Stacy Fischer is Director of the Center for Global Education at Drew University. She has more than 25 years experience in higher education, including roles in college admissions, fundraising, and study abroad.
At Drew, Stacy manages a portfolio of 15 short-term, faculty led programs for undergraduate, graduate and theological students; 6 domestic programs; and an array of partnerships for semester study abroad. She is a Certified Education Abroad Professional and currently serves as a Forum Certification Assessor.
Stacy earned an MA degree in English Literature and holds a BA degree in English Literature and French. A recipient of a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, she spent a year in Rennes, France, where she acquired a passion for Breton crêpes and "cidre".
Read below to find out a bit more about Stacy:
Where have you studied or lived abroad?
London, England & Paris and Rennes, France
Best piece of advice you've ever received?
Sometimes the best thing to do is nothing at all.
Tell us one thing people probably don't know about you.
I served as an interpreter for French speaking visitors for the 1994 World Cup.