T. Hudson Jordan, MBA, CCDP, CPSM
Ms. Hudson Jordan currently serves as Managing Director of Financial Services and Market Data for Charles Schwab. She provides business partners across the firm with category management leadership, planning, and expertise. Critical to maintaining day-to-day operations, she leads a team of procurement professionals responsible for end-to-end supplier relationship management focused on maximizing vendor performance and value for operational areas. Ms. Hudson Jordan is also responsible for the development and implementation of diversity and inclusion initiatives aimed at creating opportunities and increased participation of diverse suppliers within Schwab’s supply chain.
Ms. Hudson Jordan has been named by Black Enterprise as a Top Executive in Diversity and received the Champion of Diversity award by DiversityBusiness.com in recognition of her outstanding achievements in various diversity initiatives on a global and national scale. In addition to her professional roles, she currently serves on the boards of organizations committed to community service and advocacy.
Charles Guerrero is the Director of Enrollment Management for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School. He was born and raised in the Bronx, and as an alumnus of Prep for Prep was able to attend ECFS as a member of the class of 1989. He received a BA in English and American literature and language from Harvard University in 1993. Before returning to ECFS, Charles worked at Prep for Prep as Director of College Guidance and later as Director of Leadership Development Opportunities for 19 years. He was the founding board chair of Invictus prep, a stand-alone charter school in Brooklyn, and also served as a Trustee of ECFS.
Winifred M. Mabley is the Director of Admission at the Brearley School where she has worked for 35 years. She spent the beginning of her career in the classroom, teaching first and fourth grades. In 2001, she transitioned to the Office of Admission and became Director in 2004. In addition to her role at Brearley, Winifred has sat on the Board of ISAAGNY and currently sits on an Advisory Council at the Parents’ League. A native Washingtonian, Winifred is an independent school graduate. She believes deeply in the mission of independent schools and is delighted to share her knowledge and guidance with prospective families.
Amanda was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Her educational background includes a Masters of Art from Stony Brook University in Higher Education Administration and a Bachelors of Arts from Hunter College in Political Science. She has over 15 years experience in the field of education that has spanned from colleges/universities to independent schools in New York City. Most recently she has taken on the role as Acting Director of Admissions and Special Projects at Hunter College Campus Schools. In her previous roles as Director of Admissions and Director of Financial Aid, she has implemented various systems, policies, marketing/enrollment plans and procedures to ensure a successful Admissions/Financial Aid Department. Amanda strongly believes that positivity is the key to success and happiness. She loves to cook, travel, shop and most importantly spending time with friends and family, especially her daughter.
Allison joined Saint David’s as Admissions Director in 2010 following her oldest son’s graduation. Originally from Atlanta where she attended public school, Allison moved to NYC in 1987. Intending to stay for three years on a job assignment, the diversity and vibrancy of the city made it impossible for her to leave.
Having previously worked in financial services, Allison’s four children inspired her passion for her work in admissions. The journey of finding the right fit for each of her own children entailed a quest for inclusion in many ways – including LGBTQ+ friendliness as well as receptivity to learning differences and physical disabilities. Allison has a deep appreciation for the wide range of schools in NYC and the unique ways in which they are equipped to unlock the full potential of children who are thoughtfully and carefully placed in alignment with their mission, philosophy, and curriculum.