Inspired experience based college preparatory education for creative and intellectually curious students
Early childhood through twelfth grade

Staff

2017-2018 Waverly Staff

Vella CagleVella Cagle is the Enrollment Manger and works closely with the admissions and business offices. She also manages the school database and the financial aid program. Vella received a BA in History from Virginia Tech. She has been part of the Waverly community for seven years and now has a daughter enrolled in Young Kindergarten as well as a little one just getting ready to crawl. Vella loves to take long walks with her family and their dog Jack.

Dionne RiddleDionne Riddle is the Student Activities coordinator and Administrative Assistant for the High School. Dionne holds a BA from Pacific Oaks Human Development with a minor in Early Childhood Education. An avid sew-er, Dionne has been teaching in the after-school arts enrichment program for six years. When not juggling many hats, she can be found hanging with her daughters, Iris, 8th grade and Remi, 3rd. Dionne is a voracious reader, an arts enthusiast, and an absolute lover of life, her students, family, and her pugs.

Meg BradburyMeg Bradbury is Assistant to The Head of School and also works in development, social media, and a whole bunch of other things. She has been a member of the Waverly community since 2003; the school’s progressive pedagogy, commitment to collaboration, and endlessly creative students inspire her greatly. Meg loves vinyasa, the San Gabriel mountain range, black sesame crackers, Hiroshi Sugimoto, California sagebrush, and her dog Brighty.

Andrea MillerAndrea Miller is the administrative assistant at the elementary school campus. She spends much of her day at Waverly patching up minor wounds and tying loose shoelaces. She holds a BA in Marketing Communications and is currently taking courses in Early Childhood Education through UCLA extension. When she’s not at Waverly, Andrea enjoys eating cheese, spending time with friends and family, and reading the occasional crime novel.

Photo Not AvailableDeborah Clark Yeseta is Waverly’s Registar. Deborah began her association with Waverly as a parent in 1995 when she enrolled her daughter in first grade. After several years as a parent volunteer, Deborah joined the Waverly staff and has worked in a variety of roles over the years. She has a B. A. In English Literature from the University of California, Irvine, and, before coming to Waverly, worked in publishing as a writer and editor.