Meet the 23-24 Executive Board
President: Jessica Warren
The President shall be the Executive Officer of GAP. The President shall appoint chairs of special committees; coordinate the work of the officers and committees of GAP so that the objectives may be promoted; serve as an ex-officio member on all committees; and perform such other duties as may be prescribed in the Bylaws or assigned by GAP.
Jessica, her husband David, and their two daughters joined the Grandview family in 2017. Mackenzie Warren is in 10th grade and Madison graduated in 2023 and is attending the University of Florida. She is a Boca Raton native and works alongside her husband at their Chiropractic Wellness Center. Jessica loves spending time with her family and her dog Pancake. She also loves to garden, travel, watch movies and go shopping with her daughters. Jessica has always been involved in the Grandview community and is looking forward to leading the Executive Board this year.
Vice President: Tatiana Santana
The Vice President shall assist the President and perform the duties of the President in case of absence or disability.
Tatiana, her husband Rafael and kids Gabriel (2nd Grade) and Isabel Aragao (Kindergarten), have been a part of the Grandview community since 2020. Tatiana, who earned her masters at UCL in London, is a non-practicing dentist with experience not only in the private sector as a medical professional with her own practice, but also as a public health professional.
Since 2016, Tatiana has dedicated her time and expertise to her family with a significant focus on her children's education. Her passions are many, but most relevant to her day-to-day and in this role, relate to dental promotion and emotional health, environmental awareness, and global health education. Last but definitely not least, Tatiana is an avid soccer fan, or as she lovingly calls it, “football.”
Immediate Past President: Janet Le Grand Rice
The Immediate Past President may remain on the Executive Board until the end of the term of the new President if the past president still has a child enrolled at GPS. If the Past President does not have a child enrolled, they can support as needed but do not have voting powers.
Janet and her son Colin (2023 graduate) have been a part of the Grandview for over 5 years. They relocated from Illinois and the school immediately became their family community. Janet served as Treasurer-Elect (1), Treasurer (1), Vice-President (1), President (3) on the GAP Executive Board.
Secretary: Tania LaManna
The Secretary shall record the minutes of all Executive Board meetings and general meetings of GAP. The Secretary shall act as liaison between the Executive Board and the GPS communications representative. The Secretary shall also perform such other duties as may be delegated.
Tania, originally from Canada, resides in Boca Raton with her husband Alex, daughter Liv (currently in the 4th grade for the 2023-2024 school year), and their kitten, Stormy. Tania is deeply passionate about yoga, tennis, meditation/breathwork, and all things that promote a vibrant and fulfilling life. As a dedicated mother and supporter of the Grandview community, Tania strives to create a positive and uplifting environment in which her daughter and other students can thrive.
Always eager to volunteer, Tania has taken charge of the school's uniform resale and is grateful to be part of the Grandview family. Tania is excited to continue supporting this flourishing community and looks forward to contributing her energy and enthusiasm for years to come.
Treasurer: AJ DiLeo
The Treasurer shall maintain records of all funds of GAP; keep a full and accurate account of receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year, June 1 through May 31; make disbursements in accordance with the approved budget, or as authorized; present a financial statement at every full meeting, or by special request of the Executive Board, and present a full report at the Annual Meeting. The Treasurer shall provide training for the Treasurer-Elect. The Treasurer shall present all financial records for the annual audit on May 31 to the business office of the school. All funds are kept in accordance with the school accounts.
Albert DiLeo, or as his friends call him AJ, is married to the GAP events coordinator Nikki Stamm-DiLeo. Together, they are raising two girls - Charlotte, who will be entering 4th grade at Grandview in the 2023-2024 school year, and little Tabitha, who is two years old. AJ and his family joined Grandview in 2019 when Charlotte first started attending the Early Childhood program. They plan to enroll Tabitha in the same program when she's old enough.
Originally from New York, AJ spent most of his formative years in sunny South Florida. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice/Business from Nova Southeastern University, as well as an MBA from FAU. Professionally, AJ is a claims adjuster in the insurance industry, working from home to support his family. He and Nikki also own a number of successful online businesses. He's an avid reader and self-described golf enthusiast who's been playing the sport for the last 15 years.
Treasurer-Elect: Open Position
The Treasurer-Elect shall assist the Treasurer and perform the duties of the Treasurer in case of absence or disability.
Board Standing Committee Chairs
Grandview Ambassadors assist with onboarding new families in four different categories:
- Early Childhood
- Lower School
- Middle School
- Upper School
Through consistent email communication and an annual Zoom over the summer prior to orientation, the committee's goal is to ensure that new families feel like they are an immediate part of the Grandview community.
This Committee’s purpose is to identify areas of growth and constructively propose solutions to challenges. This Committee shall work directly with the Head of School and, as appropriate, serve as an advisory board to the Board of Trustees.
This Committee organizes logistics to involve parents in the life of the school. Efforts include coordinating class parents, support for field trips, athletic boosters, support for the arts and school events such as Halloween and Celebration of Life.
This Committee organizes and promotes the annual school book fair in cooperation with school staff.
This Committee hosts a spring teacher appreciation activity and helps support teacher needs throughout the year.
This committee plans one of Boca's most popular holiday markets, including a variety of vendors and local food specialties. This is GAP’s biggest fundraising event of the year.