About Our School
Board of Directors
Opportunity to Serve
WV State Code §18-5G-7 states that the Public Charter school governing board shall include at least “Two parents of students attending the public charter school operating under the governing board.” Board members participate in one monthly public meeting and may be asked to serve on various committees that support the success of the school.
Mountain State Learning Solutions, West Virginia Virtual Academy’s governing Board, will be accepting Letters of Interest from 9/22 through 10/6. In your letter to the board, please respond to the following questions: what has been your experience with WVVA to date? Why did you choose WVVA? What special skills or knowledge can you bring to the board? Letters of Interest may be sent to the Board Chairman, Mr. Bryan Hoylman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bryan Hoylman, Board Chairman
Bryan Hoylman has deep ties to West Virginia and years of government affairs experience focusing on education, construction, and disability policy. He currently serves as President and CEO of the Associated Builders and Contractors of West Virginia and is the current Chairman of the Board for West Virginia Virtual Academy. Prior to his leadership role in ABCWV, Hoylman worked for the state of West Virginia as a legislative policy analyst for Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. Hoylman also serves on the Putnam County Career and Technical Center Advisory Board.
John Overington, Board Vice Chairman
John Overington is well-known to West Virginians across the state, having the distinction of being the longest serving member of the House of Delegates in state history. Overington served in that body from 1984 to 2016. During his career in the legislature, he also worked as an educator and in the public relations field. He and his wife reside in Berkeley County. Overington is a member of the Berkeley County Farm Bureau and Humane Society and a former member of the Southern Regional Education Board.
Greg Clutter, Board Treasurer
Greg Clutter is the former COO of the Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center (MATRIC) and he has spent decades improving non-profits by inspiring excellence and good corporate citizenship throughout his career, focusing on areas such as IT, human resources, and strategic organizational development. A graduate of WVU, Clutter and his family still live and work in West Virginia. Clutter is an advocate for vulnerable children and families across the state and he currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Board for West Virginia Virtual Academy.
Colleen Spotts, Board Secretary
Colleen Spotts has been an entrepreneur, business owner, and independent consultant working in tech, defense, and staffing throughout her career. She has managed multi-million dollar high-profile accounts based on the strength of collaborative business relationships. Currently, Spotts lives with her family in Harpers Ferry.
Theresa “Terry” Waxman
Terry Waxman has lived in West Virginia with her family since 1982 and is a former member of the West Virginia House of Delegates. Waxman and her husband have been successful entrepreneurs in the medical field. She spent many years as a parent volunteer at Nutter Fort Primary School and Washington Irving Middle School in Harrison County, where her children attended school. Waxman has also served on the Board for West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse.