Stratford College is governed by a Board of Management.
Mr. Cormac Murphy, Chairperson
Cormac Murphy currently has one child in Stratford College with his three older children past pupils of the school. He was involved in the Parents Association for a number of years. He has been appointed by the Trustees as Chairman of the Board of Management for a third term.
Rabbi Zalman Lent, Trustee Nominee
Rabbi Zalman Lent serves as Rabbi of the Dublin Hebrew Congregation, and teaches Jewish Studies in Stratford NS and Stratford College. He is married to Rifky Lent and together they have six children.
Mr. Harold Eppel, Trustee Nominee
Harold Eppel has two children who are past pupils of both Stratford Schools and is the Trustee Nominee to the BOM.
Ms. Roberta Luntley, Parents Nominee
Roberta Luntley is a parent with a child attending Stratford College. Roberta's professional background is in child and youth services. She has worked variously with the HSE, Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Tusla & Coru.
Dr. Ciarán Priestley, Teacher Nominee
Dr Ciarán Priestley is a teacher nominee on the Board of Management. Ciarán is teacher of French, History and Learning Support in the school and is the current 5th Year Tutor. Ciarán was awarded a PhD in Modern History by Maynooth University.
Mr. Sean Smith, Parents Nominee
Sean Smith is a parent with a child attending Stratford College and has worked on the Parents Association since his child enrolled.
Mr. Edmund O'Neill, Trustee Nominee
Edmund O'Neill and his partner, Alice are parents of two daughters and Ed works in the finance sector. He is nominated as a Trustee representative to the Board of Management.
Ms. Venita Kenny, Teacher Nominee
Venita Kenny is a teacher nominee on the Board of Management. She teaches the subjects History, Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) and Irish and is the liaison teacher for Student Council in the school.
Ms. Patricia Gordon, Secretary to the Board
Patricia Gordon was born in Dublin and attended St. Joseph of Cluny Secondary School, Killiney, and University College Dublin (UCD) where she studied English, History and Philosophy. Following qualification as a teacher, she went on to teach English and History in Colaiste Eanna, Cabra, St. Joseph of Cluny and Stratford College. Her post-graduate studies included Catechetics Education (UCD) and Guidance and Counselling in University College Cork (UCC). She was awarded her Masters in Education from UCD in 2001. She was Transition Year Co-ordinator and Guidance Counsellor before her appointment as Principal in 1999.
Patricia Gordon is a member of the Association of Managers of Catholic Secondary Schools (AMCSS), the Irish School Heads’ Association (ISA); the Institute of Guidance Counsellors (IGC), the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD), Chair of the National Curriculum Advisory Group of the Joint Managerial Board (JMB) and Associate on the Leadership Team of Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT).
Patricia was appointed to the incoming National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) for a three year period from 1st March 2019.