Bob Sage was appointed to the UCFSD board of directors in July 2014, filling the vacant Region B board seat previously held by Eileen Bushelow.
Bob was educated in public schools, attending his home town schools in Concord, MA for K-12. At Concord-Carlisle High School he was co-captain of the Wrestling team and participated in a variety of school and community activities including Soccer, Math Team, Band and the exchange program to Vincennes, France. He also worked every week washing dishes in a school cafeteria. Bob graduated in 1986 in the top 10% of his high school class and then attended the University of Michigan where he earned a B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 1990. He later completed a M.A. in Chinese Studies from the University of Toronto and an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan.
Bob’s twenty year career in technology and operations has taken him to three continents with several Fortune 500 companies. He specializes in running large programs to improve company operations, improve customer service, and utilize new technology. Through this work he has developed expertise in Finance, Technology, Real Estate, Contract Negotiation, Human Resources, and Process Improvement. Prior to moving to Pocopson Township, Bob’s career took him and his family to the Philippines and Hong Kong. His full professional resume can be found on Linked In here.
Bob and his wife, Amy, and their three children moved to the district in 2009. All three kids are in UCF schools, and will be there for many years to come. Bob is deeply committed to the success of UCF schools, and his kids will personally experience the results of UCFSD board decisions in the years to come. This motivates him to make sure the Board sets the right goals, makes good decisions, and implements the best policies.
In his spare time, Bob enjoys woodworking, Big Ten sports, and home improvement projects.
Bob looks forward to partnering with parents, teachers, administrators, community leaders, and the other UCFSD board members to equip our kids with the knowledge and skills they need to be fully contributing members of our society – ready for college and ready for work.