BUSH BOARD OF TRUSTEES: MEET 2022-2023 NEW TRUSTEES
The Bush School’s Board is made up of twenty-five volunteer Trustees that oversee governance of the school. The board is the guardian of the school’s mission. It is the board’s responsibility to ensure that the mission is relevant and vital to the community it serves and to monitor the success of the school in fulfilling its mission. The Board meets monthly during the school year.
This fall, we continue to highlight the newest members of the Board of Trustees. We have asked our new Trustees a series of questions to help the community get to know them a bit better.
Name: Omar Shahine (Parent of Sarah '25 and Miles '29)
Why do you serve on The Bush School Board of Trustees?
“To contribute to fulfilling the mission of The Bush School and give back for what we feel is an incredible environment for children to learn.”
What are some of your goals and visiosn as a member of the board?
“To learn how to be a good board member and serve the school and community. To ensure that the capital campaign builds on the success of the high school campaign and provided the school with much-needed space for community and learning.”
What excites you about the future of Bush?
“Continued improvement of the facilities, faculty excellence, and a diverse student and faculty body.”
Is there a Bush faculty or staff member that has inspired you and why?
“Percy. We have learned so much from listening and reading Percy's messages to the school community - in particular during the pandemic and during start of the Black Lives Matter movement.”
Favorite spot on the Bush campus?
Current favorite show or series?
“The Bear and House of the Dragon.”
How would your kids describe you?
“Serious and nerdy.”
What is something people may not know about you?
“I’m an avid photographer (travel, landscape, astro).”