Dr. Stacey Gonzales is an educator, leader, and innovator. She has dedicated her career to inspiring others as an enthusiastic, curious, thought-leader in the field of education. She values developing authentic personal and professional relationships built on a strong foundation of trust. She is currently the Director of Curriculum & Instruction at Consolidated High School District 230, an award-winning three high school district in the south suburbs of Chicago. She strives daily to inspire, motivate, and engage leadership teams to ensure all 8,000 high school students are well-prepared for their post-secondary experiences. Prior to this role, she served as Director of Innovation for Indian Prairie School District 204, the 4th largest K-12 school district in Illinois. Dr. Gonzales has received awards and recognition for her ability to leverage technology to create meaningful connections. She presents nationally and locally on innovation, leadership, and learning.
She shares her tiny home office with Tim Gonzales, a super smart (and extremely patient) high school physics teacher. They hope their two teenagers, TJ and Kayla, will fall in love with learning more than gaming and Tic Tok, respectively. They have an 8 year old chihuahua, Mister, who has anxiety.
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