Meet Our Board

Marilyn Noguera

Development Chair, Campaign Managing Chair

1990 Hope College, BA, Business Administration and French, Cum Laude.  1998 American University, MA, International Education and Training.  International development professional specialized in performance improvement for public health commodity supply chains serving reproductive health, malaria and HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs.  Worked and lived extensively in Africa and Latin America.  Former Peace Corps Volunteer, Comoros Islands, 1990-1993.  Employed with John Snow, Inc. since 1998 and enjoying a leave of absence since July 2013.  Joined PCWS Board in November 2012.  Currently PCWS A HOME OF OUR OWN capital campaign managing chair.  Parent of Ayan Alwahti, former PCWS student.

Barbara Schroeder

Education: BA in history, Wellesley College; MA in education, Stanford University; MA and PhD in English, University of Pittsburgh. Employment: Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC, July 2005 – August 2012; Development Officer, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, August 1996 – June 2005; Teaching positions at the University of Pittsburgh, 1988 – 2006 and at Community College of Beaver County, Monaca, PA, 1985 – 1987. Civic and Community Board Memberships: Potomac Crescent Waldorf School, joined January 2013; Chevy Chase United Methodist Church, Trustee, 2011 – 2013; Homeless Children’s Education Fund, Pittsburgh, PA, 2003 – 2004; The Presbyterian Church, Sewickley, PA, Session, 1983-1986; Pittsburgh Wellesley College Club, 1982 – 1989; Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, 1980 – 1984; Junior League of Pittsburgh, 1978 – 1981. Grandparent of Claire McMillan, student at PCWS.

Victoria Mansuri

Faculty Chair & Board Member

Graduate pioneer class, Washington Waldorf High School, 1988. Certificate, Waldorf Elementary Education, Rudolf Steiner College, CA, 1993.  B.A. in English, with High Honors, University of California at Davis, 1997; recipient of Certificate of Outstanding Performance.  Class teacher and Handwork teacher, grades 1-3, Corvallis Waldorf School, 1997-2000; Faculty Chair 1998-99, Assistant Faculty Chair 1999-2000, served on Board 1998-2000.  Class teacher, grades 1-6, Waldorf School of Baltimore, 2000-06; Festivals Committee Chair and Co-Chair 2002-06; in-school curriculum advisor 2002-06; Association of Waldorf Schools of North American delegate 2002-04.  Certificate, Phenomenological Approach to Teaching Science in the Waldorf Middle School, Nature Institute, NY, 2007.   Long terms substitute, Waldorf School of Baltimore, MD, Washington Waldorf School, MD, Kona Pacific Public Charter School, HI, 2008-2012.  Freelance Mentor, Evaluator, and Teacher, working with Waldorf Schools and the Waldorf Home School Community.

Erik Oberg

Board Chair

1993, B.S.E in Electrical Engineering, Duke University.  2005, M.S. in Geodetic Science and Surveying, Ohio State University.  United States Air Force officer from 1993-1999, working in space systems engineering and acquisitions, and serving tours in California, Hungary and Panama.  Further employed in the commercial satellite imaging industry from 2000-2003.  Full-time parent to two boys, including Wills Oberg, current early childhood student at PC 


Roula E. Bordcosh

PCWS Parent Association Representative

B.S. University of Texas, Austin. MEd. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. Virginia Teaching certification. Radiant Child Yoga certification. Arlington Public Schools 1992-2009 as Lead Teacher, Language Acquisition Specialist, Special Projects Coordinator, and Writing Skills Specialist. Currently serving as Director of Home Operations and full time parent to one child in the Oak Tree Kindergarten.


Mark Anthony Guiton

Board Treasurer

Director, Government Programs, responsible for working with federal executive and legislative branch officials on a variety of government program, business development and federal policy matters. Prior to joining Cray in 2004, Mr. Guiton served as legislative director in the U.S. Congress from 1999 to 2003 with a focus on appropriations and technology matters.  From 1995 to 1998, he served as a technology policy advisor working closely with the House Government Management, Information and Technology subcommittee from 1995 to 1998.  Before working in Congress, he was a computer programmer/analyst for Shared Medical Systems Corporation (now Siemens). He has two daughters enrolled at Potomac Crescent.

Linc Kinnicutt

Oak Tree KindergartenTeacher


Eryn Lake

Redbud KindergartenTeacher