Maryetta M. Anschutz, C'97 - Los Angeles, California

The Rev. Maryetta M. Anschutz is the founder of the Episcopal School of Los Angeles (ESLA). Incorporated in 2009, the school began with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) after-school and summer programs. In August 2011, 28 students matriculated into a middle school (sixth–eighth grade) program in a rented facility in Hollywood. Today, there are more than 250 students (350 by 2020). The school owns a $25 million campus in the heart of Hollywood and manages a $20 million endowment with an annual budget of $7 million.


Cathy Carlisi is president, Americas, in the Atlanta office of BrightHouse. She began as chief creative officer in 2005 and was named president in 2014.

Michael Reeves, C'89

Michael Reeves is managing director at New York City-based emerging markets credit investment firm Greylock Capital Management LLC, where he heads marketing, investor relations, and business development. Reeves has more than two decades experience in the asset management industry and has led or co-led the marketing and investor relations effort at each of the firms for which he has worked. In addition to his current role in emerging markets credit, Reeves’s experience includes structured credit, commodities/macro, volatility strategies, systematic/quantitative trading, deep value investing, and equities activism.

Brian Reynolds, C'90

Brian Reynolds is a video-game designer who now designs online social games (e.g. on Facebook). Reynolds has designed at SecretNewCo, Zynga, Big Huge Games, Firaxis Games, and MicroProse and has been chairman of the International Game Developers Association. He has played a major part in designing a number of multimillion-selling games including Civilization II, Rise of Nations, Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri, and FrontierVille. He has also founded or co-founded three game companies, SecretNewCo, Big Huge Games, and Firaxis Games.


Rondal Richardson is a 27-year veteran of the entertainment industry, having managed projects spanning the world of entertainment from music, film, and television endeavors to magazine placements, New York Times best-selling book launches, and philanthropic strategies for entertainment clients and partners around the country in the past three decades.


One of about 40 attorneys in Georgia who have attained fellowship in the American Academy of Matrimonial Law, Rebecca Crumrine Rieder is recognized by her peers and the legal community as one of the top-rated domestic attorneys in Georgia. As an AV rated attorney, she practices


Johanna Oliver Rousseaux advises clients on the resolution of complex disputes before U.S., foreign, and international tribunals. With almost 30 years of experience working in Latin America and Europe, Rousseaux understands the cultural contexts of disputes and brings a unique perspective to resolving them.


Kathryn I. Thompson is a founding partner and chief executive officer of Thompson Research Group. In addition to managing and setting the direction of the firm, Thompson also serves as director of research. She brings over 15 years’ experience analyzing, modeling, and advising mutual funds, hedge funds, and pension funds on investment and portfolio management. Thompson was recognized by The Financial Times/Starmine as a “Top Stock Picker in Construction Materials” in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2017, and 2018 (an annual ranking of top-performing analysts).


Sandy Guitar Wallis is a co-founder and managing director of Weathergage Capital and has 18 years of venture capital and private equity fund investment experience. Prior to Weathergage, she was a principal of Knightsbridge Advisers responsible for investor relations, business development, and investment support.


Frances Lumpkin Webster is CEO of Walrus, a New York City-based advertising and media agency she co-founded with her husband Deacon Webster in 2005. The independent firm has helped drive business for the likes of Amazon, AMC, Bloomberg, Condé Nast, Emergen-C (Pfizer), General Mills, HBO, PayPal, Rémy Cointreau, and Staples and has been recognized by industry awards such as Ad Age Small Agency of the Year, Cannes Lions, Effies, One Show, D&AD, and Communication Arts. In 2018, Walrus made the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest- growing private companies.