The following individuals listed below comprise the Board. Each member will chair or co-chair one of eight committees of the Board, namely Academics, Catholic Identity, Development, Facilities, Finance, Marketing/Enrollment, Student Activities and Governance. These committees will actively recruit members from the Notre Dame College Prep family to participate in the school’s advancement.
Peter J. Newell ’67, Chair
Retired, Director, Institutional Equity Sales, Citigroup Global Markets
William S. Harrington ‘68, Vice Chair
President, Great Flooring Inc.
Michael D. Brennan ’65, Secretary
Retired, Vice President of Equity Sales, Morgan Stanley
Patrick T. Burke ’79, Treasurer
CPA/Partner, Friedman & Huey Associates LLP
Principal, Regina Dominican High School
Partner, Burke Wise Morrissey Kaveny
Senior Manager, US Special Accounts Management Unit, BMO Harris Bank
Brother Chester Freel, C.S.C.
Provincial Superior for the Brothers of Holy Cross Midwest Province
Reverend Christopher Gustafson
Pastor, Our Lady of Ransom
Dan Locallo ‘70
Arbitrator/Mediator, ADR and engaged in private practice of law
Retired, Circuit Court Judge, Cook County
Patrick McCaskey ‘67
Board Member and Vice President, Chicago Bears
Joseph A. Petricca ‘68
Retired, Teacher/Coach, Palatine High School
National Account Director at Nuance Communications
Todd Steffen ‘89
In transition and exploring opportunities in Private Equity
Accounting Manager at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School (Milwaukee, WI)
Paul W. Tokarz '00
Partner, Hoopis Financial Group
Rev. Nate Wills, PhD, C.S.C.
Faculty, Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program, Alliance for Catholic Education, University of Notre Dame
Located on 28-acres, Notre Dame College Prep is affiliated with the Brothers of Holy Cross, Midwest Province. The school provides young men with educations in faith, scholarship and service. It offers a challenging curriculum that meets the individual needs of a diverse student body. With 16 interscholastic sports and more than 30 clubs, activities and intramurals, the 800+ students, achieve well-balanced educations and nearly 100 percent of its graduates go on to college. Students come from the United States, Asia and Europe.