COLUMBUS — The Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Delegate Assembly has elected Scott E. Huddle as the association’s 2020 president-elect.

Huddle serves on the Mad River Local Schools Board of Education in Montgomery County. He was elected during the Annual Business Meeting of the OSBA Delegate Assembly.

Current OSBA President-elect Lee Schreiner, a member of the South-Western City Board of Education in Franklin County, will become OSBA president Jan. 1. Huddle will take over as OSBA president in 2021 following his term as president-elect.

The president-elect’s duties include serving on OSBA’s Board of Trustees and Executive Committee and chairing the Legislative Platform Committee and Federal Relations Network. He currently serves on OSBA’s Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, Federal Relations Network, Nominating Committee and Southwest Region Executive Committee. He was the Southwest Region president in 2018.

The Dayton-area resident has been a member of the Mad River Local Schools Board of Education since 1999. A client executive at Optum and Ohio State Highway Patrol auxiliary officer, he currently is serving as the school board’s president.

The retired U.S. Air Force Reserve major, who served with the 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, grew up in Pataskala and graduated from Southwest Licking Local Schools’ Watkins Memorial High School in Licking County. He earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati.

Huddle and his wife, Karen, a kindergarten teacher in the Mad River Local School District, have been married for 32 years. Their three children, Kelly, Tyler and Alison, are all products of public education.

(Information courtesy of OSBA.)

 

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