At EHS, Tony was a member of the E Club, the Missionary Society, and Chronicle, the Editor in Chief of Whispers, and was President of both the Blackford Literary Society and the Athletic Advisory Board. He served Episcopal as a Senior Monitor and as the Chairman of the Honor Committee, and he competed on the varsity football, wrestling, and track teams.
After Episcopal, Tony matriculated to Harvard University where he received his bachelor’s degree, law degree, and masters in business. As an entrepreneur, Tony owned and sold Chase Radio Partners, Cricket Wireless, and ChaseCom. Currently, Tony owns his real estate development and construction firm, ChaseSource LP. He is a tenured professor at the University of Houston Law School where he teaches Contracts, Entrepreneurship, Communications Law and Race & American Law.
Tony supported Episcopal’s student service trip to Houston to help with hurricane relief, and as one of the School's earliest African-American alumni, he has been an integral member of the EHS50 Advisory Committee.
At Episcopal, Rasheed was a Varsity Basketball and Track athlete, and served as a member of the activities committee and Spectrum.
Rasheed attended the University of the District of Columbia where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Business administration. Rasheed has established a successful career in IT, having worked for Archstone, Connections Academy, The World Bank, and Bracewell Law. In 2013, Rasheed developed his own IT company, Tech Consi. Currently, Rasheed works as the Manager of IT at RedPeg Marketing in Alexandria, Virginia.
Rasheed served on the Advisory Council for the 2017-18 session. He also volunteered as a panelist at the EHS MLK Jr. Day Symposium.
Craig excelled on the Varsity Football team at EHS and was elected to serve as monitor his senior year. He matriculated to the College of William & Mary, where he received his undergraduate degree in Finance and his law degree. Following his William & Mary career, Craig earned a Master’s degree from Harvard Business School.
Currently, Craig is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of the St. James Group in Springfield, Virginia. Prior to his job with the St. James Group, Craig has worked for Smithfield Foods, a Fortune 250 global food business, and McGuire Woods LLP.
Craig is a member of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation. He was a member of the EHS Advisory Council from 2003 to 2005, and from 2008 to 2014, Craig was a member of the EHS Board of Trustees. In 2017, he volunteered at the EHS CONNECT on Campus event.
Dylan was a three sport varsity athlete at EHS in football, track, and wrestling. He was a member of Episcopal’s Model United Nations. He was chosen to serve as a cheerleader and monitor his senior year.
After graduating from Episcopal in 1987, Dylan attended Davidson College, where he was the Captain of the Men’s Wrestling team. He was Special Assistant to President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2003 and Deputy Chief of Staff for Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue. In 2005, he joined the investment firm, Guggenheim Partners, where he now works as a managing director.
Dylan has volunteered for Episcopal in many ways since his graduation. He was a Roll Call Class Committee Volunteer, Class Chair, and was a Reunion Volunteer for the 2016-2017 cycle. He was a volunteer on the New York Committee of the EHS Promise Campaign and was on the 2017 MLK Jr. Day Alumni Panel. He was a member of the Advisory Council in 2015. From 2001 to 2007, he was a member of the Board of Trustees, and in 2016, he rejoined the board.
As a student, Tevan was a member of the Model UN, the Human Relations Committee, the Youth in Philanthropy Club and the Vestry. Because of his participation in varsity athletics at EHS, he was a member of the E Club. Tevan was chosen to be a monitor his senior year.
Tevan attended the Citadel in Charleston, SC following Episcopal. He is a former Air Force Major and is the Founder, President, and CEO of Citadel Logic. In 2014, he was named one of the Ten Most Outstanding Young Americans, exemplifying the best attributes of the nation's young people. Tevan is currently on the Board of Directors of the Citadel Foundation and the U.S. Representative to Australian Aid International.
Tevan served on the Advisory Council from 2015 to 2017 and was a volunteer at the 2017 EHS CONNECT on Campus event.
Victoria was a member of the Orchestra, Spectrum, and Daemon at EHS. Her senior year, she was elected to serve as a monitor.
Victoria attended the University of Maryland and worked as a bilingual community and parent outreach coordinator for the Office of Early Childhood Education in DC. She was admitted into the school psychology program at Florida International University in Miami to pursue a specialist-level degree in 2014.
Victoria was a member of the Advisory Council from 2016 to 2018 and a volunteer at the EHS CONNECT on Campus event in 2017.
Victoria Hightower '06
As a student at Episcopal, Azizi was an active member of the student body. She was member of the Activities Committee, Community Service, and Spectrum. She was a Tour Guide and a Whispers staff editor. Her senior year, she served Episcopal as a monitor.
Azizi matriculated to Stanford University after attending Episcopal. She worked as a Communications Specialist for the American Red Cross before deciding to earn her law degree at American University. In 2012, she started her own law practice specializing in immigration policy, and in 2015, she joined the Erikson Immigration Group in Arlington, Virginia, where she works as an attorney.
Azizi was a member of the Advisory Committee from 2008 to 2010, and in 2017, she served as a panelist at the EHS MLK Jr. Day Symposium.
At EHS, Lauren was an integral member of the Varsity Track team, serving as captain her senior year. She was a tour guide and a writing center tutor. She was elected as senior monitor by her peers, for her senior year at Episcopal.
After graduating from Episcopal in 2009, Lauren attended the University of Pennsylvania where she studied political science. Lauren worked for a number of political campaigns, including Elizabeth Colbert Busch for Congress and Obama for America. She was the Events Coordinator at Winning Connections before settling into her current position as a Legislative Correspondent for Senator Mark Warner.
