Saddle Brook School Board Trustee Steps Down
Board of Education trustee Keith Rosso announced his plans Wednesday to vacate his seat on the board and accept a job in Texas.
For the second time since January's reorganization, a newly elected Saddle Brook Board of Education trustee is stepping down.
Keith Rosso, 24, announced his resignation Wednesday, NorthJersey.com reported.
The politically precocious Rosso, who was first elected to the board while still a student at Saddle Brook High School, announced at Wednesday's meeting that he would be leaving New Jersey to take a job in Texas.
His last meeting will be March 20.
The Stevens Institute of Technology grad is currently an associate at Manhattan investment management company AllianceBernstein, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Rosso served on the board from 2007 to 2010, and again from February 2012 to the present. He rejoined the board last year to fill the seat left vacant when trustee Lenda Fayez died in January, and then won a two-year term last November.
Rosso is the second trustee to resign this year. Christopher Winnie, who won a three-year term in November, stepped down in January — just a couple weeks after being sworn in — to avoid a potential conflict of interest, according to NorthJersey.com. Winnie was replaced by Regina Barrale.
The board is advertising to fill the Rosso's seat through the end of the year. Interested candidates have until April 9 to submit a letter and resume to Business Administrator Ray Karaty.