Dr. Stacey Wilson-Norman Biography
Dr. Wilson-Norman has more than 25 years of experience and has successfully attained diverse leadership positions in public education with state and local agencies. Prior to joining CCS, Dr. Wilson-Norman served as the chief academic officer with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Additionally, she has served students and families as a teacher, principal, assistant and deputy superintendent.
During her distinguished career as an educator, Dr. Wilson-Norman received numerous notable accolades, multiple recognitions and served on various boards and organizations such as the North Carolina Middle School Association, The Southeast Comprehensive Center Executive Board, Communities in Schools, Durham Partnership for Children, and Made in Durham.
She has been recognized as Principal of the Year for Durham Public Schools and Central Office Administrator of the Year by the North Carolina Middle School Association. Dr. Wilson-Norman has held adjunct professor roles at North Carolina Central and Gardner-Webb Universities.
Dr. Wilson-Norman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration, Master’s degree in Educational Administration both from North Carolina Central University and a Doctorate from Gardner-Webb University.