Dr. Stacey Bose has been involved in public, private, and international education for over 25 years both in the United States and abroad in the countries of South Korea, Brazil, Panama, and Ecuador. She is certified in the State of Pennsylvania as an elementary teacher, reading specialist, and K-12 principal. Dr. Bose has served in a variety of educational roles over the years prior to entering the field of higher education full-time. These roles include elementary teacher, reading specialist, K-12 curriculum and instruction coordinator, assistant principal, accreditation consultant, and adjunct professor. Before joining the faculty at Cairn University, Dr. Bose spent four years in the School of Education at Liberty University. In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses residentially and online at Liberty University, Dr. Bose held the positions of director of the reading specialist program and director of accreditation.
Dr. Bose and her husband served as missionaries with the Bible Fellowship Board of Missions for 18 years. She has been married to her husband Scott for 25 years. They have three children: Kaylee, Emalina, and TJ.
Dr. Bose’s life verse is 2 Corinthians 5:17 which says, “If any man be in Christ, He is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” She is passionate about using the experiences and gifts the Lord has given her to train educators to “walk a different path” and make a positive impact as they serve in public, private, and international schools all around the world.
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