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Board of Directors

Governance and Regulations

World-Class Education in San Antonio

Director and President

Angelina Osteguin was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She served on the Board as President for South San Antonio Independent School District for 2 years, 2016-2018. She also previously served as Board Secretary for 2 years, 2014-2016. Mrs. Osteguin is co-owner and administrator for To Care Enough CPR an AHA Training Center. As the Administrator and BLS Instructor, she oversees 215 American Heart Association BLS Instructors. Mrs. Osteguin also has 10 years of experience as co-owner and administrator for Texas Covenant Education Inc., a for-profit Texas Career School for adult education in Allied Health.

Mrs. Osteguin is married and has three children, one of whom was the Valedictorian of South San High School in 2015. The other two currently attend South San Antonio ISD. Angelina is a proud 1992 graduate of South San High School. That same year she received her Cosmetology License. Serving her community as an advocate for education is a commitment Mrs. Osteguin takes great pride in to achieve.

As a former trustee of a traditional school district, Mrs. Osteguin worked closely with the school board Attorney. Besides upholding four years of fiduciary duties and responsibilities, her responsibilities included setting policy for operations, balancing an annual budget, and implementing Robert's Rules of Order. 

Mrs. Osteguin also established community meetings and programs to inform and receive feedback. The meetings and programs had clearly defined objectives to enhance the reputation and recognition of the school district. 

During her tenure as Board President, South San Antonio ISD was recognized by the Texas Education Agency for their intense focus on improving student outcomes through Lone Star Governance (LSG). Commissioner Morath on October 3, 2018 announced South San Antonio ISD as a LSG mentor district for eight school districts in the Exemplar Cohort.

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Director and Vice President

Elda L. Flores is a retired educator of 38 years who has served the Texas public schools in the capacity of bilingual teacher, G/T teacher, campus vice-principal, campus principal, Director of Student Assessment, and Executive Director for Pupil Services.

She has served the city of San Antonio, Texas, City Council District 4, as a member of the San Antonio Public Library Board of Trustees from 1997-2012. She has also served in the South San Antonio ISD School Board of Trustees from 2016-2019. In 2017, Elda earned a micro-credential for Focusing Board Time on Student Outcomes through the Texas Education Agency.

She graduated from Dilley High School in 1969, Our Lady of the Lake College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1973, and Our Lady of the Lake University with a Master of Education degree in 1980 in San Antonio, Texas.

Elda is married to Ruben G. Flores, also a retired educator of 40 years, and has two children; a son named Andrew and a daughter named Ana Maria. Elda and her husband have traveled to all 50 states in the United States and have visited over 30 countries around the world.

Mrs. Flores is knowledgeable in classroom instruction as a result of teaching bilingual education in elementary school, evaluating teachers as a vice-principal and principal in elementary schools. Elda knows and understands State testing and Accountability as a result of serving as the District Testing Coordinator. She recognizes the importance of PEIMS as a result of directing, guiding, and training campuses on the importance of coding for the purpose of accurate reporting in the school district.

Another forte of Mrs. Flores is interviewing and hiring staff at a campus. As a school principal and as an Executive Director, Elda has interviewed and hired staff. She understands the importance of staff development for all campus staff. When necessary, she also knows the importance of creating growth plans. Elda also values due process and is knowledeable about the grievance process.

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Director and Secretary

Edward Mungia was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from the International School of the Americas, a magnet school in the North East Independent School District

Mr. Mungia graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Loyola University, New Orleans in 2015. Since then he has worked for District 4 Councilman Rey Saldaña and currently Councilwoman Dr. Adriana Rocha Garcia. He previously served as a board member for MOVE Texas and South San Antonio ISD.

Mr. Mungia serves as a Hispanic role model with Hispanics Inspiring Students' Performance and Achievement (HISPA) in San Antonio, Texas. He served as a board member of MOVE San Antonio, Texas.

During his tenure as a South San Antonio ISD board member, Mr. Mungia was active in the District's budget presentations and deliberations. He studied the District's finances in order to advocate for a Tax Ratification Election (TRE).

As a board member at South San Antonio ISD, Mr. Mungia also helped coordinate two-way, board-led conversations about various topics. He ensured parents had an opportunity to give their opinion. He also ensured these meetings were held in the evenings to better accommodate families the District served.

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Director and Treasurer

Doyle Valdez was born and raised in Austin, Texas. Upon graduating from Reagan High School, he worked full time while attending St. Edward’s University to earn his Bachelor of Business Administration. His strong love for family and community, as well as his deep understanding of the unique diversity in Austin, led him to run for the Austin ISD school board. In 1998, Mr. Valdez was elected Vice President of the Austin Independent School District Board of Trustees. After serving four years as Vice President, he was elected President in 2002. Serving as President of the Austin ISD Board of Trustees from 2002 to May 2006, he helped evaluate, establish, and institute public education policy while serving as the media and community spokesperson.

Mr. Valdez has served on the Advisory Board for the Ann Richards School for Young Women, the board of E3 Alliance, and the board of Austin Partners in Education (APIE). He has also served on the Austin Area Research Organization (AARO) board since 2007. In addition, Mr. Valdez is the President and owner of Valco Resource Management, Inc., an oil and gas consulting firm that has been in business for over 30 years.

Serving on the board of Austin ISD gave Mr. Valdez the opportunity to be involved and oversee bond elections and bond implementations. He is cognizant of the fiduciary responsibilities that come with budgeting and completing facility construction in a timely manner.

Mr. Valdez currently serves on three non-profit boards and is a finance committee chair on two of those boards. He understands the need and importance of fundraising. He has experience working on fund raising campaigns.

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Edward Mayberry was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He has over ten years of management and administrative support experience. He has strong interpersonal, analytical, research, customer service, training, report writing, supervisory, verbal, and written communication skills.

Mr. Mayberry is experienced at developing relationships with organizations around the community to promote City of San Antonio programs and services to the public. He is the President of Slick Talkers Toastmaster's Club and a Mentor at Gaveliers 4-H Club.

Mr. Mayberry graduated from Brackenridge High School in San Antonio Independent School District. Director Mayberry graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Policital Science and Master of Public Administration from Texas State University.

Mr. Mayberry has over 10 years of community service management experience. In his role as a Community Learning Center (CLC) Supervisor, he supervised Basic Adult Education and English as a Second Language classes.

The CLC offered social services, financial and health literacy programs to the community. He knows how to engage the community and ask them what programs are needed. For example, based on community feedback they tailored the classes at the Community Learning Center based on the community's need.

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7CsThrive, Inc. - Meetings, Agendas, and Minutes

Saturday, January 4, 2020

10:51 AM - 4:58 PM 

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

6:37 PM - 8:18 PM

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6:31 PM - 8:21 PM

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6:31 PM - 9:52 PM

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020
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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

6:30 - 8:00 PM