Senior Research Advisor

Stacey Campo has worked within community schools since 2003 as a social worker, organizer, director of youth leadership, community school director and deputy director for Children’s Aid in New York City.  She has her master’s degree from Columbia University in Social Work and her doctorate in Urban Education from The Graduate Center.  Her dissertation focused on the leadership partnership between community school directors and principals in the community school model. She is particularly interested in the intersection between education and social work, school climate and youth leadership.  Currently, Stacey is the Senior Research Advisor with the National Center for Community Schools and consults with M. Fletcher and Associates.

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