Mr. Gonzalez attended Phillips Academy Andover, Harvard College (BA in Visual Studies), and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He started working at TASIS in 1972 as Chairman of the Art Department. Before becoming Administrative Director of the TASIS organization in 1997, Mr. Gonzalez was TASIS Director of Institutional Development for 20 years during a period of significant expansion for the TASIS organization. He served on the TASIS Executive Board for eight years and as Interim Headmaster of TASIS England from 2004-2005. In 2001, he co-founded TASIS Dorado, which is now a premier independent school in Puerto Rico. From September 2005 to 2008, Mr. Gonzalez served as Chairman of the newly formed Board of Directors of TASIS England. His love for creative design and restoring historic buildings has led him to architectural projects in France, England, Switzerland and Puerto Rico, as well as co-directing the Les Tapies Art & Architecture summer program in southern France. Mr. Gonzalez serves on the TASIS Foundation Board and has two sons and a stepdaughter who attended TASIS England. He now lives in Puerto Rico with his wife.
Mr. Dorman is a corporate lawyer with an extensive career of international legal services and related engineering and construction management, sales and marketing activities throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He currently practices commercial law locally. Mr. Dorman earned a BA in Political Science from Stanford University, a JD degree from the UCLA School of Law, and was admitted to both the Bar of the State of California and the Supreme Court of England and Wales. He is an active member of The Law Society, the California Bar, and related professional institutions. Mr. Dorman lives locally with his wife, and his son and daughter are both TASIS England alumni.
Mrs. Loveridge studied PPE at Oxford University and then worked in management consultancy and public relations. She is the founding principal of an independent pre-prep school for boys in London, and serves as a governor of an independent coed preparatory school in the country. Mrs. Loveridge has four now-grown-up children.
Mr. McKell is an educator with over 20 years of headship and senior management experience in the independent sector, in coeducational, day, and boarding schools (HMC, BSA, ISA, and CISC). His consultancy specializes in all aspects of school improvement, leadership support, and change management.
Mrs. McLaughlin has twin daughters currently attending their sixth year at TASIS. An active member of the TASIS community, she served on the TASIS Parent Association for four years, including two years as president, and also served as a member of the board of the AWBS International Women's club. Mrs. McLaughlin earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Brown University and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law, and practiced commercial litigation in New York City and Philadelphia for several years. She lives locally with her husband Dennis and two children.
Mr. Wyper holds undergraduate and MBA degrees from the University of Virginia. He is Senior Vice President of Hines, a global real estate practice and is responsible for development management, master planning/land use and new technology initiatives. Mr. Wyper and his wife lived in Europe from 1996 - 2012 (in England from 2001) and are now based in Houston, Texas. Their daughter and son are both TASIS England alumni.
Mr. King graduated from the University of Southampton with a degree in Economics and Accountancy and then qualified as a chartered accountant. His career has included extensive experience in the accounting profession, specializing in audit and advisory work, and also in banking in a number of finance, compliance and audit roles. He has experience in the education sector, gained initially from twenty-five years' voluntary service as a Governor of a local primary school, twenty years as Chairman. He subsequently served as Bursar/CFO of TASIS England for eight and a half years, retiring at the end of September 2017 when he was appointed to the Board.