Stacia Barreau, Ed.D.,
has 25 years of experience in public education. She has served in the role
of special education teacher, assistant principal, instructional specialist for
student services, principal, and director of special education. She
currently serves as the Chief of Elementary Schools and Compensatory Programs
for Hampton City Schools. In this role, she leads efforts to improve
student learning through the direct supervision of school administrators while
also supporting, guiding, problem solving, and coaching them in instructional
leadership, building a positive and effective school culture, and management of
personnel. Additionally, she is directly responsible for assisting schools’
re-focusing efforts to improve their leadership, culture, systems, structures,
instructional practices, and philosophies as well as developing, planning,
implementing, and evaluating the federally funded grant programs for Title I
and Title II.
Since 2014, she has been an adjunct professor in the educational leadership program at Old Dominion University, specializing in strategic leadership for school improvement and instructional leadership and supervision. She has been a leadership coach with ULLC since 2017 and is a member of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, Virginia Council for Administrators of Special Education, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Dr. Barreau earned her Bachelor of Arts from Hampton University, her Master of Science in education from Old Dominion University, and a Doctor of Education from the College of William & Mary.