Who are we?
We are EA. We are its Board of Directors.
We are Escuela Americana’s Governance body, made up of 16 members (Trustees).
We are parents of Escuela Americana; 15 of us are elected by the Parent body, and 1 is an ex-officio member appointed by the U.S. Embassy.
What do we do?
We represent, and guard the school’s mission.
We are charged with celebrating, honoring and understanding Escuela Americana’s past, fortifying its present, and ensuring that its future is mission driven.
We do this by overseeing EA’s financial affairs, physical resources, establishing and directing policy and strategy for the school.
We appoint the General Director who is charged with the technical and instructional aspects of the school. The General Director is responsible to the Board for the efficient and mission driven operation of the school.
How can you become a member?
As stated in our policies, participation in a Board Appointed Committee is a pre-requisite to run for a position at the Board of Directors.
If you are currently serving in a Board Appointed Committee, and would like to run for a Board Position, please download the form here. Please note that forms must be returned by the deadline set for each election year.
If you’re interested in joining a committee, please download the form here.
Escuela Americana Board of Trustees:
Carlos Moreno, Felipe Castro, Sara Gasteazoro de Menéndez, Ana Cristina Quiñónez, José Mayorga-Rivas, Ernesto Rivera Richardson, Cecilia de Kahn, Vanessa Rubio, Carlos Palacios, Ana Maria Viaud Licea, Ana Cristina López de Tamayo, Alejandro Mondini, Alexia de Chamorro, Rodrigo Cruz and Brad Doebel (ex-officio member).