Kyle Widmer Cash

Kyle Widmer Cash is an infectious diseases physician at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System in New Orleans, where she is Section Chief.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Latin from Louisiana State University, her Medical Doctorate from Tulane University School of Medicine, and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Tulane.  She completed fellowship training in Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN, before returning home to New Orleans to practice at the VA.  She has been involved in the activation of the new VA hospital and the implementation of numerous initiatives to deliver high quality care to the Veterans of the region.  She feels passionate about the success of Cathedral Montessori School because her daughters have been CMS students for the last 7 years (and counting!).

Marques J. Celestine, II

Marques J Celestine, II’s career includes management, analysis, business development and consulting roles across the globe with companies including Merck, Wells Fargo and Cargill. Through the Japanese Cabinet Office, he served as a delegate for cultural and economic exchange. He currently leads Jackson Noble, an Executive Search and Professional Consulting organization. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in Finance and Japanese and spent a year of immersive study at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan. He has been a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters for over 15 years, was elected as the youngest member on the Cargill Cares Volunteer Council, served as a mentor to college students through the Alan Page Education Foundation and sent numerous inner-city youth on educational trips across the world through the Why Can’t I Go Foundation. He also served on the Board of Directors for San Miguel Middle School in Minneapolis, MN.

Petros Christakis

Petros Christakis is the Assistant Executive Director for Auxiliary Enterpirses at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. In this role, Petros works to provide a diversity of services directly or by managing vendor contracts to enhance the University experience for students, staff, faculty and campus visitors.

Christina Kogos

Christina Kogos is the Director of Marketing for Audiosocket, a music licensing company in New Orleans and Seattle, WA. She has over twenty years of marketing experience, primarily focused in the music industry. She began in radio promotions and grew into event production, PR, tour marketing, and artist management with companies such as Clear Channel Radio, Clear Channel Entertainment/Live Nation, and House of Blues. She has a B.A. in Communications from Loyola University, has taught Sunday School at Holy Trinity Cathedral over the last twelve years, and has always been an active member of the community.

Gail Psilos

Gail Psilos directs and generates grassroots economic intelligence from businesses and corporations in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama to support the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s formulation and implementation of monetary policy.  She oversees the Bank’s Energy Advisory Council, Board of Directors, and economic and financial education.

Kyle S. Sclafani

Kyle Sclafani is an attorney and advisor to businesses and individuals in the New Orleans area.  Kyle is also a business owner of a neighborhood convenience store/gas station (Lake Terrace Crossing).  Kyle graduated from the University of the South (Sewanee) with a degree in Political Science and pursued a musical career (bass) prior to obtaining his law degree from Tulane University in 2002.  He is the father of three children who have attended CMS, the youngest of which is currently in her first year.

Barbara Stavis Wolf

Barbara Stavis Wolf is a Louisiana insurance defense litigation attorney and a member of the American, Federal, Louisiana and 22nd Judicial District Bar Associations, Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel and has served on the Louisiana Bar Association House of Delegates.  Barbara is a life-long member of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in New Orleans, having served as President of the Community in 2016 and 2017 and served on the Board of Trustees in 2006-07, 2015-2018 and has been re-elected to serve on the Board in 2020, having previously also served as Secretary and Treasurer on the Board.  She served as Co-Chairman of the historic 150th Anniversary Celebration of Holy Trinity in 2014.  She has been the International President in 2009 of the Daughters of Penelope, affiliate of the Order of AHEPA, served on the Daughters of Penelope National Board 2003-2008, served as Daughters of Penelope District Governor for two terms and local Chapter President 6 different times.  She is a current member of the Board of the Philoptochos Elpis Chapter, and has previously served in the Church Choir and as a Youth Advisor.  Barbara is a graduate of Newcomb College of Tulane University and Loyola Law School in New Orleans.