Eric Osorio

Eric was born and raised in the Bronx, NY. He is a Prep for Prep alumnus who attended Horace Mann School in Riverdale, graduating in 1992. He attended Tufts University, where he was a double major in International Relations and Sociology. After Tufts, Eric worked for twelve years at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA. Beginning as a fellow in the admission office, he held a number of different roles both in and out of the classroom over the course of his Nobles career, including Associate Director of Admission and Director of Multicultural Services. In addition to his administrative responsibilities, Eric enjoyed his roles as both a history teacher and a football coach at Nobles. In 2005, he took a sabbatical to pursue his Master’s Degree at Teachers College, Columbia University. He was honored with a Klingenstein Fellowship, earning his degree in Private School Leadership in 2006. Upon his return to Nobles, Eric was appointed as the school’s first Dean of Diversity Initiatives, and was a member of the Senior Administrative Leadership Team. After returning to New England for two years, Eric has now moved back to his beloved home in New York City. He currently serves as Assistant Head of Upper School at Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Eric has been blessed with a number of educational opportunities in his life, and is excited to bring his passion for education to Bronx Arts.