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Clapham Board

Meet The People Who Make It Possible



Doug Wright has an extensive career in the field of sales and marketing in the business arena, serving in leadership roles at companies as diverse as Proctor & Gamble and Bank of America. He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Washington State University, and is currently working toward completion of his Masters in Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary. Doug has a passion for teaching and young people, which find their outlet in his church and other settings by teaching youth and adults in the topics of worldview, apologetics and systematic theology. He and his wife live southwest of Chicago.


Chris is the Global Workforce Planning Leader at GE Capital. He received his MBA in Strategy from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business. Previously he was a Senior Consultant at Towers Watson for over 9 years.


Carolina Dalmas worked as a consultant with McKinsey & Co for eight years before deciding to become a stay-at-home parent. Since then, she has served as Chairperson of the Board at the Huguenot Nursery School in New York City where her children attended pre-school. More recently, Carolina has been an active member of the Clapham School community by serving as the parent volunteer coordinator and as a substitute teacher. She earned her MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Carolina and her husband have two children attending Clapham School. The Dalmas family worships at Wheaton Bible Church.


Patrick Egan spent five years at Clapham School as a faculty member before taking up his current role as Dean of the Upper School at Providence Classical Christian Academy in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to his responsibilities as a dean, he teaches U.S. History and the Junior/Senior Seminar. Patrick also teaches at the Chicago extension campus of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, providing monthly training in New Testament to inner city ministers. Patrick and his family spent three years living and studying in St Andrews, Scotland. Prior to this, he served as an Assistant Pastor at College Church in Wheaton. He published Ecclesiology and the Scriptural Narrative of 1 Peter with Wipf & Stock. Patrick is married to Kristin and has four children: Laura, Shannon, Joanna, and Cameron.