Tex has served as the president of Antioch University Los Angeles since July of 2011, having previously served as interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs since July of 2009.
Prior to that, Tex was president of Western Wyoming Community College, a position he held from 1988 until 2008. During his tenure as president of WWCC, Tex was appointed chairman of a Governor’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Colleges, appointed a commissioner for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, and twice elected to serve as a senator in the Wyoming State Legislature.
Tex’s commitment to education began early in his career when he served as a Peace Corp volunteer in Thailand. As a volunteer, he taught English at the National College for Physical Education and was an assistant coach of the Thai national track and field team.
A graduate of Ferrum Junior College and Davis and Elkins College, Dr. Boggs received both his master’s and doctoral degrees from Cornell University. Tex and his wife, Lien, have three adult children and one grandchild.