Faculty & Staff Directory

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    Mr. Scott Scott Bohan
    Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4700
    SKYPE ID: scott.bohan1

    Scott Bohan grew up in Manchester, N.H., and graduated from St. Paul's in 1994. He then attended Colgate University, where he played four years of varsity lacrosse and graduated with honors in education. He later earned his Masters Degree from Dartmouth College.

    He began his professional career in the Admission Office at Cushing Academy. After two years at Cushing, Mr. Bohan returned to Millville and spent six years in the SPS Admission Office, eventually as the senior associate director and director of financial aid. He then moved over to the SPS Development Office, where he worked for five years for the Annual Fund and leadership gifts.

    In the summer of 2011, Mr. Bohan returned to the Admission Office to serve as dean. He also coaches boys lacrosse. Previously, Mr. Bohan served as a head of house and coached football and girls varsity hockey.

    Mr. Bohan lives on campus with his wife, Lori, the dean of studies at SPS, and their two children. He is an avid sports fan and outdoorsman and enjoys running the SPS trails with the family’s dog and fishing the streams with his children.
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    Mr. Timothy Tim Caryl-Klika
    Director Enrollment Management and Financial Aid
    (603) 229-5639
    Tim Caryl-Klika earned an AB in Art and Art History from Colgate University in 1998 and was employed at Colgate as the Director of First Year Aid from 2000 to 2006. Prior to that, Mr. Caryl-Klika served for a year at Colgate as a campus life intern and as an admissions reader. He later earned a Master of Liberal Arts degree in Anthropology and Archeology from the Harvard Extension School while working at St. Paul’s.
    As an undergraduate, Mr. Caryl-Klika was a linebacker for the Red Raider football team and to this day still has a healthy obsession with the sport of football, both as the St. Paul’s Defensive Coordinator and as a fan. Later on, his graduate work focused on anthropology and culture, ultimately producing a thesis entitled “The Role of Socioeconomic Status on Cultural Adaptation in Elite American Boarding Schools.” Having worked with admission and financial aid for almost twenty years, the issues surrounding student culture, success and equity are central to his professional work.
    Mr. Caryl-Klika originally grew up in central New Jersey and still frequents the Jersey Shore each summer with his extended family and friends. When not reliving glory days down the Shore, Mr. Caryl-Klika can often be found immersed somewhere in the fiction of J.R.R Tolkien, practicing yoga and meditation, or playing games with his kids. Mr. Caryl-Klika also dedicates a lot of his free time to coaching youth lacrosse.
    Mr. Caryl-Klika joined the SPS faculty in the fall of 2006 and lives on the grounds with his college sweetheart wife and their children. In a recent household poll, Mr. Caryl-Klika was voted the best daddy ever, winning the key demographic of the under 13-year-old crowd.
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    Mrs. Heather Crutchfield
    Associate Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4768
    SKYPE ID: hrcrutchfield
    Heather Crutchfield is an associate director of admissions at St. Paul's School. During her SPS career, she has worked in the capacities of athletic director and assistant athletic director, associate dean of students, and was a member of the New England Preparatory Schools Athletic Coalition (NEPSAC) executive committee. She has been a Head of House and has taught a health course for all new students at St. Paul’s School.
    Mrs. Crutchfield has made an impact on countless SPS students as an inspiring and dedicated coach. She has led SPS varsity field hockey and lacrosse teams to undefeated seasons, ISL and New England Championships, and her players have received league, New England, and All-American recognition under her guidance, and in college.
    She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire, where she played both field hockey and lacrosse, and was a starter for all four years in both sports. An All-American in lacrosse, she won the NCAA Division I Lacrosse National Championship in 1985 when UNH defeated Maryland in the title game. She also played in the Final Four in field hockey four times.
    Mrs. Crutchfield married her college sweetheart, Tim, an outstanding athlete in his own right, and they have four children.
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    Noor Farooqui
    Administrative Assistant
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    Heather Farrell
    Associate Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4720
    SKYPE ID: heather.farrell.SPS
    Heather Farrell joined St. Paul’s School in the fall of 2011 as associate dean of admission and head coach of the girls hockey team. In just eight seasons her teams have amassed an impressive record of 158-39-16, including 5, 20+ win seasons, making the elite 8-team New England tournament for seven straight years, winning their Holiday Tournament each time, a Harrington Invitational champion in 2018, and a New England Championship title in 2015.
    Previously, Farrell spent four years as a coach at Bemidji State University, where she led the defense and the penalty-killing units. She also ran Bemidji's strength and conditioning program, served as the travel coordinator, and was an academic advisor. While in Minnesota, Farrell coached in the WCHA All-star game taking on the U.S. Women’s National team in 2009-2010. 
    After receiving a B.S. in coaching and sports performance from The Ohio State University, Farrell began her career as an assistant hockey coach and student-athlete mentor at Bowdoin College. The Canadian gained a great deal of experience during her two years with the Polar Bears, including a stint as interim head coach, where she led the team to the NESCAC semi-finals.
    In 2015, Farrell’s alma mater, the Pomfret School, inducted her into Alumni Association Athletic Hall of Fame, in recognition of her outstanding contributions to women’s ice hockey.
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    Ms. Holly Foote
    Assistant Director of Admission Operations
    (603) 229-4702
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    Susan Gaudette
    Administrative Assistant/Event Coordinator
    (603) 229-5634
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    Linda Harrison
    Admission Visit Coordinator
    (603) 229-4730
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    Ms. Michelle Hung
    Associate Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4717
    Michelle Hung joined St. Paul’s School in the fall of 2019 as an associate dean of admission. Previously, she worked in the admission office at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, Calif.
    She earned her B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and an M.F.A. from the Directing Program at UCLA School of Film, Television, & Digital Media. Michelle has worked as assistant director of admission at both Hampshire College and Yale University. Most recently, she also served as the writers' room researcher for The Banker’s Wife, an Amazon Studios limited television series.
    Michelle was raised in Santa Monica, Calif. and speaks Taiwanese and Mandarin Chinese. She lives on campus with her husband, Marko Rondiak, and their two young sons.
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    Derek Johnson
    Associate Dean of Admission / Director of Multicultural Recruitment
    (603) 229-4722
    SKYPE ID: derek.johnson297
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    Mrs. Sally Lewis
    Executive Assistant to the Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4704
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    Christopher Chris Smith
    Associate Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4705
    Chris Smith joined the St. Paul’s School faculty in the fall of 2014 as associate director of admission and head boys and girls squash coach.

