Rosalind Cox

Rosalind Cox is the Director of Facilities Planning and Construction Management for Madera Unified School District.  Rosalind received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of California, San Diego and a Masters Degree in Economics from San Diego State University.

In 2005, Rosalind began with Madera Unified where she was the Facilities Planning Analyst for a year before serving in her current position.   Under Rosalind’s leadership, the department oversees new construction and modernization of all district facilities and is responsible for the district’s short and long-term facility needs, enrollment and staffing projections, as well as attendance boundaries.

Since 2005, the District has built and opened seven new schools, two new aquatic complexes, completed various athletic improvement projects, and modernization projects.  Currently, the department is overseeing the construction of the new Matilda Torres High School project (scheduled to open August 2020), the new Concurrent Enrollment Middle School (scheduled to open August 2020), the CTE Modernization project at Madera High School, and the Athletic Field Improvement Project at Madera South High School.