Stacey Wang serves as the Advisor in the Office of the Superintendent for Oakland Unified School District where she focuses on collaborating with school leaders, teachers, parents, students, and the broader community to transform schools from traditional models to innovative and personalized learning schools. Prior to this role, Stacey was the Director of Personalized Learning supporting a cohort of ten schools in Oakland to pursue personalized learning as part of the Next Generation Learning Challenge $2.8M grant opportunity. Stacey was formerly a Manager at Monitor Deloitte in their strategy consulting practice, focusing her efforts on helping Fortune 100 companies, education institutions, and nonprofits solve problems around strategic growth, innovation, and large scale organizational transformation that spanned numerous functions industries, and operations. Her interest in education was sparked when she helped a San Francisco not-for-profit school in the Tenderloin district develop a ten-year growth strategy and execution plan. From there, Stacey joined the Board of Trustees for Leadership High School, a high-achieving independent charter school and became an Education Pioneer fellow in 2010, focusing on developing quality community pilot schools for Oakland Unified School District. Stacey pursued an MBA at Columbia Business School with a focus on social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management and has an undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business. Stacey has consulted numerous education organizations such as Education Pioneers, SF Ed Fund, NYC Dept. of Education, and School of One. She was also a runner up at SF Start Up Weekend 2013: Next Gen Schools for her ideas of creating personalized next gen schools.