Lauren was a member of the 2015-16 Advisory Council at Episcopal. She has been a Class Chair, Admissions Volunteer, CONNECT on Campus Volunteer, and MLK Jr. Day Symposium Alumni Panelist.
Lauren Marshall '09
Randy Metcalfe '72
Randy served as a Senior Monitor and Chairman of the Honor Committee at Episcopal. In addition, he was the Editor in Chief of Whispers, the sports editor of the Chronicle, and a member of the E- Club, Athletic Advisory Board, and Pithonian Society. Randy was a varsity football, soccer, and baseball player, and was appointed captain of the baseball team.
Randy received a Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Previously, Randy founded ABR Information Services, Inc. Currently, he works in Baltimore, Maryland, as the CEO of the non-profit Educational Opportunity Program, Baltimore. He has served on the boards of Ecom PPO Advisors, Inc., Innovative Consolidations LLC, and Lighthouse Hospice LLC.
Randy continues to be involved with Episcopal, having served on the Board of Trustees from 2007 to 2013. For the 2015-2016 school year, he was on the Senior Parent Roll Call Committee, and he is an EHS Parent Connection Volunteer.
At EHS, Carl participated in the E Club, Spectrum, Activities Committee, and Dorm Council. He was a three sport varsity athlete, competing on the football, basketball, and baseball teams. He was chosen to be a Monitor his senior year.
Carl attended Harvard University, where he was a member of the football team. He signed with the Indianapolis Colts in 2003, played in NFL Europe, and began playing in the professional Arena Football League with the Georgia Force in 2006. He was inducted into the EHS Hall of Fame in 2017. Currently, Carl works in sales for Smith & Nephew.
Carl served Episcopal as a member of the Advisory Council from 2015 to 2017 and is a Hall of Fame Committee Member. He volunteered for Revisit Day Panel in 2016.
At Episcopal, Billy was a three sport varsity athlete, excelling in football, basketball, and track. He served as Head Monitor for the 1972-73 school year, and was a member of the Honor Committee. In addition to his leadership responsibilities, Billy participated in the E-Club and was a Chronicle staff member.
Billy attended Princeton University and received a Masters in Business from the University of Virginia. Billy has worked in the independent school realm for a number of years, previously serving as Headmaster of Powhatan School and The Asheville School. He recently retired from his role as Headmaster at the Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia — a position he held for fifteen years. He plans to complete a degree in Theology in the future.
Billy served on the Board of Trustees for Virginia Episcopal School and St. Catherine’s School, and currently he is a member of the Episcopal Board of Trustees. He was a volunteer on the Atlanta Committee of the EHS Promise Campaign and was a committee member of the EHS Connect Atlanta Event in 2015.
Rodney was involved in numerous clubs and activities as a student at EHS, including the Whispers staff, the Chronicle staff, the Missionary Society, Vestry, choir, Admissions Committee, Science Club, and Film Club. Rodney also served EHS as a monitor.
Rodney earned his undergraduate degree at UNC Chapel Hill. He continued to study at Yale Divinity School and received his masters in Education at Harvard University. Rodney has worked at multiple Episcopal parishes and independent schools, including the St. James school, which he founded. He is the founder and Chief Educational Consultant at Arête Educators in Baltimore, Maryland.
Rodney served on the Executive Council of the Old Boys Association from 1988 to 1995, and he was a panelist during the School’s 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Symposium.
At EHS, Rodney was a member of the Vestry, Model Judiciary, Newspaper Staff, and Minority Students Coalition Club. He founded Spectrum, the student diversity club. He was a tour guide and competed on the Varsity Football and Baseball teams. Rodney served as a Monitor his senior year.
Rodney attended Brown University, where he studied American civilization. Previously, Rodney worked in sales for USATODAY.com and Yahoo. He was the Midwest Head of Technology for Google before joining Facebook in 2010, where he works in Marketing solutions.
Rodney’s commitment to Episcopal has continued, as he has volunteered in numerous capacities. From 1996 to 1997, Rodney was a member of the EHS Executive Council. He served as a member of the Board of Trustees from 1998 to 2000 and again from 2016 to the present. In 2017, he volunteered as a panel member at the MLK Jr. Day Symposium.
Juergen worked on the Daemon staff at Episcopal, as well as serving on the school’s Admissions Committee.
After Episcopal, Juergen attended Duke University and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He now works as an independent emergency physician in North Carolina for Carolinas HealthCare System, Davis Regional Medical Center, and Carolinas Medical Center. He is also a Fellow at the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Juergen has served on the Board of Trustees since 2017. He volunteered as a panel member at Episcopal's 2017 MLK Jr. Day Symposium, and was a member of the EHS CONNECT Charlotte Host Committee in 2015.
Juergen Taylor '81
Patrice Scott Williams '95
Patrice played varsity basketball and was a captain of the varsity field hockey team as a student. She served on the Human Relations Committee, the Honor Committee, and was a monitor. She was a member of the first forty-eight girls who attended EHS.
Patrice attended Towson University as an undergraduate and received her masters in Education from the University of Maryland. Currently, she is a consultant for the U.S. Department of Education, specializing in college and career readiness and school improvement.
Williams has designed and produced a series of national webinars on topics pertaining to re-engagement, college readiness, and Postsecondary Attainment. She recently co-authored, Bringing Students Back to the Center: A Resource Guide for Implementing and Enhancing Re-Engagement Centers for Out-of-School Youth, a report for the U.S. Department of Education.
Recently, Patrice served as a panelist on the experiences of the first forty-eight girls at EHS. She was a speaker at the EHS CONNECT on Campus event in 2017 and is member of the Hall of Fame Committee.