Board of Trustees
Dr. Albert Daly is a graduate of Boston University and the NY Podiatric Medical School. Currently, he is in private practice and maintains two offices in Malden and Westwood. He also is on staff at Boston Medical Center, Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, and Caritas Norwood Hospital. Albert is the brother of Theophany founder, the late Sonia Daly Belcher. He currently resides in Westwood, MA with his wife, Nayla, and four children.
Dr. Socrates Deligeorges is a graduate of Tufts and Boston University with degrees in electrical and medical engineering/neuroscience and was a post doctoral fellow at BU in the Hearing Research Center. He was involved with the Greek Orthodox Boston Diocese Camp for many years as well as the University Orthodox Christian fellowship programs and is an active member of St Mary’s Orthodox Church, Cambridge. Dr. Deligeorges is the founder/CEO of BioMimetic Systems, an advanced research company currently involved in projects for the ONR(Office of Naval Research), ARL(Army Research Lab), and DoD(Department of Defense).
Mrs. Mary Kazis is a graduate of Northeastern University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Mary is Co-chair of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Millis Clyde F. Brown Elementary School. She is an active member of St. Catherine Greek Orthodox Church in Braintree, previous GOYA advisor and Sunday School teacher, and also has volunteered at the Greek Orthodox Boston Diocese Camp and Project Mexico. Mary currently resides in Millis, MA with her husband, William, and her two children, Thano and Georgia.
Mrs. Michele Markatos has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Bemidji State University Minnesota, and is a former fourth grade teacher. She worked for ten years as Production Manager for the Harvard Medical School Health Publications Group. Michele and her husband are co-founders of St. Gregory the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church, Mansfield, Massachusetts. She has been the Director of the Church School and has taught at every level. Presently an active volunteer at her son’s school she teaches a “meet the artist” class to fifth and third graders, and is actively involved in the Destination Imagination Program. Her son Timothy was in the first preschool class at Theophany School.
Mr. Taso Markatos is Assistant Dean for Information Technology at Harvard University School of Public Health. He is a graduate of Hellenic College, and has a master’s degree in education from Boston University. He previously worked as Assistant Director of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Youth Department and the Ionian Village summer camping Program. Taso was a founding member of St. Gregory the Theologian Church in Mansfield, Massachusetts, where he served as chairman of the Building Program, and also was President of the Parish Council for several years.
Mrs. Jen Nahas brings a wealth of experience in youth development and education to our school. She has recently been named the Executive Director of Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), the official collegiate campus ministry program under the Assembly of Bishops. Jen is the co-founder of Brigham Nahas Research Associates (BNRA), a Massachusetts firm specializing in research, evaluation and strategic planning for schools and alternative education programs. She is a graduate of Brandeis University’s Heller School. Jen and her family live in Cambridge and are also parishioners at St. Mary Antiochian Orthodox Church.
Ms. Amalia Sgourakes is a graduate of Smith College and is the Assistant Director of Administration at Harvard University’s School of Dental Medicine. In addition to being a committed Board member of Theophany School and current chair, she is active at her home parish of St. Demetrios Church in Weston where she serves on the Philoptochos Board. She also volunteers at the Boston Animal Rescue League.