Dr. Bob Stranger (Chairman)
Always a believer in parental school choice, Bob was an early supporter and continues as a tireless volunteer in support of Inland Leaders Charter School. His work experience includes a career in industry and a second career as business manager of two large public school districts. His public service includes several terms on the local school board, service clubs, church, and community service. His education ranges from Community College to an Education Doctorate at UC Riverside. A long time resident, married with four daughters and six grandchildren, (two of whom attend Dixon Montessori Charter School in the Sacramento area), he is committed to continued progress for Inland Leaders.
David Massongill (Secretary)
David Massongill is a lifelong resident of Yucaipa. He has been an investment representative since 1993. He currently is the branch manager/owner of Massongill Wealth Management. His practice focuses primarily on the personal retirement market in the Inland Empire, and offers both fee based and commission based full service financial planning. He attended BIOLA University on an academic scholarship where he graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing in 1993. He and his wife Stefani have three children, Emily, Robby, and Elizabeth. David has served on the elder board at his church and has been on the board for Inland Leaders since its founding. David is actively involved at church and enjoys art, snow skiing, fishing, remote control gliders, and four wheeling.
When I retired from teaching high school English in 2004, it was the culmination of 33 years of teaching elementary, high school, and adult school. Receiving a M.A.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Redlands allowed me to supervise student teachers and interns for U of R and Azusa Pacific University following retirement. The opportunity to influence new teachers to provide quality education for all students is one I take seriously. My previous experience of serving on the Yucaipa Christian School Board in the 1980’s has given me an understanding of what is necessary to serve on such a board for ILCS. I have followed the growth of this school since its inception, and seeing the school from the eyes of a grandparent has been enlightening. I am honored to serve this community of students, parents and staff on the Inland Leaders Charter School board.