Saint Ignatius High School

School Leadership

This team helps drive the vision of the school, making decisions to ensure Saint Ignatius High School will remain strong and true to its mission for years to come.

Senior Staff plays a vital administrative role in keeping Saint Ignatius High School thriving.  They work closely with the President, helping to guide the school via their respective areas.

This leadership team includes:

Dan Bradesca '88
As principal, Bradesca is responsible for the academic, spiritual, moral and social education of Saint Ignatius students, as well as the overall supervision of the faculty and assistant principals. His time in the classroom coupled with his work in administration have provided him with a deep understanding of the importance of good teaching and the leadership skills necessary to help guide Saint Ignatius High School.

Richard Klingshirn '79
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Keeping a school of the size and stature of Saint Ignatius up and running is no small task. Klingshirn’s background in business operations and finance are a strong foundation as he oversees the school’s financial matters, human resources, purchasing, campus building maintenance and new construction.

John Morabeto
Vice President for Advancement
With 17,000 living alumni the Advancement office keeps busy. Morabeto manages all fundraising efforts, along with alumni and benefactor relations. He has an extensive background in both philanthropy and education.

Gerald Skoch '77
Vice President and Chief Mission Officer
The responsibility of the Chief Mission Officer is to maintain the Catholic tradition and Jesuit identity for all those connected to Saint Ignatius High School. Skoch’s background as a lawyer, businessman, and non-profit leader round out his background, but it is his deep understanding of Ignatian Spirituality that makes him best suited for his role.

Milena Streen
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Technology is ever-changing and never-ceasing. Streen is charged with keeping the school online through all campus computer hardware and operating systems. With advanced degrees in Curriculum and Instruction as well as Library and Information, Streen likens Information Technology to a library, as both rely on systems and networks in terms of how things are located and stored.