Dr. Stacey Mabray Master of Education Instructor
Ed.D., Georgia Southern University
Ed.S., M.Ed., Augusta State University
B.S., South Carolina State University
Dr. Mabray is an expert in educational leadership and curriculum development who has taught at universities in Virginia, Oregon and Nebraska. A graduate of South Carolina State University, where she majored in biology, she earned a Master of Education degree in educational leadership from Augusta State University and then became the K-12 science, health, physical education curriculum coordinator for the Richmond County Board of Education in Augusta, Georgia. In 2005 she earned an Educational Specialist degree in educational leadership, also from Augusta State University. She was appointed the county's senior director of curriculum and instruction in 2010 and principal of the George P. Butler Comprehensive High School in 2014. Mabray was awarded a Doctor of Education degree in curriculum studies by Georgia Southern University in 2012.
Georgia Science Teachers Conference Sessions:
"The Problem Is With the Fish or Is It? Creating a Culturally Relevant Classroom"
"You Want Me to Teach WHAT?! Standards-Based Instruction 101"
"Sustaining Our Most Valuable Resource: The Budding Scientist"
Principal, George P. Butler Comprehensive High School, Richmond County BOE, Augusta, GA, 2014-present
Senior Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Richmond County BOE, Augusta, GA, 2010-14
K-12 Science, Health, Physical Education Curriculum Coordinator, Richmond County BOE, Augusta, GA, 2003-10
Adjunct Professor, Concordia University, Seward, NE, 2020-present
Adjunct Professor, Concordia University, Portland, OR, 2012-20
Dissertation Committee Member, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
National Association of Educators
National Association of Science Teachers
Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors
Georgia Science Supervisors Association
Georgia Association of Educational Leaders
Georgia Science Teachers Association
Ruth Patrick Science Education Center & USC Aiken Robert Alexander Award for Outstanding Science Administrator of the Year
National Board Certification Adult and Young Adult Science