Our Leadership

Jennifer Warren, J.D., M.Ed.

Head of School

Ms. Warren co-founded The Hague School and serves as the Head of School. She holds a Juris Doctor degree and a Masters in Educational Leadership from George Mason University.  Ms. Warren has been instrumental in defining the school’s brand and vision, creating community partnerships and outreach opportunities, and cultivating international partnerships with sister schools in Mexico and Denmark.  As an experienced legal professional, mediator, and corporate trainer, she is cognizant of the importance of relationships and prioritizes them at The Hague School with students, families, and the community.  In addition, she offers electives in Women’s Studies to reflect her passion for building confidence and self-esteem in young women while empowering them to express themselves at the table. 

Bonnie Schneider, M.E.d., Ed.S.


Ms. Schneider joined The Hague School staff in early 2020.  She is a graduate of the former Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science (B.S.), Grand Valley State University (M.Ed.), and Old Dominion University (Ed.S. in Educational Leadership) with licensure in K-12 school administration. Over the past 20 years, she has worked in higher education, Catholic K-8 education, and most recently, as the Assistant Provost of The Hague School.  After relocating to Florida, Ms. Schneider now focuses on special projects, financial management, and assisting with logistics and academic affairs.

Walter Gray, B.A.

Assistant Provost

Mr. Gray is an international traveler who has worked and volunteered in arts education and community development for over 20 years. Mr. Gray has a B.A. in English and Experiential Learning from Longwood University and is completing a Masters in Critical Food Studies at Old Dominion University. He is a regular presenter at the Southern Humanities Council Conference and the Association of the Study of Food and Society Conference. Mr. Gray currently serves on the board of F.E.A.S.T. (Food Education Access Support Together) and the Tidewater Food Alliance–two Hampton Roads organizations dedicated to providing community members with better access to nutritious food and food practices. Mr. Gray is committed to education and stewarding academic success through dialogue and experiential engagement. 

Erin McMenamin, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.

Assistant Provost

Ms. McMenamin is a VA state-licensed therapist who specializes in working with teens and adults. Life in a military family taught Ms. McMenamin that service also requires great stores of resilience. In 2010, at a Commodore’s brief that detailed the realities of Post Traumatic Stress, Ms. McMenamin recognized a call to increase mental health treatment. Wanting to use her experience to help others, she returned to school to become a therapist and obtained a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Southern California’s School of Social Work with a concentration on Children and Families and Military Studies. Graduate school was a transformative experience for her: she was able to understand the science of emotions, as well as recognize the universal connection in healing wounds from trauma and stress. She graduated in 2014 with an MSW and now serves as a counselor at The Hague School.

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