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SRA Foundation Board of Directors

Dr. Hennings
Dr. Robert Hennings and his wife, Charity, have two children, Anna and A.J. His family schedule includes swim team, ballet, karate, and church activities---just to name a few. Dr. Hennings has served students, staff, and families in traditional and charter public education through a variety of roles, including Teacher, Athletic Coach, School Counselor, Programs Coordinator, Principal, Schools Director, Assistant Superintendent, and Executive Director. Dr. Hennings has an AS in Radiologic Technology, a BS in Health Sciences, an MS in School Counseling, and Doctorate in Educational Leadership. He began his career in education in 1999 as a Teacher and Coach, before serving as a Counselor and then going into Administration. Some of Dr. Hennings's favorite activities include gardening, visiting museums, traveling-exploring, antique maps, hockey, baseball, and appreciating classic cars. He enjoys cheering for his favorite sports teams, especially the Dodgers.
Rich Quesada
Rich Quesada is a very involved parent for Santa Rosa Academy. Rich and his wife, Corie, have 4 children attending Santa Rosa. Cameron, a Senior, is a 4-year Varsity football player. Brendan, a 9th grader, also plays varsity football. Aaron, a 7th grader, also plays football and has started to assist the needs of the varsity football team. Jillian, a 4th grader, is the family cheerleader and also loves sports and is learning to golf. Rich has been the assistant coach of the offensive line for varsity football since 2019. In his other life, he works as a sales territory manager for Abbott's Cardiac Rhythm Management division. He has worked in the medical field for 20+ years, starting in bench research at USC to managing a team that helps implant and take care of patients who need Cardiac devices. His love for his kids shows in his involvement with youth through his church, school, and the community. He decided to be a part of the foundation board to help serve Santa Rosa and to become a liaison between parents and the Board. Rich graduated from the University of LaVerne with a degree in Biology, where he was ASB President and served in student body government for 3+ years. He has a long tenure as a manager in sales and clinical cardiac care. He was internationally certified by the Heart Rhythm Society in 2007, has obtained multiple sales awards, including being a multi-year President’s club winner and Territory manager of the year. His current volunteer experience is with our own Santa Rosa football Team, the SRA Foundation board, and he is currently an Elder at Canyon Lake Community Church.
Dan Torres
Dan Torres began his career in coaching in 1974 at William N. Neff high school in La Mirada, CA. He was part of the coaching staff to lead the football team to a CIF SS Championship. After winning the CIF Championship, he moved to the college level. He coached football at several division 1 colleges over the next several years. In 1983 Dan made the best decision of his life to marry his wife, Stephanie. Wanting to have more time available to his young family he went back to the high school level where he coached football and baseball. Dan moved his family to Temecula in 1994 and he began coaching football at Temecula Valley HS. He also coached softball and football at Rancho Verde HS. While at Rancho Verde HS Coach Torres earned the Sunbelt Coach of the Year award. Once his youngest son entered high school, he began coaching football and softball at Chaparral HS where he earned the Skyline League Coach of the Year award and the All Valley Coach of the Year award. Four years later he went to Vista Murrieta HS to coach football and softball. During his time at Vista Murrieta HS, he earned the All Valley Coach of the Year again. He also was awarded the All CIFSS Division 2 Coach of the Year award. His softball team was CIFSS championship runner-up. After so many years in the school system, Coach Torres retired in 2014.  In 2016, Santa Rosa Academy reached out to him to become our athletic director. Never able to stay away from coaching for long, he coached the HS softball team, leading them to a South Eastern League championship. He also earned a South Eastern League Coach of the Year. Under his leadership, we have earned 12 League Championships and one CIFSS Division 2 Cheer Championship. Dan Torres’ coaching and leadership embody the excellence and integrity that Santa Rosa Academy is founded on. 
