Executive Assistant, Center for School Leadership
Stacey Lumley is the assistant to the Executive Director of Baylor’s Center for School Leadership. Ms. Lumley coordinates academies, institutes and learning networks for BCSL, along with other responsibilities for organization of the BCSL team.
Prior to this position, Ms. Lumley was the Community Engagement Coordinator at Baylor’s Mayborn Museum. In this role, she organized teacher workshops, school outreach programs and developed community partnerships, including the Waco Mammoth National Monument. Prior to that position, she taught elementary for two years after a career change in 2013. Her first career of sixteen years were spent working in the newspaper industry, half of those at the Waco Tribune-Herald.
Ms. Lumley graduated from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in communication. She is a native of Waco and in addition to her professional work, she serves on the advisory board of Providence Hospice, volunteers as a leader for Choices Seminars, and teaches a pre-k class at Meadowbrook Baptist Church.