Roberta Osorio​

Roberta is currently the Middle School Academic Dean at Convent of the Sacred Heart. While at Sacred Heart she had the pleasure of writing a curriculum for the fifth grade that focused on identity, equity, and diversity. Before joining the CSH, she worked at the Galloway School in Atlanta as Upper School Assistant Principal. There, Roberta chaired the committee that totally revamped the Senior Project Program into a researched-based inquiry project rooted in the English curriculum. While in Georgia she also founded and Directed a People of Color in Independent Schools Chapter for the Atlanta area. Currently, she co-directs PoCIS NY, an organization whose mission is to support professionals of color in New York independent schools through professional development and networking. After completing undergraduate work at Columbia University with a major in English, Roberta completed her M.Ed. at Harvard School of Education in Human Development and Psychology. Throughout her nineteen-year career in schools, Roberta has held various roles including Director of Admissions and Dean of Students. Currently, she lives in Riverdale with her three children and husband.

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