Sue brings extensive experience in the independent school sector, having held key leadership positions in primary and secondary education over the course of three decades. Most recently, Sue completed a long and successful tenure as Head of School at Kent Place School, a position she held for eighteen years.
Sue well understands the challenges and opportunities in independent school education, especially strategic planning, development, capital campaigns, diversity and anti-bias initiatives, curriculum development, leadership training and coaching, building dynamic teams, and overseeing major projects such as new construction and the creation of innovative educational spaces.
Sue has actively brought her expertise to many boards in this sector, serving on boards for organizations such as the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools and The Head Mistresses of the East, and holding leadership positions at The Heads Network (formerly NAPSG) and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools. Additionally, she has served on the boards of individual independent schools. Other professional affiliations include: The Country Day School Headmasters’ Association (Member), The Headmasters Association (Member), and Teachers College, Columbia University (Field Instructor).
Sue Bosland is on leave for the 2019-2020 year.