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We have partnered with AUXS to help us as we organize and prepare to reopen campus safely. AUXS works with schools across the country to organize priorities in the wake of COVID-19 in March. With the help of the AUXS team, we have dispatched a Reopening Taskforce to map different models and decision points that the school needs to consider in the context of COVID-19 and how school will need to reopen for the 2020-2021 school year. The AUX team we are working with consists of senior advisors and a medical consultant (board-certified pediatrician) and we have access to additional technical expertise (examples: ventilation experts, sanitization specialists, etc.)

Bill Rouse
Senior Advisor

Bill is a co-founder of AUXS and brings extensive campus operations and auxiliary experience to the team. Bill has led projects for independent day and boarding schools across the country. Bill brings extensive project management, risk mitigation, campus operations and campus safety experience to the team. He is a founder of IS4 (Independent School Safety & Security Summit), has been part of the Secure Schools Roundtable on Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Security Roundtable. Bill graduated from The Haverford School and then Villanova University and also attended the Disney Institute’s leadership development programs. Bill is a Board Member of Holy Child School at Rosemont and serves as the Chair of the Facilities Committee. Bill is a frequent presenter for national and regional associations including TABS, NBOA, FCIS and AISNE.

Nat Saltonstall
Senior Advisor

Nat Saltonstall is recognized as a leading expert in the field of independent school programming. Over the past 25+ years, Nat has developed and directed multiple programs at several independent schools while also providing targeted guidance to others through his consulting services. As a consultant, Nat has been project manager for multiple day and boarding school projects around campus initiatives to improve operations and programs. Nat is a frequent presenter at conferences across the country, including workshops and presentations for the National Association of Independent Schools, the National Business Officers Association, and the Association of Independent Schools of New England. Nat is a graduate of Middlebury College and received his Masters in Education from Harvard University.

Adrianna Bravo
Medical Consultant




Dr. Adrianna Bravo is a board-certified pediatrician who graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College with a bachelor’s degree in biology and studio arts. She earned her medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School, where she received the John and Sophia Zaslow Award for her spirit of care and compassion in medicine. She also founded the medical school's healing and the arts program in collaboration with the C. Everett Koop Institute.
After completing her residency in pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md., she worked with the Navajo Nation Indian Health Service and opened a medical practice with the Children's Aid Society, serving as a clinical assistant in the department of pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. She also served as medical director at Salisbury School and is currently the Medical Director for Episcopal High School in Virginia.
She serves on the board of an independent school in northern Virginia and as a Dartmouth College alumni admissions volunteer and class officer.