Katherine Macaulay Mueller

Deputy General Counsel

Katherine Mueller has more than a decade of legal experience in the private sector, most recently as First Vice President and Senior Counsel at SunTrust Banks, Inc., where she managed litigation nationally and advised default constituencies on risk mitigation.

Prior to working at SunTrust, Katherine was a partner at an Am Law 200 firm, where she had both corporate and litigation practices. In her corporate practice, she focused on asset sales and acquisitions and corporate tax planning. Katherine also represented financial institutions in secured lending transactions, including loan workouts and corporate restructurings. She also managed a national Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, leading a team that resolved hundreds of preference actions and bankruptcy claims.

Prior to law school, Katherine worked on Capitol Hill and at a government contracting firm where she was a technical writer and editor.

Katherine received a B.A. in history, with honors, from Trinity College and a J.D. from William and Mary Law School.

Tejon Anthony

Associate Director, Finance and Operations

Tejon Anthony is Greenleaf Health’s Associate Director of Finance and Operations. Tejon provides accounting and analytical support to Greenleaf’s Finance Team. This includes assisting the Finance Team with annual budgeting, financial reports, and analysis of appropriate accounting policies.  In addition, Tejon provides comprehensive operations and tech support to Greenleaf as a whole. 

A recent graduate of George Mason University (GMU), Tejon received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. While at GMU, Tejon was a four-year member of the men’s wrestling team, serving as captain his senior year. Throughout his academic career, Tejon gained hands-on experience in the finance arena, most recently serving as sales merchandiser for The Scott’s Miracle-Gro Company. During his time with Scott’s, Tejon assisted in forecasting sales and trends to optimize the profitability of critical product lines. 

 Outside of academics and wrestling at GMU, Tejon served as President of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, was a member of the National Society of Black Engineers and was a George Mason Student-Athlete Mentor.

Kathleen Sonntag

Chief Operating Officer

Kathleen Sonntag serves as Chief Operating Officer at Greenleaf Health. Kathleen’s broad career experience spans financial services and the legal profession, with an emphasis on information technology and data analysis. This unique blend brings strong analytical, technical and business skills to her role at Greenleaf.

At Greenleaf, Kathleen is responsible for financial and operational aspects of the business. This includes oversight of accounting, financial reporting, human resources, and information technology.

Before joining Greenleaf Health in 2011, Kathleen spent much of her career at The Capital Group, where she served as a liaison between sales organization and the technology team. Her work at the Capital Group included strategic planning, requirements and design, data modeling and data analytics. She was instrumental in the development of and strategic planning for key applications in the American Funds’ portfolio, including enterprise-wide business intelligence, customer relationship management, and call center technologies. She also performed financial analysis for Sales and Marketing management, providing insights into sales territory restructuring, new product rollouts, and overall business measurement.

Kathleen’s additional business experience includes management of financial operations at a law firm, and an accounting analyst role at Merrill Lynch.

Kathleen holds Bachelors of Science in Accounting and History from the University of Notre Dame. Kathleen has also completed coursework in Global Affairs at New York University.

Brooke Roth

Executive Director, Finance

Brooke Roth serves as the Executive Director of Finance at Greenleaf Health. In collaboration with Greenleaf’s CFO, Brooke manages all of the firm’s financial matters. Brooke’s career experience spans numerous aspects of financial services and fundraising, bringing strong fiscal, analytical, and business expertise to her position at Greenleaf.

Before joining Greenleaf Health, Brooke was the Managing Director of Fundraising at the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), the nation’s largest trade association. The REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) is the #1 contributor to federal candidates in the country. Brooke also oversaw the growth of the President’s Circle Program—a direct-giver program that raised more than $1.3 million and is the nation’s largest direct-giver program to candidates. She also managed RPAC’s corporate, soft dollar fundraising, which was used for the association’s independent expenditures at the national, state, and local levels. In addition to fundraising, Brooke managed a $3M+ budget, fundraising staff, and consultants.

Before joining NAR, Brooke worked at a Washington, DC firm that raised money to support numerous candidates for the United States Senate. She also spearheaded DC events for candidates such as former Governors Matt Blunt (MO) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (CA). Additionally, Brooke consulted with nonprofit organizations, such as the American Cancer Society and National Football Foundation, on their fundraising strategies. In Washington, Brooke worked on Capitol Hill for then Congressman Robin Hayes (R-NC).

Earlier in her career, Brooke worked for a political consulting firm in Atlanta, GA, where she consulted for congressional campaigns regarding their fundraising strategies. She planned fundraising events with VIPs such as President George Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, and the late Senator Fred Thompson. Brooke’s first foray into politics was as Finance Director for Senator Saxby Chambliss’s last congressional race before running for the US Senate.

Brooke earned her B.A. degree from Mercer University in Macon, GA. Brooke also completed coursework at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management in Washington, DC.

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