Mr. Hamer earned a bachelor's degree from University of Pittsburgh.
Ms. Havenstein began working at Madeira in 2012. She earned a bachelor's degree in Education from Valparaiso University and a master's degree in Counseling from Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. Heiberger joined Madeira in spring of 2014. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Albany and holds a master’s degree in Health Services Administration from The George Washington University. Prior to Madeira he spent 17 years with Georgetown University where he served most recently as associate dean of administration and finance for the School of Nursing & Health Studies. Mr. Heiberger has leadership experience in higher education, health care management, and medical center operations. In addition, he has more than a decade of service on the board of directors of Hoya Federal Credit Union.
Ms. Heinan began working at Madeira in 1999. She earned a bachelor's degree St. Norbert College and master's degrees from University of Wisconsin and George Mason University.
Mr. Hernandez began teaching at Madeira in 2009. He earned a bachelor's degree in Economics from Fordham University and a master's degree in Education from The George Washington University.
Ms. Huber began working at Madeira in 2012. Prior to Madeira she worked at Georgetown University, the American Heart Association, and the Salvation Army. She earned a bachelor's degree from Fairfield University majoring in Politics and Communication.
Ms. Hutchens began working at Madeira in 2011. She earned a bachelor's degree from Hollins College. Before coming to Madeira, she served for six years as director of annual giving at Sidwell Friends School. Ms. Hutchens has also been the director of annual giving at the University of Richmond and The Haverford School. She started her career in alumnae relations at her alma mater Hollins College. She is an active member of CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education), often speaking at conferences and is CFRE certified. She also published a chapter on Annual Giving in Philanthropy in Independent Schools (NAIS, 2009).