Trinity Valley School is delighted to announce the hiring of Adam Wojtelwicz as our Chief Financial Officer. Adam will join TVS in August, and we are excited to have a new colleague on our School's leadership team, thoughtfully continuing the tradition of financial security and growth of TVS.
With nearly 30 years of finance experience in roles of increasing responsibility within the education and non-profit world, Adam brings a wealth of knowledge to our School. For the past 14 years, Adam served as Chief Financial Officer at the Shipley School, a PK-12 school in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. In addition to his financial skills, Adam also brings significant experience in independent school management, strategic planning, human resources, and technology.
Adam holds a Master of Business Administration from Eastern University and a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Kentucky Wesleyan College where he also played baseball for the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers.
After 29 years, Margaret "Bunny" Riemitis '80 will be moving to the new role of Senior Business Office Consultant. Her institutional knowledge and care for Trinity Valley will be invaluable, and we thank Bunny for her dedication to TVS.
Partnering with our Head of School, Blair Lowry, Adam will help lead the financial decisions of our School. He will have the opportunity to optimize current business office procedures and will be a key partner in future capital campaigns and strategic planning. As CFO, Adam will partner with our admissions team on enrollment management and financial aid; support development efforts and fundraising goals in our development office; and work with our leadership in facilities, security, and human resources to ensure compliance to policies and practices. In addition, he will work closely with the Endowment and Finance committees of the Board of Trustees on reporting, strategic planning, and stewarding the financial future of Trinity Valley.
Adam shares, "We are thrilled to be joining the TVS community and look forward to continuing the tradition of excellence and forging new pathways to allow students to chase their true passions in life." After spending much of his career in the Northeast, Adam is excited to move to Fort Worth with his wife Gina and their dog Freddy. They also look forward to many visits from their two adult children: Nick, a University of South Carolina graduate who works as a consultant for Ernst & Young, and Lexi, a junior at Penn State pursuing a Master's in Accounting.
Please join Trinity Valley School in welcoming Adam and his family to Fort Worth and the TVS community!