YOUR PTO EXECUTIVE BOARD
Laurie Efremidis, President
Hello! I am thrilled and absolutely honored to serve as this year’s PTO President. I am excited for the year ahead and I hope together, we can continue to accelerate our mission to bring parents and teachers together in order to build and strengthen the Saint Bridget Catholic School Community.
A little about me: My husband, Tim, and I have 2 girls — Penelope (rising 4rd grader) and Zoe (rising First grader). I work at Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center as the Director of Pharmacy. A fun fact about me is that I’d love to open a bakery or a dog rescue someday…maybe both!
“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.” – 1 Peter 4:10
Katherine Watson, Vice President
Katherine joined the Saint Bridget community in 2022 when her son Michael started in JK. In her first year she supported the PTO by coordinating social events and volunteering. Katherine and her husband, Brian, reside in Moseley, Virginia. She has two wonderful stepchildren, Maddie (23) and James (20), Katherine proudly runs her family’s 75-year-old real estate company, Manakin Farms, serving as President / CEO. Katherine enjoys being on the water in her spare time and is an avid boater, sailor and poolside lounger. Katherine is always enthusiastically up for social events as long as she in in bed by 9pm.
Derek Thomas, Treasurer
Derek and his wife, Catherine, have a son and daughter — Christopher (rising 3rd grader) and Douglas (rising 1st grader). He works at Ernst & Young in their Americas Consulting Practice. A few fun facts — Derek and Catherine are both from Richmond and their folks live here as well. He also enjoys dollars & cents.
Nicole Baab, Secretary
Nicole and her husband, Luke, have 4 daughters — Adeline (a rising 1st grader), Lucy (2.5 years), Rose and Mary Jane (18 months). She is a HR Business Partner at Dominion Energy. Nicole enjoys staying busy and getting involved. In addition to PTO Secretary, she will be coaching STB soccer again this fall.