Anne Breen, President
Heather Mikulskis, Vice President
Maryrose Burnetter, Treasurer
Barb Brodsky, Secretary
Tim Riff, Board Member
Al Grippe, Board Member
Julee Sinanoglu, Board Member
Trace Valasek, Board Member
Amber Kosac, Board Member
Katherine O'Connell, Board Member
Al Firak, Board Member
Maryrose has been on the OPSEF Board for over 2 years and chairs the Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. She has lived in the neighborhood for 8 years, is very involved in the Oriole Park Community, and is committed to raising funds for education for Oriole Park. Her son, Tyler, is 7 and currently in 2nd Second Grade at Oriole Park School.
Tracey is a parent and an active member of the Oriole Park Community. She has lived in Oriole Park for nine years, is a third grade Brownie leader, and has two daughters, ages 8 and 5. Tracey headed the OPSEF’s first Spaghetti Dinner and co-chaired last years OPS Sunshine Run 5k. She was a teacher with CPS for 13 years and is committed to helping OPS continue its high quality of education.
Anne has lived in Oriole Park for 11 years and has two daughters at Oriole Park School. Over the past 17 years, she has worked in a variety of roles for CPS, including teacher, instructional coach, and curriculum developer. The OPSEF board allows her the opportunity to share her educational experience and CPS institutional knowledge for the benefit of the Oriole Park community.
Mr. Riff is Oriole Park School's principal and brings organization and the school's resources to the OPSEF board. He has two daughters, Sian and Margo.
Ms. Kosac is a 2nd grade teacher and ILT member at Oriole Park. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Early Education from Northeastern Illinois University. Ms. Kosac represents the staff and teacher liaison on the OPSEF board. She is excited to be a new addition to the OPSEF board and assist with any issues relative to Oriole Park.
Krissy is an Oriole Park parent and a resident. She has a daughter, Kailey, in fifth grade and a son, Connor, in second grade. Krissy is currently attending Northeastern Illinois University for elementary teaching. She is very excited to bring her thoughts and ideas with her to be part of OPSEF.