SF Board of Education Elects Kevine Boggess to Serve as Vice President

SF Board of Education Elects Kevine Boggess to Serve as Vice President

Press Release

San Francisco (March 22, 2022) - The San Francisco Board of Education unanimously elected Kevine Boggess to serve as vice president. 

Boggess was elected to the Board of Education in November 2020. He fills the role of vice president that was vacated when Commissioner Jenny Lam became the board president on March 11, 2022.

"My hopes are to support President Lam and the rest of the board to govern effectively and regain the public trust, as we work to ensure that all students are successful,” Vice President Kevine Boggess said.

Vice President Boggess grew up in San Francisco, attending public schools including Thurgood Marshall Academic High School. After graduating high school, Boggess attended and graduated from SF City College and transferred to Morehouse College in Atlanta to complete his degree. 

For almost 10 years Vice President Boggess has served as the Education Policy Director at Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, working to transform the schools through policy change at a local, state and national level. In this role, Boggess spends each week at school sites and with district students, families, teachers and administrators to support young people and families in fighting for improvements in the education system. 

The Board of Education is comprised of seven members, elected at large to serve four-year terms. Board officers are elected annually or when there is a vacancy. 

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