Working with great families from the United States and around the globe to realize the possibility of attending a great boarding school has long been a passion for Kila McCann P '15. For eight years, Kila was director of boarding and international students and head of house at Darlington School in Rome, Ga. Prior to her employment at Darlington School, Kila worked at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario, Canada as a recruitment/enrollment officer and at Fulford Academy in Brockville, Ontario, Canada as a placement officer and student counselor.
Kila, her husband, Tim, feel privileged to live on campus, meeting wonderful families and helping to guide students down the path of boarding school. She values the many relationships she has established throughout the years and is looking forward to meeting many new people at FVS. Kila enjoys travel, spending time with friends and family, and outdoor activities such as hiking and fly fishing.
Senior Associate Director of Admission and Financial Aid, Varsity Boys Lacrosse Assistant Coach
Entering his sixth year at FVS as the senior associate director of amission and financial aid, O'Neal Turner continues to travel the country and the globe to advocate for FVS including the Western Slope of Colorado, the Pacific Northwest, Texas and Europe. He built his admission foundation as an admission officer at his alma mater, The Culver Academies, and has extensive sales training during his four years in sales department of the Portland Trailblazers. He has found a home here at FVS, not only in the Admission Office but also as a dorm uncle in Penrose West and varsity boys lacrosse head coach.
Maleah Gluck is in her second year as the assistant director of admission at FVS. Before arriving at FVS, she was the director of admission and financial aid at the Leelanau School, a boarding school in Michigan. Prior to that, Maleah has worked in education for 10 years. She served as the executive director of Diversified Assets Consortium and development director for The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. Both organizations provide educational advocacy and mentoring to high risk youth, and focus on keeping our most vulnerable students in school, realize their rights to a quality education, and experience success.
Outside of the office, Maleah enjoys traveling, hot yoga and cooking. She is extremely enthusiastic about sharing her passions with the students of Fountain Valley School. Having attended a boarding school herself, Maleah knows the tremendous positive impact it can have on a student's life in and outside of the classroom. She credits boarding school for teaching her how to think on a global level and shaping her into who she is today! She loves working and interacting with students on campus.