Lovett leader selected as School Leadership Institute faculty
Stacia McFadden, a member of The Lovett School faculty since 2011, was recently invited to serve on the faculty of the School Leadership Institute (SLI), an institute with national reach offered annually by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
The School Leadership Institute is designed for individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in independent school leadership and is especially meaningful for those who manage others, either formally or informally. Over the course of the week-long institute, participants hone their personal leadership behaviors, learn to inspire others to share a common vision, experiment with innovative ideas, and build collaboration, teamwork, and trust.
As Director of Academic Technology, Stacia leads a team of five and works collaboratively with parents, students, faculty, and community partners to support digital literacy and innovative learning at Lovett. Since 2012 she has served on the Executive Board of Atlanta Area Technology Educators (AATE); since 2016 she has been president of that organization. Stacia also remains committed to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and has served on the executive board of the Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter for several years.
Prior to coming to Lovett, Stacia worked as Technology Coordinator at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School (DC) and as a math and technology instructor at The SEED Public Charter School (DC). She holds degrees from Elizabeth City State University (NC) and Teachers College, Columbia University (NY) and presents regularly at local and regional conferences.