The March of Dimes is revealing the most remarkable women impacting business, health and public…
Continuing a career of civic and community engagement, Gawthrop Greenwood Partner Stacey Fuller has been asked to join the board of the West Chester Area Education Foundation. She has also been elected to the House of Delegates for the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
As a new board member for the West Chester Area Education Foundation, Fuller will be part of the WCAEF team that attracts private resources for the benefit of students in West Chester Area School District. The foundation is an independent, non-profit organization created in 2010 to help ensure district schools provide enhancements for students to prepare them for college and careers.
In addition, after two years as chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Municipal Law Section, Fuller has been elected as the new Municipal Section Representative to the PBA House of Delegates. Gawthrop Greenwood Partner Patrick McKenna has been elected Secretary/Treasurer of the PBA Municipal Law Section and Council. Fuller will once again speak at the PBA Municipal Law Colloquium on June 9, 2017.
Fuller’s law practice focuses on municipal law, land use law, education law and special education law. She is a member of the Board of Directors for Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania, as well as the Sponsorship Chair for the Chester County Salute to Women of Achievement benefitting the March of Dimes. Fuller has also served on the boards of the Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry, Chester County Bar Association, West Chester Area YMCA and Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary Club.