Head of School Booth Kyle Honored as Leadership Anne Arundel New Leader 2020
Leadership Anne Arundel (LAA), the premier leadership training and networking institute in Anne Arundel County, has announced that Indian Creek Head of School Booth Kyle has been recognized as a 2020 New Leaders Honoree.
Honorees were nominated by LAA Alumni and the community at large. Nominees were selected based on commencing an accepted, appointed or elected leadership role that serves and/or impacts the Anne Arundel County Community since March of 2019 in a Non-Profit, Government or For-Profit organization.
Each year, LAA hosts a sold-out reception honoring individuals who have stepped into new positions of leadership in the past year and show exceptional leadership for the betterment of Anne Arundel County. This year, due to the COVID-19 health crisis, the in-person event has been postponed to a future date to be determined. In the meantime, New Leader Honorees have been featured and celebrated virtually.
According to LAA President & CEO Kris Valerio Shock, “While we very much look forward to celebrating these local leaders in-person when it is safe to do so, we cannot wait to recognize their leadership and commitment to our community, as many are newly appointed in key roles facing challenges the current crisis presents. We are deeply grateful for their commitment to our community.”
Booth Kyle – Head of School, Indian Creek School
Mr. Kyle cames to Indian Creek School last July from the Lakeside School in Seattle, Washington. Lakeside School, like Indian Creek is a co-ed college-preparatory school, known for its innovation, academic excellence, and commitment to a vibrant and diverse school community. At Lakeside and in other independent schools, Booth served in a variety of roles over the years, holding the positions of Director of Financial Aid, Associate Director of Admission, and a Board of Trustee member.