Oatlands Director Named
Kaye Napolitano has been named executive director of Oatlands.
Napolitano has worked at Oatlands for six years, most recently as its chief financial officer and property manager. The Oatlands board of directors voted unanimously last week for the appointment.
As executive director, Napolitano will be responsible for the preservation of the property and compiling its budget.
"I am very excited about the position," Napolitano said. "I hope that I can live up to the confidence that the board has placed in me."
Her first task will be to oversee the completion of the conversion of the carriage house into a meeting room, gift shop and exhibition area. Student Attends D.C. Symposium
Edward B. Hatrick IV, Loudoun County High School's student president, is spending the week in Washington as part of the United States Senate Youth Program. More than 100 student representatives from public and private schools in all 50 states, the District and armed services schools overseas were selected by their state's chief educational officers to participate in the program. Hatrick and the other students will descend on the capital for seven days of briefings with the president, senators, Cabinet officials, heads of the State and Defense Departments and a Supreme Court justice. As part of the program, each student will receive a $2,000 scholarship. Woman Named Horse Show Leader
Jane Forbes Clark, a 1973 graduate of Foxcroft School, was elected president of the American Horse Show Association at its annual convention last week in Baltimore. Clark, who has served as vice president of the association since 1986, is the first woman to become president of the 74-year-old organization.