Dr. Les W. Frost and Elizabeth Zamora have been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Westside Neighborhood School in Del Rey.
School officials note that Frost and Zamora will bring invaluable perspective and expertise to the Board of Trustees, particularly in the areas of educational innovation, long-range strategic planning and school endowments.
Frost brings nearly 40 years of experience as an educator in public and private schools in Los Angeles, and as a leader within the community of California Association of Independent Schools. He has been a teacher and educator since 1970.
Frost, who previously served as head of school for St. Matthew’s Parish School in Pacific Palisades, was honored by the Department of Education as a national distinguished principal in 1994, the only independent school head recognized that year.
He previously has served as a trustee at St. Timothy’s Episcopal School in Compton, the Brentwood School, the Center for Early Education, as well as for the California Association of Independent Schools.
Zamora is an active community leader who serves as vice president of the Del Rey Neighborhood Council. She is currently the executive director of Development and Alumni Relations for the UCLA School of Nursing.
Prior to joining UCLA, Zamora was the statewide director of institutional funding for the American Cancer Society California Division. She previously was on the founding advisory board for the Da Vinci Schools and was the chair of the Advancement Committee for Bright Star Schools.