We Exist to Inspire

Providence Day School exists to inspire in its students a passion for learning, a commitment to personal integrity, and a sense of social responsibility.

An independent, college preparatory school, grades Transitional Kindergarten through 12

2017-2018 Board of Trustees

Message from Board Chair

From its beginning, Providence Day has been a place that encourages innovation and celebrates achievement at all levels. We exist to inspire.

It is an honor to serve as the Chair of the Board, and support the strategic vision for the school. With my colleagues, we will build upon and strengthen four pillars that we see as important drivers of the school’s continued success: global education, diversity, social responsibility, and financial sustainability.

Over the next few years, and in partnership with campus leaders, we will work to identify the things we need to do for Providence Day to become a globally-recognized leader in education.  

Our students will be the beneficiaries of this focus, and the communities in which they live will gain empathetic problem solvers eager to contribute their time and talent in ways big and small. It is a responsibility we take on with great pride and determination.

We appreciate your interest in Providence Day School, and invite you to visit campus to see firsthand our inspiring community.

Benjamin Robinson
Chair, Board of Trustees

Meet the Board Chair

Benjamin Robinson, college chair at Johnson & Wales University is responsible for strategically leading and operating the School of Business. Prior to Johnson & Wales, Robinson was senior vice president, Chief Administration Officer at Prudential Annuities. Robinson also held executive positions at Bank of America where he oversaw the strategic direction of several business units. In a previous position as Chief Executive Officer of MasterCard Cardholder Solutions, he was responsible for the MasterCard International subsidiary.

Earlier in his career, Robinson was a Congressional Advisor to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs. He also is a member of the Executive Leadership Council and the Society of International Business Fellows. Robinson was appointed by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan to serve as a member of the Federal Reserve Board, Consumer Advisory Council in 2003. Robinson is internationally recognized in his field. He also served as an officer in the United States Navy Reserve.

As Board Chair, Benjamin stays active in the Providence Day School community. His wife, Ceci, is a founding member of the Multicultural Task Force and a past Annual Fund volunteer.

Robinson earned a BA from Bates College, MA from Trinity College, and a PhD from the Union Graduate School.

Board of Trustees 2017-2018

Dr. Benjamin E. Robinson 
alumni parent ’14

Dr. Christopher Mullis '90
Vice Chair 

Mr. Wyatt Smith
current parent ’19, '20

Mrs. Melanie Winton
alumni parent '16 

Mrs. Monique Allen
current parent ’18

Mr. Timothy Biltz
current parent '23, '25

Mr. William Blank
current parent ’19, ’29
and alumni parent ’16

Mrs. Kelly Brooks
current parent ’21, ’23

Dr. Abigail Caudle ’92 

Mrs. Nancy Downing
current parent ’17, '19
and alumni parent '12, '14

Mr. Mohammad Daher
current parent '27 

Mr. Edward Henegar 
current parent ’18
and alumni parent ’13, '15

Rev. Matthew Heyd '88

Mr. Reginald Love '00

Mrs. Kimberly Paulk
current parent ’21 

Mr. G. Patrick Phillips 
alumni parent ’99
and grandparent ’23, ’26

Mrs. Lynn Nesta Reeves '86

Mr. Thomas Seddon
current parent '17, '20 

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