Campaign Cabinet

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Campaign Co-chairs: Ed Han + Toya Holiday

Message from Ed Han and Toya Holiday
Capital Campaign Co-Chairs

As parents of current students and alumni, we know firsthand that Campbell Hall provides an unparalleled education that goes well beyond excellent academics -- every aspect of the whole child is considered and addressed. CH Next: The Campaign for the Viking Center is a bold project that will advance the health and wellbeing of every CH student by providing access to enhanced fitness, nutrition, and athletic training as well as elevating our campus facilities. We assumed the roles of co-chairs of this capital campaign because we believe wholeheartedly in this mission-aligned project that will bring Campbell Hall to the NEXT level. We hope you join with us, in whatever way is meaningful to you, to bring this exciting vision to life.

The Campaign Cabinet includes grade-level representatives for CH NEXT: The Campaign for The Viking Center. These valued volunteers support the fundraising efforts, serve as ambassadors for the Campaign, and are prepared to meet and answer your questions about The Viking Center. If you are interested in being a grade-level representative for this project, please contact your grade-level representative or Daphne Carr, Senior Advancement Officer.

3rd Grade
Shirin Amiri
Kristin London
4th Grade
Kevin Eberly
6th Grade
Shirin Amiri
7th Grade
Shirin Amiri
8th Grade
Lisa Stoll

10th Grade
Lisa Stoll

12th Grade
Cyndi Buckley

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For more information about The Viking Center, please contact Director of Advancement, Kurt Johnson, at 818.505.5303 or
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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