Founders Circle

Berkeley Alumni Association
Shima and Kevin Carter
Terrell Swann Clark ’69 and Joe Clark
Patricia and Brad Douglas
Celia and Jim Ferman
Yvonne and Rich Ferrelli
Betsy and Drew Graham
Bob Gries
Zoe Gries
Hunt James ’86 and Molly James
Kim and John Kirtley
Anne and John Koch
Susie Leibowitz Kuhn
Blossom Leibowitz
Edward Leibowitz
Sareet Majumdar ’81 and Rajjina Majumdar
Michele Fleeter Miller and Mark Miller
The Morgan and Alexander Families
Sharmila and Vick Seth
Janice Ferman Straske ’87 and Steve Straske
John Touchton ’86 and Susan Touchton
Georgette and Chris Tsavoussis
Debra Williams McDaniel '90
Harris Williams '88
Margaret Williams Zakarian


Courtney Beitler
Berkeley Parents’ Club
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay
Edward E. Ford Foundation
Samantha Kurtz ’11
Publix Supermarkets Charities, Inc.
Tampa Bay Lightning/Lightning Foundation
Mary Frances and Michael Turnbull

The Berkeley Academy was established to help stop summer learning loss for children in the Tampa Bay region. This effort would not be possible without the generosity of those who want to help others.

Helping others speaks to the very core of Berkeley’s mission. The people who will ultimately make it a success will be driven by a genuine desire to help others and see them succeed. Those who support the Berkeley Academy play as critical a role as those who will influence and inspire the children in the program.
For more information on how you can support the Berkeley Academy, please contact:

Laura Rowe Grams
Director of Institutional Advancement
Berkeley Preparatory School
(813) 885-1673, ext. 2275


4811 Kelly Road
Tampa, FL 33615
(813) 885-1673

Berkeley puts people in the world who make a positive difference.

Berkeley Preparatory School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory, Episcopal-affiliated day school for children in grades Pre-K – 12. Dedicated to academic excellence, character development, the arts and athletics, Berkeley’s curriculum is designed to support the talent and ambition of each student. Guided by the vision statement “Berkeley puts people in the world who make a positive difference,” Berkeley strives to instill a strong sense of morality, ethics and social responsibility in its students.