    Mr. Smith spent the previous three years as the head squash pro at the Union Boat Club in Boston, Mass. Prior to that, he served as the assistant squash coach at Harvard University for four years. During that time, he helped coach the women’s team to a three straight national championship games, winning it all in 2010. Mr. Smith also coached the Harvard men’s squash team to the NCAA title that same year.

    Other highlights include coaching Harvard squash to a women’s Ivy League title in 2010 and developing numerous All-Americans. Mr. Smith served as the vice president and president of the College Squash Association for many years. He was also the founding head coach at Northeastern University and led the new program to a top-20 national ranking in its first three years of existence. Mr. Smith has also coached the USA Jr National Team (2004-2006), which appeared in two World Junior Championships in his tenure. He is a member of the USA national training program, which coaches elite juniors all over the world in international competitions. Mr. Smith is active in national and local squash governing bodies and has dedicated his career to bettering the sport at all levels of play.
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    Mr. Craig Craig Vandersea
    Associate Dean of Admission
    (603) 229-4836
    SKYPE ID: craig.vandersea.spsadmission
    Craig Vandersea joined the St. Paul's School faculty in the fall of 2008 as head football coach, assistant baseball coach, assistant athletic director, and associate director of admissions.
    Though he will play many roles at St. Paul's, football coach may be the one closest to his heart. Football is a longstanding Vandersea family tradition. Craig Vandersea grew up around the game with a football-coach father, Howard Vandersea, who coached at Boston University, Tufts University, Brown University, and Springfield College before guiding the program at Bowdoin College for 16 years. His uncle, Phil Vandersea, was drafted by the Green Bay Packers out of the University of Massachusetts and won a Super Bowl ring with the NFL franchise under legendary coach Vince Lombardi in 1966.
    "Football has always been a part of my life," says Vandersea, who most recently served as assistant football coach at Bates College for 10 years and head baseball coach for nine. "I am thrilled to have this opportunity to lead the football program at St. Paul's."
    Vandersea played his college ball as a tight end at the University of Rhode Island, where he was a three-year letter winner. He made his coaching debut with the URI football program immediately following his graduation. His other coaching stints include assistant positions at Bowdoin College and Norwich University.
    While coaching at Bates, Vandersea was part of two CBB football championships. His vast experience includes work with defensive linemen, defensive backs, quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends, and wide receivers.