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Ms. Stacie McGee, LMSW-IPR

Lecturer

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E-mail: sm60@txstate.edu

Stacie McGee, LMSW-IPR received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Texas State in 1992 and her Master of Social Work degree from Our Lady of the Lake University in 1994. A long-time adjunct to Texas State School of Social Work faculty, she also served as MSW Admissions Coordinator and is now a full-time Lecturer. She is also the Assistant Director for the Texas State to Canterbury Study Abroad Program, teaching social work classes in the UK every summer since 2005. She has worked in geriatric outreach, juvenile residential treatment, juvenile justice, program development, administration and grant writing, public school social work, for ten years, with children with different abilities and their families. She served on the NASW/Texas School Social Work Steering Committee, the mayor-appointed City of San Marcos Youth Commission, and with a Mediation Certificate from Texas State University, as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Hays County Alternative Dispute Resolution Center, where she still acts as a volunteer trainer. She has volunteered extensively in the San Marcos community, including on the Fundraising Committee and Scholarship Committee for the Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund, as the Volunteer Director on the Board of Directors for the Cattery Lounge and Snackery, as a 4H Leader, and with San Marcos public schools. She currently serves on the Family and Consumer Sciences Board of the Hays County Extension Agent. McGee's interests lie in International Social Work and Animal-Assisted Therapy.