The SkyView Academy Board of Directors is comprised of seven members, three are appointed, two of which must be non-parent community members, and four additional members are elected by the parent community. Each of our Board members are actively involved in the charter school community and share a common vision for the school. Our Board operates as a policy setting board focusing on the long-term strategic direction of the school. To communicate with the Board, please email email@example.com
Jeremy Stahl was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona where he met his wife, Cathy. After starting a family Jeremy and Cathy moved to Denver in 2006. Jeremy’s career started in construction and transitioned into telecommunications with US West (later Qwest, now Century Link) in 1998. This professional transition has awarded many challenges but also provided some amazing opportunities in education, new roles and current technology. Jeremy is currently employed as a system administrator supporting network connectivity for Century Link and pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology with an emphasis on Emergency Management. Jeremy believes in giving back to the community and volunteered time with the Wildcat Vista Homeowners Association board for eight years including serving as board president. When school isn’t in session, Jeremy is usually out with his two boys camping, hitting the trails with the Jeep, working on the house, cars, or anything else needing attention. Jeremy and Cathy are raising two boys near Highlands Ranch in beautiful Colorado, with the youngest attending SkyView Academy.
Kristin is a Colorado native, local community member and former elementary school educator. Kristin received her undergraduate degree in speech, language, hearing sciences and teaching credentials from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She spent seven years teaching primary education in charter schools in the Denver area as well as acting as a curriculum coordinator during that tenure. She is passionate about children and creating opportunities for them to grow and thrive. Currently, Kristin owns her own Real Estate Brokerage and is a residential real estate broker along with being an active volunteer in the Highlands Ranch community. Kristin currently lives in Highlands Ranch with her husband and three children (ages 10,7 and 3). Well before SkyView was what it is today, Kristin joined a group of families trying to bring SkyView Academy to the Highlands Ranch community. As a Founding Board Member, she filled many roles including Secretary and Vice President of the SkyView Academy Board. She sat on the Board from 2009 – 2015 helping to create what SkyView has come to be today.
Donnell earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Eastern Washington University. Donnell was a resident of Highlands Ranch for 15 years and is a long time charter school mom, volunteer, and advocate. As an advocate, she worked to engage and educate charter school parents in Douglas County through a large email network. Currently she is a full time stay at home mom, helping guide one child through an online charter school at home, but she previously worked part time for the Colorado League of Charter Schools in their advocacy department where she worked to educate and engage parents to be advocates in the charter school movement. Donnell worked with the SkyView Academy founding team to develop the classical high school program. She lives in Elbert County with her husband and two sons.
Dana Bath has been a Financial Planner and Investment Advisor for over 20 years. She is currently registered with Aveo Capital Partners where she is also the Director of Advisor Services. She served as the treasurer for the Platte River Academy Foundation for two years, while volunteering her time as the treasurer of the Arresting Love Ministries, a non-profit organization whose mission is to support the wives of the “men behind the badge”. She also serves on the board of CWBO, a Christian woman’s networking group, for several years, helping to grow membership from 12 to over 60 in the metro area while establishing five new locations. During her time at Platte River Academy she was an active volunteer and served two years on the Platte River Academy Foundation Board.
Dana and her husband have two children who attend SkyView Academy and live in Highlands Ranch.
Jodi is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development from the University of Arizona and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. She has spent her career focused on improving the lives of the individuals she has worked with and making a positive impact on the organizations she has worked for. She is currently employed at WellPoint in Denver as a Behavioral Health Manager assisting in implementing an inbound behavioral health call center for the soon-to-be implemented healthcare legislation related Exchanges. Previous to WellPoint, she spent eight years at Mines and Associates, a national psychology firm with concentration on managed mental health and employee assistance programs. She has also held various roles working with children, adolescents and families dealing with emotional, psychiatric, behavioral problems and mental illnesses. She is a passionate advocate of the charter school concept within the public education system and helped to create SkyView’s preschool program. Jodi and her family live in Highlands Ranch.
My wife, Barbara, and I have seven children, ages 16 through one year, and all those of school age have attended SkyView Academy. With many years of SkyView ahead of us, I have a deeply vested interest in helping the school be the best it can possibly be, so that all those who attend the school will be persons of solid character and integrity, with the social and intellectual skills to make a positive and significant impact in the world.
My background and experiences are broadly applicable to most organizations. For the last 17 years I have worked for a ministry that has grown from five to over 600 employees. During this time I have had the opportunity to serve in a variety of positions, including managing our national ministry efforts and overseeing Training and Leadership Development. I am currently the VP of Organizational Development, responsible for strategic planning, organizational culture, and mission alignment. I have academic and practical expertise in character formation and a robust understanding of classical education. I hope to use my skills and experience to help the school thrive and prepare all of our children to be life-long learners and honorable leaders.