Brooke Snell is a parent to two children at Santa Rosa Academy. She has one son in Eighth grade and one son in Ninth grade. Both children have been enrolled in blue track since Kindergarten, with the exception of 1 semester in red track. She retired from American Airlines, working as a Flight Attendant to become a stay-at-home mom. Brooke currently enjoys operating a home bakery focused on specialty cakes. Working from home affords her the opportunity to volunteer her time in many aspects at SRA, her children’s sports teams, and her church. Brooke and her husband have been married for 16 years and have lived in Menifee since 2009. As a family, they enjoy camping, music, and sports. She considers it a blessing to be a part of the SRA family and looks forward to the new growth and opportunities in the future.
Christine Salary
Christine Salary was born and raised in the city of Carson, California. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Biology from San Diego State University in 2006 and a Masters of Public Health degree from Loma Linda University in 2012. She and her daughter currently reside in the City of Menifee. Christine has worked in managed healthcare for the last eight years. Her focus has been towards helping members of a vulnerable population, gain access to affordable and high-quality medical care. She is highly skilled in the areas of data management and analytical reporting. Her education and work experience include assessing various determinants that impact overall health and ensuring providers consider these determinants in an effort to provide quality healthcare. Christine is highly trained in driving positive outcomes by analyzing situations holistically. As a foundation board member, she hopes to add a fresh perspective and holistic approach to Santa Rosa Academy's financial planning efforts, which considers all components of academic success.
June Nguyen grew up in Corona where she first met her husband while attending H.S. They both moved to Menifee in 2011 and started a family; a daughter who is an SRA Kindergarten Red Track graduate, a son who is a Preschooler, and a baby girl. June graduated from RCC with an Associates in Natural Science, Humanities, and Early Childhood Education-Assistant Teacher. June is also a graduate of Loma Linda University from the School of Allied Health with a Bachelor in Science in Respiratory Care. Currently, she is a stay-at-home Mom. Her husband is a Technical Sergeant in the US Air Force at March Air Force Base and is where June volunteers as the Key Spouse to the unit. June is involved in a number of organizations that support the military and local community. If June is not volunteering or making donations, she is working on DIY projects, RVing, or traveling with her family. She is honored to be a part of SRA and the SRAF Board Member family.
Judith Kuperberg Bock is a partner at Proactive Legal ~ The Bock Law Group, PC which she and her husband opened up in June of 2020. With financial cutbacks for individuals and school districts happening all around them, Proactive Legal was created to solve problems through cost-effective and innovative means in an effort to avoid costly litigation and create amicable resolutions. Proactive Legal started out as a General Practice firm with a focus on consumer law, small business, and employment defense with Brian’s main focus on representing school districts and business clients. Judith is forging a different path as her passion lies in helping the individual and their family so her area is Estate Planning - drafting the best will, living will, healthcare power of attorney, financial power of attorney, trusts, and how to correctly assign guardianship of children. Judith graduated from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, CA, and is licensed to practice law in CA. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara where she doubled major in Sociology and Psychology and graduated with honors a semester early. Prior to law school, Judith worked as a private investigator and an investigator for the Public Defender’s Office, and then as a District Attorney Intern. After she passed the California Bar Exam, she became a Plaintiff’s Lawyer specializing in employment discrimination and then worked as a Television Representative for the Screen Actors Guild before becoming Manager of Talent Negotiations for Cartoon Network (worldwide). After staying at home to raise her two children, Judith was approached and offered two long-term substitute teaching positions right here at Santa Rosa Academy: she taught Kindergarten and 2nd-grade. Judith enjoys volunteering and helping out her community. Besides being on the Board of her Church, Judith is currently an active member of the following clubs: Canyon Lake Newbie & Social Club, Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, Riverside County Bar Association, Canyon Lake Junior Women’s Club, Canyon Lake Woman’s Club, Mermaids of Canyon Lake, Co-founder of 9/11 Canyon Lake Tribute in Lights and the Canyon Lake Family Matters Club. Judith has worked on countless events and fundraising for these and other clubs and organizations. Judith loves to travel with her family and is always helping out one group or another. Judith looks forward to helping out the Santa Rosa Academy Foundation as much as possible.