SAVE THE DATE: September 27, 2017 for the 13th Annual Nativity Prep Academy Golf Classic presented by Sudberry Properties


Nativity Prep is fortunate to have been guided since its founding by dedicated Trustees who serve as the guardians of our mission and our fiscal health. There are 21 independent-voting trustees who currently serve on our Board. They have ultimate accountability for the school’s Jesuit/Catholic character and its academic standards, fundraising activities, and financial operations. In addition to their expertise and generous financial support, a number of Board members serve as mentors and tutors as well.

We are also fortunate to have a number of individual advisors who serve our school community with their professional expertise and advice.

STT Toohill PhotoMr. Steve Toohill, Chair
Partner, Dentons
B.S., Bradley University
J.D., University of Notre Dame


2016-2017 Board of Trustees


Alchera Ayyad Del Corazon Foundation
Bill Bacon CBRE
Paul Bishop Paul L. Bishop, Architect
Jeff Bradley Sudberry Properties
Jamie Carr Civic Leader
Sue Carter Civic Leader
Denise Caster Civic Leader
Deacon Mike Daniels Saint Brigid Parish
Derek Hanson Coast Income Properties
JoHannah Hoehn Hoehn Motors
Meghan Hoagland Civic Leader
Dr. Lis Johnson Santee Schools, Superintendent (retired)
Kenny Jones Kendal & Associates
Joe Jordan Motivational Systems
Dr. Richard Kelly USD High School, President (emeritus)
Mary Meigs Civic Leader
Rod Powers Cubic Corporation
Dr. Joi Spencer University of San Diego
Ham Southworth CBRE
Brendan Sullivan President (ex officio)
Stephen Toohill, J.D. Dentons 
Ben Wood B. Wood Insurance Agency



  • Our school’s trustees are passionate about our mission and deeply committed to our students and families.
  • Our Board participates in all fundraising activities and is active in community outreach.
  • Student from the Class of 2012 with Nativity benefactor Bob Hoehn and USD President Dr. Mary Lyons.
  • Founder David Rivera with Board member Jamie Carr and students from the Class of 2011.