Dr. Beth Reaves serves as the second President in Washington School for Girls' history.
Dr. Reaves previously served as the Head of School at Friends School Mullica Hill in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, a Pre-K to 8th grade independent Quaker school that seeks to cultivate the intellectual growth, creativity, scholarship and social conscience of each student. During her tenure, she successfully led the school through the re-accreditation process, expanded philanthropic support of the school, and worked with faculty to thoughtfully implement new programs that met the needs of the student population.
Dr. Reaves’ career began in corporate marketing, where she quickly rose to leadership positions before transitioning to the field of education. Prior to FSMH, Reaves worked at Wilmington Montessori School in Wilmington, Delaware, and held part-time and adjunct professorships at Northcentral University and Rowan University. In addition to holding an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Doctorate of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, Ms. Reaves recently participated in the prestigious Klingenstein Fellowship Program for Heads of Schools offered by Columbia University.