Joseph Lenz Graduated from California State University Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and received his Master of Science in Correction from Pepperdine University. Mr. Lenz has been re-elected six times to the Upland Unified School District Board of Trustees and has also served eleven consecutive years as a member for Baldy View ROP. Joseph Lenz has been on the Board of Education 12 years.
Vice PresidentCharles UhalleyCharles J. Uhalley has served on the Chaffey Joint Union High School Board of Trustees since 1977. His wife, Connie, is a retired school teacher. They have two daughters who both graduated from the Chaffey District and four grandchildren who attend local public schools. Charles has a B.A. Degree from the University of California, Riverside and J.D. Degree from La Verne Law College. He has been in private law practice since 1975 and is a member of various professional organizations. Charles serves on the County Executive Committee and is a California School Board Association Delegate. He supports working with parents, local businesses, cities and other school districts in order to increase the effectiveness of school programs for all students. MemberSylvia OrozcoSylvia Orozco was elected to the Board of Education in November 2006. She has served on the City of Chino General Plan Steering Committee to the completion of project; was appointed to the Climate Action Plan Advisory Committee; and serves as an ROP Commissioner. She currently is serving on the City of Chino Citizen's Recognition Committee; San Bernardino Civil Service Commissioner (since December 2008); YMCA Board of Directors (since 2007); Citizens for Kids Educational Foundation (current treasurer); and District liaison to the Chino Hills Parks & Recreation Commission. Additionally, she has worked with organizations that serve students including Measure M Citizens Oversight Committee and the Chino Valley Unified School District Strategic Planning Committee, and she was also a founding member of Chino Hills USABaseball. MemberNancy Treser Osgood
Nancy 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.