Sue Ovitt was first elected to the Chaffey JUHSD Board of Trustees in 2008 and has served in all Board positions during her tenure. Sue completed the CSBA Masters in Governance program to better serve students and the district. Following high school, she graduated from Chaffey College and then transferred to the University of Redlands where she earned a BS Degree in Sociology. The ensuing year, she earned a Lifetime Elementary Teaching Credential.
An active participant in the community, Sue is President of Baldy View ROP, Chair of OPARC, Board member of West End Family Counseling Services and The Leaven – serving at-risk elementary age children in their living communities with afterschool tutoring and mentoring. She is dedicated to CJUHSD by supporting college and career readiness; equipping classrooms with state-of-the-art technology & teaching strategies; fostering effective relationships with parents, businesses, cities & adjacent school districts; and ensuring that all students are safe.
Sue is married to her husband Gary, who taught at Chaffey High School for 35 years. Gary serves on the Chaffey College Governing Board. They have one married daughter, Amanda and one granddaughter. Sue, Gary and Amanda all graduated from Chaffey High School.
Vice PresidentNancy Treser OsgoodNancy Treser Osgood has a Master of Arts in Religious Education from the Claremont School of Theology and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Pomona College. She also studied at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. Nancy is a trustee for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) serving over 88,000 members in 82 countries. She travels to Washington, DC to meet with other educational leaders from throughout the world. An active parent and community member, Nancy has served on the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) and Claremont After School Program (CLASP) boards, and volunteered for the Claremont High School Boys Soccer Boosters, Cross Country, and Speech and Debate teams. She is a member of the University Club, League of Women Voters, Community Friends of International Students, Curtain Raisers, and Campus Women. She and her husband Peter have two sons who attended Chaparral, El Roble, and Claremont High School. MemberJoe Schaffer
Joe was first elected to Chino Valley USD Board of Education in 2018, after being a long-time parent volunteer at the school site level as well as several district committees. Joe and his wife Sandy moved to Chino Hills in 2003. Their daughter Peyton attends school in the district.
Joe medically retired from the Orange Police Department at the rank of Corporal. He also worked as a corporate officer for his family’s manufacturing business before retiring in 2017. Joe is active in community service and volunteers his time at various local charities. Joe currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Ignite Volleyball Club and Foundation in Chino, is a past Board Member for the North Orange County Family YMCA, a former high school athletics coach and former Commissioner for the City of Chino Hills Parks and Recreation Commission.
Joe graduated from Troy High School in Fullerton and went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Fullerton. Joe also graduated from the Orange County Sheriff’s Academy and has taken several advanced courses related to public safety and community leadership. He hopes to utilize his past training and experience, both in the private and public sectors, to help guide the direction of CVUSD.
In his free time, Joe enjoys golfing, camping with his family in their RV, relaxing at the river, going on cruises, and spending time with family and friends.
Jack Young grew up in Michigan and attended the University of Michigan - Flint. He began teaching in Del Rio, Texas and received his Master’s Degree from Baylor University. He moved to California in 1989, and worked in the Ontario-Montclair School District as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and district office administrator. His administrative credential is from the University of California - Riverside. In 2016 he was elected to the Upland Unified School District Board of Trustees, and is a member of the Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Commission. When he lived in Texas he was a volunteer fireman. He has been a long time HAM radio operator and a volunteer for Helping Out Pets Everyday (H.O.P.E). He currently works at the University of La Verne supervising student teachers, and volunteers at Foothill Family Shelter.
Jack met his wife, Robyn, while traveling in Germany. Jack and Robyn have one daughter, Heather who graduated from Upland High School. In his spare time he likes to read, exercise, listen to music and perform with the Music Masters, a swing band in Upland.