As a former teacher, team leader, campus and district trainer, assistant principal, principal and director of human resources, Stacy Frenchwood has worn many hats in the public education sphere.
Stacy’s journey to educational leadership began at Prairie View A&M University, where she earned a bachelor’s in education at the Benjamin Banneker Honors College. After graduation, she went into teaching and was named Teacher of the Year for Outley Elementary in Alief ISD.
An interest in educational leadership led her to earn a master’s in educational management and principal certification at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She served as an assistant principal for six years before being named principal of Miller Intermediate School, a role that expanded her vision of the educational system at district, state, and national levels.
From there, Stacy became the director of human resources for Alief ISD, where she developed systems and supports to hire and retain staff, mentored and coached staff, supported campus leaders and provided training for all district employees. During this tenure, Stacy earned her doctorate in educational leadership from Houston Baptist University.
Stacy and her husband met at Prairie View A&M University and are the proud parents of Joshua and Lauryn. They have a poodle, Tyson, who brings much joy to the family. To relax, Stacy enjoys watching sports, traveling and spending time with family and friends.