Roxanna Bautista Villaseñor is a distinguished educational leader with an extensive 23-year journey in the realm of public education. Her career has been marked by her commitment to systemic change, equity-driven practices, and the pursuit of excellence for all students. With a deep understanding of diverse communities’ needs, Ms. Villaseñor has left an indelible mark on educational institutions throughout Sacramento, Yolo, and San Joaquin counties.
Ms. Villaseñor’s path to leadership began as a dedicated high school and middle school Science and Math teacher. Her passion for individualized learning experiences ignited a spark, motivating her to ensure relevance in the education for every student. Progressing through her career, she adeptly took on roles as a site administrator at the elementary, middle, high, and adult school levels, consistently achieving improved student data benchmarks across her sites.
Her visionary leadership extended to founding a California Public Charter School, a testament to her ability to build strategic systems and structures from the ground up. This tenacity for excellence led her to pivotal positions as a director of student services, executive director of secondary education, and Assistant Superintendent of Educational services. In these roles she fostered staff growth and student achievement through a systems-thinking approach, leaving a legacy of success.
Ms. Villaseñor recognizes the crucial role of leadership. Her systems-thinking approach and passion for education contribute to her ability to ensure a strong focus on prioritizing the needs of students she is assigned to support.