Roger Oser | Principal, Ostiguy High School
Roger Oser has served as the Principal at ABCD’s William J. Ostiguy Recovery High School since its inception in October 2006. Ostiguy High is one of the first high schools in Massachusetts for young people in recovery from substance abuse addiction and the first recovery high school to receive national accreditation by the Association for Recovery Schools. Roger believes in the importance of community involvement and partnerships and in addition to sitting on the national board for the Association for Recovery Schools, currently serves as the co-chair of the Boston Youth Service Network. His participation in the 2015 Massachusetts Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP) has allowed him to continue to develop his skills not only as educator, but also as an advocate for students and school communities who are in danger of being marginalized. Roger looks forward to participating in the learning community within the Lynch Leadership Cohort and continuing to increase the impact of his efforts working with underserved populations. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree from the Citadel.