Eric Doss serves as the Director of Quality Charter Services for the OPSRC. In this role, he supports public charter schools in a variety of ways, including developing technical services and solutions that provide cost-savings to schools, coordinating with other OPSRC directors to ensure that services meet the needs of schools and providing guidance and technical assistance to entities preparing applications for new charter schools.
After an award-winning career as a band director and music teacher in both Texas and Oklahoma, Eric took over the leadership of Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences (TSAS), a liberal arts-based charter school in 2010. During this time, he negotiated a move from the school's home in an office building to an historic district-owned building. He then coordinated the school's recovery from the fire that destroyed that building. In 2015, TSAS was named a National Blue Ribbon School and in 2016, the school moved to its final home in the Roosevelt school building, expanding to 7th-12th grades.
Eric was raised in Tulsa, attending public schools. He received a Bachelor's of Music Education from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a Master's of Education from the University of Oklahoma. He lives in Tulsa with his wife Rachel and two daughters.