Dorothea Schlosser graduated in 1993 from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. After several years working in the field of technology, she joined PeopleSoft in 1997 implementing large enterprise information systems in organizations including Aetna and Cushman and Wakefield. She became a Consulting Manager and managed a team of 35 consultants.
Elected trustee of the Oliver Scholars Program in 2010, she easily earned the respect and confidence of the board by virtue of her strong, heartfelt commitment to the Oliver Scholars mission. Given her natural ability to think strategically, she led her fellow trustees through a revitalizing five-year plan. Elected to Board Chair in 2013, her thorough understanding of the financial implications and requirements of this plan will steadily guide an ever strengthening Oliver Scholars Program into the future.
Louisa S. Troubh, Vice Chair
Upon graduating from Hamilton College, Louisa worked in human resources in a large teaching hospital in Boston. In New York, Louisa worked for a management consulting firm specializing in compensation and salary management. After leaving the job market to raise her family, Louisa became very involved with her children’s schools, ultimately serving on the board of Allen-Stevenson as President of the Parents Association. She was a member of the Parent’s Advisory Council at Bowdoin College and served on the board of her co-op. Louisa joined the Oliver Scholar’s Board of Trustees in 1996 and is currently Vice-Chair of the Board and Chair of the Development Committee.
Keith is a Managing Director and Head of Private Capital Markets J.P. Morgan. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Keith joined Barclays in 2008 from Lehman Brothers, where he had previously been a member of the Private Capital Markets Group. Keith focuses on structuring and raising capital for corporations for a variety of purposes across multiple industries. Keith is a proud alum of The Oliver Scholars Program (Class of 1993) as well as a member of the Oliver Board of Trustees. Keith has experienced firsthand the significant benefits and profound life changes that Oliver provides its students and credits Oliver for playing a large role in his personal and professional development. As a result, Keith has been driven to give back and support Oliver in the mission to provide outstanding educational opportunities to African-American and Latino students in the NYC area. After Oliver, Keith received a B.S. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
John C. Allman, Head of School at Trinity School in New York, a K-12 coeducational day school serving almost 1000 students on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, began his career teaching English at his alma mater, the Lovett School, in Atlanta, Georgia. Following graduate school, he taught at St. Mark’s School of Texas in Dallas, becoming chair of its English Department in 1990. In 1994 he returned to the Lovett School as principal of the Upper School. He was appointed headmaster at St. John’s School in Houston in 1998, where he served for eleven years, prior to his appointment as Trinity’s Head of School in 2009. He is married to Michele, also an independent school product (Hockaday), and enjoys three sons; John (25), Brooks (22), and Henry (19).
Michael is a Counsel in the Capital Markets group of Clifford Chance's New York office. He regularly advises pri vate equity firms, hedge fund managers, clean energy companies and real estate businesses i n domestic and international capital markets offerings. Michael's experience includes a secondment to the Singapore office of Clifford Chance where he worked on a number of sign ificant matters for the firm's India practice. He has served on a committee of the board of Keigwin + Company, a modern dance company. Michael received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Florida and a Juris Doctorate from the Georgetown University Law Center.
Michael has a passion for publ ic service and he has made considerable pro bono service contributions throu ghout his legal career. Over the last few years, he and his firm have worked extensively with the Children's Arts Gui ld, a nonprofit dedicated to offering art and creativ ity educational opport1mities to underservcd children. His team prepares CAG's fundraisi ng related state filings, and advises CAG on its growth strategy, includ ing their acquisition and integration of Creative Classrooms, another nonprofit with similar core values. His work alongside CAO earned him a 2016 Cornerstone Award from the Lawyers Alliance for New York honoring outstanding pro bono legal services to nonprofits. Michael a lso represents the Oliver Scholars Program, Inc. in connection 'vvith the establishment of an endowment fund to support its ongoing operations.
Michael lives in the West Village neighborhood of New York City wi th his wife, Katherine, and their two young sons, Daniel and James. His favorite things include time with his family, good food and wine, and travel.
Judith is the Managing Member of Despina Arts LLC, which focuses on fine arts investments. She is also President of the Monteforte Foundation, a funder of educational, cultural and civic projects.