Stacy began her Advocacy and Education Specialist role with CASA in August, 2019. She has always had a passion for meeting the social, emotional and educational needs of children. Decades ago she realized the best way to do this was to become a teacher! She earned her Bachelor of Science in English Education from the University of Georgia and her Master of Education from Georgia State University. Stacy has been actively involved in education by teaching the public, private and online setting. She started a business teaching home school English classes, volunteered on many Educational Committees, and served on Forsyth County School Councils at Chestatee Elementary, Little Mill Middle and North Forsyth High School.
Stacy firmly believes the link between a child's home life and his/her educational outcome is one that goes hand in hand. She feels that CASA is the perfect organization to advocate for children and their families by providing the best resources, compassion and care in all areas that relate to a child's best interests. Stacy hopes to utilize her passion for children, her educational experience, and her position as a CASA Advocacy and Education Specialist to provide continued collaboration and educational resources between CASA and local schools to effectively serve the children in our area and beyond.
Stacy is thrilled to be working for CASA of Forsyth County and realizes the blessings of being a part of such a wonderful community!