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Ronald Trabanino, Board President
Mr. Trabanino was elected to the Garvey School Board of Education in 2013 to a four-year term.
Bob Bruesch, Board Vice President
Mr. Bob Bruesch was elected as a member of the Garvey Board of Education in 2013 to a four-year term.  In 2003 he was elected to a two year term and  reelected two times to four-year terms in 2005 and 2009.  Before his election to the School Board, Mr. Bruesch was a teacher  in the District. A graduate of Whittier College, Mr. Bruesch has been actively involved in the initiation and implementation of the Garvey Education Foundation and has a high interest in developing community partnerships and support from organizations such as the Kiwanis Club.  While teaching at several District schools, Bob developed camping and youth clubs for students. Bob was a former member of the Rosemead City Council and also  served as Mayor of the city. He was a semifinalist for State Teacher of the Year, inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame in 1997, and  a Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award winner in 1994.  Mr. Bruesch was also awarded the Lewis Hine National Friend of Youth plaque in 2001.
Keilley Meng, Board Clerk
Ms. Keilley Meng was elected to the Garvey Board of Education in 2015 to a four-year term.

Maureen Chin, Board Member
Ms. Maureen Chin was elected to the Garvey Board of Education in 2013 to a four-year term.
Henry Lo, Board Member
Mr.Henry Lo was elected to the Garvey Board of Education in 2003 and re-elected in 2007, 2011, and 2015.  A graduate of Colby College in Maine. Henry has worked in public service for the past 13 years and was previously a staffer for State Senator Gloria Romero from 1999 to 2010.  Henry  has served as Board liaison to the District's Head Start Policy Committee and was instrumental in initiating and implementing the Garvey Education Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves the students of the district. Since the Foundation began, it has raised over $40,000 for Garvey District academic and extra curriculum programs.  Henry was  also very actively involved in the successful 2004 Bond Q campaign. He is very supportive of community partnerships in education and efforts for student achievement in every school of the Garvey School District.