christ Church Anglican.
Mr. Glenn Burnsed
Mr. Michael Thomas
Michael is principal at Thomas and Reel Engineering Consultants of Savannah, serving the architectural and transportation industries. Specialties include structural and mechanical design and analysis. Prior to the consulting industry, Michael held Executive positions in engineering and management with manufacturing companies of transportation equipment.
Michael enjoys teaching part-time engineering classes at Armstrong. A South Carolina native, Michael has been a Savannah resident for 35 years, has 4 grandchildren attending The Habersham School and is a member of Skidaway Island Baptist Church.
Mr. Rhett Mouchet