Zuleika and her husband Ali Soulati moved to Easton in 2001. Zuleika is the president of Delmarva Laser Eye Center. She has practiced Ophthalmology in Easton for thirteen years. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Northwestern University after which she attended Medical School and continued with her Ophthalmology residency at the University of Iowa. She is currently a board member for the United Fund of Talbot County. At the Country School, Zuleika has served as a room parent for multiple years, Hospitality Chair, Chair of Grandparents and Special Friends Day, rummage sale volunteer, and is a member of our Diversity Committee. Their daughters Heleah ('17) and Anya ('21) currently attend The Country School. Her oldest daughter Hanna graduated from The Country School in 2014 and now attends St. Andrews School.
Robbie is the Owner and CEO of Federal Resources Supply Company. He has been with Federal Resources since 2003. For the past 10 years, Mr. McWilliams provided the vision and mission of Federal Resources Supply Company to be successful in the extremely competitive Department of Defense (DoD) and Military markets. Under his direction, the company has experienced an average annual growth of 40%. This growth is attributed to his leadership in the improvement of business processes and contract execution of projects within the Federal government in the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) markets. Mr. McWilliams works tirelessly to streamline contract execution for government customers and warfighters ensuring they receive the critical equipment needed to protect the United States from both, foreign and domestic, threats. Robert’s passion for our servicepersons and first responders is rivaled by none. His corporate vision and morals have provided a new standard for contractors conducting business with the DoD.
Born and reared on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Robert attended Towson University on a golf scholarship and was awarded degrees in 1998. While attending Towson University, Robert met his future wife, Chrissy Cerutti. Robert and Chrissy have four children, two girls and two boys. Ethan, their oldest son, is in 4th grade at TCS They have both stayed close to their roots settling not only Robert’s business, but their family on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Their family enjoys the closeness of the Eastern Shore communities and are regular attendees at their local church and community activities. Robert currently serves on the C2C board as a young entrepreneur advisor and has advised multiple charitable organizations.
Jennifer has served as President of the CSPA, Co-Chair of the auction, Treasurer for the CSPA board, room parent, and on several other school committees. Jennifer has a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition from Ohio University and an MBA from the University of Michigan. She worked 8 years in the acute care setting on the parental and enteral nutrition team and 5 years in the pharmaceutical industry in sales and management. Jennifer and her husband Christopher, a urologic surgeon, have 2 daughters Ava (’20) and Alivia (’21) and live in Easton.
Luther grew up outside Cincinnati, attended St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire, majored in English at Hobart (B.A.), served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama in 1965-67 where he taught English and helped start a fishing co-op. After being discharged from the U.S. Army in 1970, Luther worked at the Smithsonian Institution, and later at the Chesapeake Biological Lab. He returned to school for a B.S. in zoology at the University of Maryland, and a master’s in fisheries at Auburn University. At Auburn, he taught aquaculture to foreign students, then moved with his family to Cameroon, West Africa, to coordinate a program in aquaculture for USAID (1981-1983). “Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to grow fish and feed him for a lifetime.” Luther recently retired after 24 years as president of the Marcia Brady Tucker Foundation. He has served on the board of the Maryland Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, The Country School (1989-1995 – as board president 1993-95), Adkins Arboretum, the Vestry of Christ Church, Easton, and The Cathedral Chapter of the Diocese of Easton. Luther and his wife Cordelia (Cordy) bought their home in Easton in 1981 and moved here permanently with their daughter Elisa in 1984. Cordy and Luther are happy to have their grandsons nearby – David ’22 and Aidan ’24 Ford.