Lori Scott

Lorri Scott has been employed with the San Bernardino City Unified School District for 17 years as an elementary fourth grade teacher. Before beginning her career as a teacher, she was employed with the County of San Bernardino for 11 years. Ms. Scott graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. She continued her education and received her Master’s Degree in Arts and Education as well as GATE certification. Over the course of her career, she has coached elementary sports, led the CAPS program for several years, and served on the Black History implementation team. She is a proud godmother of 8 children (one of whom was a former student). She is a member of National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. In her spare time, she is a very competitive bowler who enjoys bowling in leagues and tournaments. In 2006, she was crowned Co-Champion of the California USBC Association Princess Tournament. She has bowled a total of three perfect games during her career and has enjoyed being the President of the Inland Empire Ladies Club.

Stacia Olguin

Stacia Olguin received her Bachelor of Science Degree at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources and Management. While achieving her degree she was a member of Lambda Alpha Delta National Honor Society and a proud member of the International organization, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. With over 7 years of experience in Management, Human Resources, Finance, Payroll and Project Development– Stacia brings a plethora of new and innovative knowledge to the field of business administration. Currently, Stacia is a supervisor for the University of California, Office of the President, overseeing multiple areas within the fast paced and detailed Payroll Department. In 2013, The University of California began an initiative to streamline business services into one centralized location to ensure compliance, efficiency, and productivity across their 10 campuses, 5 medical centers, and laboratories. Stacia has been an invaluable resource in the development and implementation of this project– effectively named, the UCPath Center.
Throughout her career, Stacia has been recognized for her efforts to improve processes, deliver excellent customer service and serving the campus community at large. Recently, Stacia was recognized for taking on the vigorous task of developing a Workers’ Compensation department for the UCPath Center. Shortly after joining the company, Stacia received the esteemed Award of Innovation to highlight her achievements in developing the Workers’ Compensation department as well as her overall dedication to the UCPath Center and the University of California. Her commitment and involvement with the UCPath Center has made her renowned among numerous UC campuses, leadership within the UCPath Center and outside vendors.
Stacia is a native of the Inland Empire and by following in the footsteps of the matriarchs in her family, she has dedicated her time and effort to serve and give to those in her community. By extending a hand of service, working on completing her Certified Payroll Personnel certification and MBA; Stacia continues to be an integral part in the growth and betterment of the community.

Brenda Montoya

Brenda Montoya has been employed with San Bernardino Unified School District as an elementary school teacher for 6 years. She has over 10 years experience working in education. Prior to working as an elementary school teacher she was employed by Inland Early Steps as a Behavior Intervention Specialist in the early childhood education program. Mrs. Montoya graduated with high honors from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She received her teaching credential from Cal State San Bernardino. Mrs. Montoya enjoys furthering her education and ability to help scholars by attending trainings and receiving certifications in math, reading, Kagan, and GLAD. Mrs. Montoya recently received her Bilingual Authorization credential and looks forward to teaching in SBCUSD’s dual language program. She is a mother of three boys and enjoys watching them grow into caring and contributing members of society. In her spare time she enjoys living an active lifestyle, spending time with family, and photographing life’s precious moments.

Talena Hill

Talena Hill has been employed with the San Bernardino City Unified School District for 12 years. Her educational journey began in 1993 as she was employed with Val Verde Unified School District. The positions held were: Noon Duty Aide, Reading Intervention Aide, and Special Educational Aide. Working those positions inspired her to pursue a career in teaching. Ms. Hill went on to start a rigorous education at Cal State San Bernardino which enabled her to attain a B.A in Liberal Studies w/ a concentration in Human Development in (2005). Shortly after, she obtained her teaching credential. Tenaciously, she continued her education receiving a M.A in Curriculum and Instructions in (2008), an Administration Credential in (2011), and a Masters in Educational Administration (2011). Ms Hill commits to staying current with educational practices by attending trainings, conferences, and expanding her knowledge to the highest level to increase student’s educational growth. She is a mother of two daughters who are productive citizens in society. She enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.