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Stacie Muñoz

Stacie Muñoz (she/her) is a distinguished educational technology leader with over a decade of dedicated service in independent schools. Her career began as a Digital Learning Specialist at Garrison Forest School, an all-girls institution in Baltimore County, MD. She later advanced to the role of Director of Educational Technology at Urban School in San Francisco, contributing five years of transformative leadership. Presently, she serves as the Director of Educational Innovation and Technology Services at Oakwood School, where she plays a crucial role in fostering the integration of cutting-edge technologies in educational settings.

As a passionate advocate for the utilization of emerging technologies, Stacie regularly speaks at various conferences, discussing critical topics such as medial literacy, social media and activism, and algorithmic bias. Her commitment to these subjects is deeply rooted in her dedication to promoting diversity and empowering women, particularly women of color, to take on leadership roles in independent schools.

Stacie’s academic achievements include a Bachelor's degree in Cinematic Arts Production from the University of Southern California and a Master's degree in International and Multicultural Education from the University of San Francisco School of Education. This distinctive blend of cinematic arts and multicultural education informs her innovative approaches to educational technology, establishing her as a unique and influential leader in her field.

Current Workshops

Women in Tech workshop

Empowering Women in Tech: A Program for Directors, Coordinators, and Aspiring Leaders in Independent Schools

Join us for this empowering program designed to support your growth and success as a woman leader in technology within the independent school community. Our facilitators will guide sessions to address the multifaceted aspects of the work and provide a platform for participants to share experiences, discuss dynamics, and offer mutual support. This program is open to both current and aspiring women-identified leaders in the field.

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