Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

The Weiss School is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Trustees listed below are responsible for setting school policies, hiring the Head of School, overseeing financial affairs, and guiding The Weiss School's future. The Board of Trustees and the Head of School engage in continuous strategic thinking each school year to support the constant growth and development of The Weiss School. Please click below to view the most updated Strategic Plan.

List of 5 items.

  • Eric Jablin - Chairman

    Eric Jablin was born March 9, 1942 in New York City.  He attended Horace Mann Preparatory School and New York University.  He began his business career in 1963 and has owned several businesses in New York and Florida.  Eric and his wife Abby have been residents of Palm Beach Gardens since 1987 and have two children Matthew 43 and Rachel, 40 both of whom attended Palm Beach County Public Schools.
    Eric has been active in community affairs ever since he moved to Florida. From 1987 to 1992 he served as co-chair of the North County Airport Citizens Committee and the ad hoc citizens committee to fight the expansion of Jog Road through PGA National.  Eric successfully negotiated the Jog Road Agreement with the County which laid the groundwork for any future closings of Ryder Cup Blvd..  Eric was one of the original founders of CAN! (Community Awareness Network) in PGA National where he lives and served as president of that organization until he stepped down to pursue his political career.  He was elected to the Palm Beach Gardens City Council in 1992.  He became Vice Mayor from 2000 to 2002 and was elected Mayor in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2008.  He was the Council liaison to the City’s Art in Public Places Board and after his retirement from the City Council was appointed to the Art in Public Places Board and today serves as the Chairman. Eric currently serves on the board of the Weiss School and the Alzheimer Community Care Foundation.
  • Bill Tillson - Trustee

    Trustee Bill Tillson is a leading television industry executive who founded and was CEO of Broadcast Cable Services Inc. which advised clients such as Disney, Viacom and Sony in the launch of over 250 television networks worldwide. 
    Mr. Tillson is co-founder and currently Executive Chairman of Encompass Digital Media which owns broadcast and digital media facilities in nine cities on four continents.  Encompass originates over 900 cable and broadcast television networks worldwide, providing services to all major media companies in the US, LATAM, Asia and Europe including NBCU, CBS, Disney, BBC, Discovery, Twentieth Century Fox, Sony, Viacom, Turner and the US Department of Defense.
    Mr. Tillson has served on numerous industry boards including The World Teleport Association which twice named Mr. Tillson Industry Executive of The Year.
    Mr. Tillson has a son in the Weiss School.  
  • Elisabeth Weiss - Trustee

    Trustee Elisabeth Weiss is co-founder of the Weiss School, and was its first Head of School, overseeing all curriculum, planning, training, and enrollment. In that role, she successfully built the School from a one-room classroom of eight students in 1989 to a beacon of gifted education in Palm Beach County less than ten years later.
    Mrs. Weiss created a unique learning environment combining a thematic curriculum that integrated multiple subjects and leading edge technology. She was the first in the county to introduce a cross-disciplinary thematic approach to the curriculum and the first in the nation to establish Tae Kwon Do as a primary focus of physical education.
    In addition, she dedicated 12 years to serving as the School’s psychologist and counselor, helping hundreds of students achieve success during their years at the Weiss School.
    Mrs. Weiss holds an Elementary School Teacher’s Degree from Instituto Educacional Sud Mennucci of Brazil, a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from New York University, and a Gifted Certification from South Florida University.
    She is fluent in Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish in addition to English.

    She currently has three of her grandchildren attending The Weiss School.
  • Wendy Sartory Link – Trustee

    Wendy Sartory Link has served as the Supervisor of Elections for Palm Beach County since January 18, 2019. In her quest to deliver fair, transparent, and secure elections to the almost 1 million voters in Palm Beach County, Ms. Link promotes the values that have been the key to her success: “Integrity, Accountability, and Service”.

    Ms. Link is an active member of Urban & Large County Elections Registration Supervisors (ULCERS), Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, and Florida Certified Election Professionals, participating in education, training, and professional development related to her role as Supervisor of Elections. In addition, Ms. Link is a member of The American Bar Association, The Florida Bar, The State Bar of California, and Palm Beach County Bar Association and has more than 30 years of legal experience in private practice.

    Ms. Link currently serves as the Representative for District 9 on the Florida Supervisor of Elections Board of Directors. She is a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County (Class of 1998) and currently serves on the Florida Council of 100, the Boards of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, and The Weiss School. She is a member of the District Board of Trustees for Palm Beach State College, a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, and a member of the CityPlace CDD, Executive Women, and International Women’s Forum.

    Ms. Link graduated from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill with a B.S. in Administration of Justice and Political Science in 1986, and from Duke University School of Law with a J.D. in 1989. She has three incredible sons and lives in North Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Dr. Martin D. Weiss - Trustee Emeritus

    Dr. Martin D. Weiss, co-founder of The Weiss School and now a Trustee Emeritus of the Board, has dedicated his life to education of all age groups. As an American teenager growing up in Brazil, he organized and taught tutorial classes for fellow high school students in English, and Portuguese grammar, math and biology. After returning to the U.S., he joined the Berlitz School of Languages and became that school’s youngest instructor in its history, helping to develop its globally acclaimed Total Immersion method for teaching foreign languages. And later, by designing dozens of custom books for infants, he taught his son to read in two languages by the age of three.

    With this personal experience in education, Dr. Weiss went on to create two companies — Weiss Research to educate adults about the global economy and The Weiss School to educate gifted children. And today, both have been a success — the former serving 600,000 loyal readers and the latter providing the gifted education that has been so widely acclaimed in the South Florida community. Dr. Weiss holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University and a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from Columbia University. He is fluent in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, English and other languages.
The Weiss School is a co-ed private school that serves gifted students in PreK-3 through 8th grade in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. A Weiss School education prepares students to think analytically and creatively, act socially responsible, live vigorously, and create imaginatively in a warm and supportive educational environment.