Sue Bosland

Sue Bosland is the 11th Head of National Cathedral School. She joined NCS in 2019 after 18 years of leadership at Kent Place School, a girls' school serving grades Junior Kindergarten through 12 in Summit, N.J.
 
Ms. Bosland made lasting contributions to the lives of students and the future of Kent Place through her constant promotion of education, her vision and inspiration, the development of the school's positive image, her encouragement of faculty and staff, and her participation in significant advancement efforts.
 
Ms. Bosland's administration at Kent Place helped advance research and work on girls' leadership styles, which had an impact on curricular development and provided support for the creation of the Girls' Leadership Institute. She championed the creation of signature programs such as the Ethics Institute, Global Learning, Summer Camp, Sustainability, Economic & Financial Literacy, and STEM.
 
Ms. Bosland was most recently a partner at the executive search firm Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, focusing on independent schools. She is taking a leave of absence from that position while she serves as NCS Head.
 
Before coming to Kent Place, Ms. Bosland was an administrator and also taught science at Newark Academy and science at Kingswood School Cranbrook. She holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Denison University and a master's in educational administration from Teachers College of Columbia University.
 
Ms. Bosland recently completed a term on the board of trustees for the National Coalition of Girls' Schools, and she also served as president of the Heads Network, board secretary for the Head Mistresses Association of the East, and board chair of the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools.