Dr. Stacie L. Stanley currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Stacie has served in a variety of education roles including classroom teacher, elementary school principal, math specialist, curriculum and staff development specialist, director of achievement equity and director of curriculum, assessment and instruction. Stacie is a Senior Training Associate for The Center for Culturally Proficient Practices and served as a contributing author for the text Innovative Voices in Education: engaging diverse communities (2012). Stacie continues to seek out and harness the voices that are missing from the table, and supports schools and districts in doing the same. She earned her doctorate degree from Bethel University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where she researched the impact of intercultural development on K-6 administrative leadership practice. Stacie is also a graduate school adjunct faculty member at Hamline and Bethel Universities in Minnesota. She lives with her husband, and enjoys being an empty nester, taking long walks, and spending time with their grandchildren.