Board of Education
Mr. Michael Brooks-Jimenez, JD
Senator Michael Brooks is a proud resident of Southwest Oklahoma City. His family has called South OKC home for four generations. Michael’s mother taught at Oklahoma City Community College, and his father worked for Oklahoma City Public Schools. Michael earned his bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
Led by his entrepreneurial spirit, he opened Michael Brooks-Jimenez, P.C., in South Oklahoma City twenty years ago. Michael and his wife, Jessica started their family in Southwest Oklahoma City. Together they are blessed with two wonderful children. Michael dedicates countless hours every year to the Southwest Oklahoma City community. He serves as a mentor for Oklahoma City students, is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City, and a member of the South Oklahoma City Chamber.
Outside of his business and work at the Capitol, Michael continues his community service through his volunteerism for several organizations. He currently serves as President of the Board of Santa Fe South Charter Schools.
He is a former Board Chair and current member of the Latino Community Development Agency Board of Directors. He was also named Board member of the year in 2006 by the LCDA. Other boards include the Alliance for Economic Development, Former Boards include: Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. The Brooks family attends St. James Catholic Church in South Oklahoma City.
Tyler is an intentional creator of opportunities leading to communion and community. He is a builder of relational networks, focused on people-centered and community-formed co-creation. He works to help people move from isolation into togetherness and from competition into cooperation. He is a co-founder of Flourish OKC, a collaborative/creative platform, guided by a desire to see Oklahoma City realized as a city where all flourish. As a true community connector, Tyler has had the privilege of serving and living with an
urban missional community in downtown OKC, working abroad for a year with International Justice Mission in Cambodia, and continues to engage as a community catalyst alongside his extended family, representing Hobby Lobby in the areas of culture and community engagement.
Tyler finds life being outdoors, exploring and finding new cultural spaces, both as an individual adventurer and amidst his family and friends. He is joyfully married to his wife, Kristin, and celebrates his five amazing children, Asher, Isla, Juniper, Jed, and Greyson.
Ericka Thomas is an Oklahoma City native, and she currently works in Quality and Safety at a local mattress manufacturer. Coming from a low-income environment, she understands the value of high-quality education. She has eight wonderful children, who are her main reason to approach education with an “optimistic perspective. I believe that each and every student’s health is a main component, especially the learning process.” She encourages her students to strive for self-confidence and to not fear asking for help.
Dr. John (Ed) Frick
Ed Frick has served in public and higher education settings over the past thirty-one years. He earned a master's degree in education from Bucknell University and a doctorate in educational leadership and management from Drexel University. He has held roles as a teacher, building-level administrator, online education manager, senior development partner, clinical instructor, lecturer, assistant professor, and acting dean of academic affairs. His research interests surround connectedness, ethics, social capital, organizational leadership, and virtual networking.
Mrs. Vicky Primeaux
For Vicky Primeaux, the South Side of Oklahoma City had always been home. Vicky serves as the director of the Early Childhood Program for Faithworks of the Inner City, a Christian community development agency focused on the Shidler-Wheeler neighborhood in southeast Oklahoma City.
She is also a mentor to local teens. Ms. Primeaux is the Economic Development Director for Shidler-Wheeler Community Thrift Store which offers countless opportunities for teens and families within the community.
She enjoys having the pleasure of serving as secretary on the board for Santa Fe South and is the mother of two Saints.
Rosy Trujillo, formerly known as Rosana Muñoz-Guerrero, was born and raised in Tlacuitapa Jalisco, Mexico. She grew up in a bustling household alongside her eight sisters and one brother. At the age of 13, Rosy’s parents made the life-altering decision to migrate, and in 1995, she obtained permanent residency in the United States. Despite facing the challenges of her early years, including vivid memories of a bombing and a devastating tornado, Rosy has managed to rise above adversity and find her path to success.
After relocating to Oklahoma, Rosy attended public schools and eventually enrolled in Capitol Hill High School. It was during her time there that she encountered her future husband, Salvador. Rosy completed her high school education at Capitol Hill in 1999. Eager to expand her knowledge and skills, she continued her studies at the Community College.
Following her graduation, Rosy embarked on a career with State Farm, where she served as a Property & Casualty and life and health financial specialist. Her dedication and expertise in assisting clients with their insurance and financial needs became evident during her tenure.
In 2002, Rosy’s life took a significant turn with the birth of her first son, Alexander. Two years later, she received an invitation to venture into the real estate industry, which marked a pivotal moment in her career. In 2005, Rosy obtained her real estate license, coinciding with the birth of her second son, Julian. It was during this time that her husband joined her in this new venture, cementing their partnership and shared commitment to real estate.
In 2007, Rosy and her husband welcomed their third son, Salvador, into the world. The following year, in 2008, they jointly established Legacy Real Estate Group. With a growing family and a burgeoning business, Rosy and her husband decided to approach the real estate market cautiously, patiently waiting to see how it would recover from the collapse experienced between 2006 and 2009. They skillfully flipped homes, acquired and maintained properties, positioning themselves for future opportunities.
After a decade of strategic planning, an opportunity finally arrived for Rosy and her husband. In 2018, they embarked on the construction of the current Legacy Office, which officially opened its doors in 2019, just before the onset of the global pandemic. In 2020, their son also joined the family venture, obtaining his license and further fortifying the Legacy Real Estate Group. Fast forward three years, and Rosy and her husband now oversee a team of ten Legacy Family members, with their business becoming an integral part of a supportive and respected community.
Outside of her professional pursuits, Rosy finds joy in spending quality time with her family, including her cherished dog, Choforo. Her hobbies include traveling, reading, and continually seeking innovative ways to enhance her business. Guided by her core values of respect, trust, and love, Rosy is driven to accomplish her big plans and forge a successful path ahead. At the youthful age of 41, she stands poised to make a lasting impact in her industry and create a legacy of her own.
Past agendas, minutes, and documents
February 2024 - Board Agenda
January 2024 - Board Agenda
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