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Gawthrop Greenwood attorney and partner Stacey L. Fuller has been named Vice President of the Board of Directors for the West Chester Area Education Foundation. The Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization with a mission to supplement creative, meaningful, real-world experiences for students in the West Chester Area School District. Fuller has served as a board member since 2017.
“Stacey has been a valuable and dedicated board member for the West Chester Area Education Foundation,” says Deb Maccariella, President of the West Chester Area Education Foundation. “Stacey also serves as the Committee Chair for the Financial Support for On-Campus Programs, which provides mini-grants for WCASD teachers, staff and community members to supplement creative and meaningful experiences that align with the foundation’s mission of connecting district curriculum with real-world experiences.”
Named “Lawyer of the Year 2022” by Best Lawyers in America®, Fuller practices in the areas of Education Law, Special Education Law, Municipal Law and Land Use Law. She represents charter and alternative schools and students and their parents in education and special education matters. She also represents municipalities, townships, boroughs, planning commissions, zoning hearing boards and other governmental entities, as well as individual developers and residents, on issues such as zoning and other land development matters.
Fuller is a member of the Board of Directors for the Chester County Bar Foundation. She has previously served on the boards of Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry, Chester County Bar Association, West Chester Area YMCA and Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary Club. Fuller is a dedicated supporter of the March of Dimes, serving on the board of March for Babies and as an Ambassador Family for the March for Babies in West Chester, and chairing the Sponsorship Committee and evaluating nominations for the March of Dimes’ Salute to Chester County Women of Achievement.