Liberty Union High School District Board MembersBoard PresidentPauline Allred was elected to the LUHSD Board of Trustees in 2014. Mrs. Allred is a Brentwood resident and a Special Needs Educator in the Brentwood Unified School District. She has volunteered many hours in the community including, area schools as well as other organizations. Mrs. Allred is also an active committee member with Boy Scout Troop 93 as well as a parent volunteer for the Heritage High School Parents Organization and Vice President for the Adams Middle School Band Booster. Her unique insights will benefit the community and working with staff, parents, and students. Current term ends 11/2022Board TrusteeRoy Ghiggeri was elected to the LUHSD Board of Trustees in 2010. Mr. Ghiggeri served 36 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator in the District. He is a proud graduate of Liberty High School and a lifelong resident in the area. For over 40 years Mr. Ghiggeri has been a partner in a local farming business. He has been actively involved in the various communities of East Contra Costa County and served on a number of committees and organizations. Mr Ghiggeri looks forward to serving the community and working with staff, parents, and students. Current term ends 11/2022Board TrusteeYolanda Peña-Mendrek served on the LUHSD Board from 2006-2010 and was re-elected in November 2012. She retired from the District after serving as Assistant Principal to both Liberty and Heritage High Schools. Mrs. Peña-Mendrek earned her Master's Degree in Education with an emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction and brings to the Board her teaching experience in English as a Second Language (ESL), Business Education, and Spanish. Current term ends 11/2020Board ClerkErick Stonebarger was elected to the LUHSD in November 2018. Mr. Stonebarger is a resident of Brentwood. Current term ends 11/2022Board TrusteeDr. Tamela H. Hawley was elected to the LUHSD Board of Trustees in 2020. She is a Brentwood resident and is a Vice President at the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) where she has served since October 2016. She joined WSCUC from the San Jose Evergreen Community College District where she served as Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness and Student Success. Tamela has been involved in quality improvement for over 15 years, serving as an examiner for the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program and as a judge and trainer for the California Council for Excellence. She also supports youth sports by serving as a superior judge for the United States Gymnastics Association. Her areas of interest include measuring institutional effectiveness in higher education and increasing access and achievement for diverse student populations. She and her husband are the proud parents of twins who graduated from Liberty High School in 2020. Tamela holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Higher Education & Work and a Ph.D. in Higher Education & Social Change from UCLA. Current term ends 11/2024.