ERFC Board of Trustees - FY 2016

The ERFC is administered by a Board of Trustees, which holds all of the contributions in trust, and supervises the investment of the trust's assets by registered investment advisors. The Board is composed of seven members: three are appointed by the School Board, and three are elected by active ERFC members. The six combined Board members recommend someone who is not affiliated with FCPS for the seventh position, which is subsequently approved by the School Board.

Michael Hairston

Michael Hairston Chairperson and Trustee

Michael Hairston was re-elected to serve as Chairperson for the ERFC Board for FY 2016. Mr. Hairston has served on the ERFC Board of Trustees since July 2004, and was re-elected to a fourth three-year term by the membership in spring 2013.

Mr. Hairston is currently Band Director at Luther Jackson Middle School. He served as Band Director for Mark Twain Middle School, where he chaired the Music Department for 17 years. In 2002, he was honored with a nomination as Fairfax County Public Schools’ (FCPS) Teacher of the Year. Mr. Hairston is also a past President of the Fairfax Education Association.

Prior to teaching with FCPS, Michael Hairston was Director of Bands at Shaw Junior High School in Washington D.C., and at Martinsville Junior High School in Martinsville, Virginia.

Mr. Hairston earned his undergraduate degree in Music Education from North Carolina A&T State University, and his Masters degree from the Ohio State University.

Nancy Hammerer

Nancy Hammerer Vice Chairperson and Trustee

Nancy Hammerer was re-elected to serve as Vice Chairperson for the ERFC Board for FY 2016. Ms. Hammerer is serving her second 3-year term as an ERFC Trustee since being re-elected by the membership in spring 2014. Ms. Hammerer has been a member of the Fairfax Education Association (FEA) since 2002, and currently serves as a member of the Communications Cadre within the FEA.

Ms. Hammerer has taught Health and Physical Education in Fairfax County Public Schools since 1997, including Washington Irving Middle School, Poe Middle School, and her current position at Mark Twain Middle School, where she has been teaching since 2002.   Prior to joining FCPS, Ms. Hammerer taught at schools in five different states, including South Carolina, Florida, and Colorado, as well as substitute teaching in Rhode Island and Hawaii.

Ms. Hammerer earned her under graduate and Master’s degrees in Health and Physical Education from the University of South Carolina.

Kristen Michael Trustee

Kristen Michael Treasurer and Trustee

Kristen Michael was elected to serve as Treasurer for FY 2016. Ms. Michael assumed the position of assistant superintendent, Department of Financial Services for FCPS August 1, 2014 and began her appointment to the ERFC Board on September 18, 2014.

Ms. Michael joined the school district as a budget analyst in 2005 and was promoted to coordinator in 2006. She served as assistant budget director for a year before being promoted to budget director. Prior to joining FCPS, Ms. Michael worked as administrative manager in the mental health and substance abuse services section of Loudoun County Government where she was responsible for expense forecasting and budget planning and management of administrative staff members. She also worked for Family Resource Center, a non-profit child welfare agency in Chicago, as its coordinator of administrative services and associate director.

Ms. Michael was named FCPS budget director in 2008, where she was responsible for the development and oversight of the FCPS operating budget of $2.5 billion, strategic budget planning, budget development, and fiduciary reporting of results. Her responsibilities included balancing the annual budget, leading the development of a multiyear fiscal forecast, evaluating historical budget trends, and overcoming projected budget shortfalls

Ms. Michael earned a master’s degree in public administration from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Loyola University Chicago.

Michael Burke

Susan Quinn Trustee

Susan Quinn, Chief Operating Officer, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), has served on the ERFC Board of Trustees since November 2008. She has more than 20 years' experience in budgeting, accounting, and financial management, including over 17 years with FCPS. Ms. Quinn is also an elected trustee of VACo/VML Pooled OPEB Trust, and a member of the FCPS 457(b) Plan Investment Committee.

Prior to her appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Quinn served as the Chief Financial Officer and the Comptroller for FCPS. She began her FCPS career as an accountant in the Office of Finance, and was later assigned as a Budget Coordinator, responsible for managing approximately $1 billion in the salary budget for over 20,000 FCPS employees.Before she joined the school system, Ms. Quinn spent five years with the Fairfax County Government.As the financial reporting chief, she provided management oversight of the countywide mandated financial reporting requirements.She also served as audit coordinator, providing leadership and guidance related to financial matters throughout the county agencies.

Ms. Quinn is a Certified Public Accountant. She graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. She is currently affiliated with the Association of School Business Officials, the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), and has also served as a member of the Standard-Setting Oversight Subcommittee with the Virginia GFOA.

Leonard Bumbaca

Michael BurkeTrustee

Michael Burke began as the appointed individual Trustee to the ERFC Board in FY 2014.

Mr. Burke is Managing Director and Head of the East Region for the Wealth and Investment Management division of Barclays in the Americas. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Barclays’ offices in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami and Palm Beach. He is also responsible for continuing to grow the Wealth and Investment Management business in the Eastern United States.

Mr. Burke joined Barclays in 2010 with more than 25 years of experience in wealth management. Previously, he served as Head of Deutsche Bank Alex Brown, the U.S. Private Client division of Deutsche Bank, overseeing client assets of $50 billion managed by 300 advisors in 16 offices. Prior to Deutsche, Mr. Burke spent 17 years at Morgan Stanley, serving in several senior roles. He began his career in wealth management at Smith Barney, Harris Upham Co. in Washington DC.

Mr. Burke holds a BS in Business Management from Radford University in Virginia. Formerly, Mr. Burke served on the United Cerebral Palsy's National Board of Trustees (2006-2012) and as its Vice Treasurer and Chair of its Investment Committee.

Steven Lockard

Kimberly Adams Trustee

Kimberly Adams was elected as a Trustee to the ERFC Board in spring 2015

Ms. Adams is the current President of the Fairfax Education Association (FEA). FEA is a local affiliate of the Virginia Education Association and the National Education Association and serves as spokesperson for the Fairfax teachers with state and county legislators, county officials, members of the school board, the superintendent and her staff.Prior to her election as FEA President, Ms. Adams was a Media Specialist/Librarian with Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) for 13 years. Ms. Adams earned a bachelor of science degree in Education with a minor in English from Central Connecticut State University which is located in New Britain, Connecticut.

Steven Lockard

Marty K. Smith Trustee

Marty K. Smith was appointed as a Trustee to the ERFC Board in July 2015.

Mr. Smith currently serves as the Chief of Staff for FCPS. Previously, Mr. Smith served as an assistant superintendent, where he provided instructional leadership for 22 schools and leadership development for 70 school-based administrators. Prior to becoming assistant superintendent, Mr. Smith had the responsibility for developing and implementing service learning programs for the school district. Mr. Smith has served as principal and a classroom teacher. He earned his master of arts degree in education leadership from George Mason University, and a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education from the University of Iowa.

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