An independent school educator for 26 years, Eric Osorio began as an intern in the admission office at the Noble and Greenough School outside of Boston.
During his twelve-year tenure he expanded the school’s diversity program, and in 2006, was appointed the school’s first Dean of Diversity Initiatives. Mr. Osorio spent four years as Assistant Head of Upper School at Packer Collegiate Institute, before returning to New England in 2012 as Dean of Students grades 6-12 at Worcester Academy. In 2015, he joined the Swift School in Atlanta, Georgia as Associate Head of School. Mr. Osorio currently serves as the Associate Head of School at the Calhoun School in New York City.
Mr. Osario holds a BA from Tufts University, and an MA in Private School Leadership from Teachers College. He received a Joseph Klingenstein Fellowship, and has presented his work and research at both regional and national conferences including NAIS Annual Conference and NAIS People of Color Conference (PoCC). In 2007, he was honored to serve as co-chair of NAIS PoCC Local Planning Committee, and currently serves as co-director for the NYSAIS Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI). Mr. Osario is a proud alumnus of Prep for Prep, an experience that continues to inform the work he does in independent schools. He resides in New York with his wife Roberta, twins Jasmine and Jordan, and son, Eric, Jr.