Bosque School’s Board of Trustees is the guardian of the school’s mission. It is the Board’s responsibility to ensure that the mission is appropriate, relevant, and vital to the community. The Board of Trustees is currently comprised of 13 individuals, elected for two consecutive four-year terms, all of whom monitor the success of the school in fulfilling its mission. Each trustee participates in and supports the mission of the school and serves on at least one of the Board’s committees: Development, Executive, Facilities, Finance, Investment, and Trustee.
Dear Bosque Community,
Greetings! I am humbled and honored to serve as Chair of the Board of Trustees at Bosque School. My servanthood under this designation will integrate the skills I’ve developed throughout my career, as an expert in: tax and finance, mergers, business development, and leadership coaching. I look forward to collaborating with the Bosque School community to honor the mission and core values and to continue the good work that has been done before us.
I have served on the Bosque School Board of Trustees since 2013 and served as the Finance Committee Chair. I look forward to taking on this new challenge as the Board Chair.
I can attest that Bosque goes above and beyond in the pursuit of Challenging Education by the personal experiences of my children. Each of my children was groomed, supported, and encouraged to pursue their passions. My son, Diego, graduated in 2016 and is currently attending The Cooper Union in New York City, pursuing an education in Art and Physics. My daughter, Mia, is currently a senior and is an active member of the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) on campus, serving the Bosque community. She is also pursuing her interest and passion in writing, and recently published her book, "bleed". My wife, Kim, and I have been married for 21 years and enjoy pouring ourselves into our family, employees, church, and school communities.
Eric Herrera, Chair of the Bosque School Board of Trustees