Team Spotlight for August - Mary Ann Stabile
Please join Superintendent Dr. Patrick O’Toole in recognizing Mary Ann Stabile, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, for being selected for our Teammate Spotlight feature, August 2015.
Currently in her 29th year in the District, Mary Ann was hired as Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and School Board Stenographer on June 16, 1986 by then Superintendent Dr. Robert D. Christiana.
As Executive Assistant, she has also served as “the right hand” to Superintendents Dr. William A. Pope, Dr. James D. Lombardo, Dr. Terrence J. Kushner, and currently Dr. Patrick T. O’Toole.
According to Dr. O’Toole, “Mary Ann is an integral member of our leadership team and a valuable resource to the staff and community. She possesses a tireless work ethic, a wealth of experience, and a passion for ‘delivering excellence’ at USCSD.”
Mary Ann’s additional roles include being assigned to the position of Right-to-Know Coordinator and assisting with public relations and communications for the District:
Among her numerous achievements, Mary Ann is proud of developing the Google Docs paperless packets for School Board members and the School District’s current system of paperless Board meetings. In addition, she has written an article published in the December 2011 issue of The School Administrator entitled, “Paperless Initiatives Boost Our District’s Connectedness,” and has presented at several national conferences:
Writing press releases
Updating District’s website
Assisting with former electronic eBLAST
Mary Ann is married to her best friend and husband, David, for 38 years. They have three children – Christopher (age 36), Jason (age 31), and Angela (age 27), and three grandchildren – Alex (age 15), Elizabella (age 8), and Mason (age 4).
2009 National School Boards Association Conference – Transitioning from Paper to Electronic Communications
2010 National School Boards Association Conference – Transitioning From Paper to Electronic Communications
2011 National School Boards Association Conference – Continuing the Transition from Paper to Electronic Communications
2011 National School Boards Association Webinar – How eFFECTIVE Are Your eCOMMUNICATIONS?