Reid Hankins is the pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Petaluma, and additionally manages his web development consulting company, Hankins Consulting, Inc. He has served on the Board since July of 2014. Reid brings to the Board a combination of Christ-centered ministry experience and zeal, along with entrepreneurial vision and small business startup experience. Having been blessed with Christian schooling himself growing up, he is eager to see Harvest continue to grow and thrive as the north bay’s only classical and Christian school. Reid has been married to his wife Kim since January 2001, and they have two children, Will and Zoe.
Dennis Davis has been in education for 16 years. Most of his educational career has been at the high school level, with 4 years as a full time Athletic Director and as a teacher since 2009. Currently, Dennis is teaching College and Career Readiness to 9th grades in Marin County. Dennis is also a small business owner, with him and his wife Sara owning an Escape Room in downtown Petaluma. Dennis and Sara were married in 2006 and have 2 children, Parker and Ellie. They moved from Santa Rosa to Petaluma in 2014. Dennis desires to see Harvest continue to offer a quality education rooted in the truth of Jesus Christ.
Lesha Harding has a background in auditing and accounting, after working for Ernst & Young for 14 years she now consults for several local companies. Lesha has served on the Harvest Christian School Board since it’s inception in the fall of 2005. Lesha has a heart to serve and a great desire to see Classical Christian Education in our community be fully realized with a thriving K-12 program here at Harvest. Lesha and her husband Jim have been married and living in Petaluma since 1998. Their children Gavin, Cameron, and Leila graduated from Harvest. Watching their children flourish and grow in a Christ-centered Classical education environment has continued to fuel their passion for Harvest!
Carol Castillo, M.D. is a board certified Family Physician. As a Family Physician, Carol has worked in primary care, public health and hospital administration. Carol and her husband Joe moved to Petaluma in 1995 after Carol completed her Family Practice residency. Their daughter, Joy, attended Harvest from K through 8th grade. Seeing the benefits of a classical Christian education first hand, caused Carol to desire to serve Harvest Christian School in whatever capacity was needed. Carol's prayer is that HCS will thrive and grow and continue to provide a Christ-centered Classical education for decades to come.
Mark Baldes has been a contractor and business owner for over 20 years in Sonoma County. Mark has a heart to serve and to see Harvest Christian School serve TK-12 grades in the North Bay. Having grown up with a Christian education, Mark sees the tremendous value Harvest brings to the community. Mark and his wife, Diana, are passionate about seeing the Classical Christian Trivium completed with the high school levels. Mark's business and construction experience is an asset to the School Board. Both of Mark's children are currently enrolled at Harvest.
Kathi Dolcini is a tax accountant at Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. As a Board member with no children at the school, Kathi brings an independent, objective presence to the Board. Kathi has years of Board experience including but not limited to positions with Lincoln School Board (one room school in West Marin), Petaluma High Athletic Boosters, PGSA, and Sonoma County Alliance. She has assisted Harvest since its inception with bookkeeping and accounting services. Her love for the school inspired her to apply to become a Board member in 2012. She was raised in Petaluma since the age of 3 and has been married to her husband, Eric, since October 1987. They have three adult daughters, Erica, Andrea, and Dayna, all of whom attended public school in Petaluma. Having her children attend public school has only enhanced her passion for Harvest’s success as she believes wholeheartedly in the importance of Christ-centered education.
Board meetings are typically held monthly at the school. The current meeting schedule is sent via the school newsletter and is also posted onsite in the school office.
The school is organized and operated in accordance with its corporate bylaws.