Director of Community Outreach
Pamela Stanfield is an award winning designer who has worked in marketing and advertising for over 15 years. She recently joined the University School of Jackson as the Director of Community Outreach. Prior to her time at USJ, Pam spent a decade working with Economic Development clients at Younger Associates in Jackson, TN, where she served as Director of Creative Services. Pam’s background also includes working as a designer in a small design boutique called Combustion for over three years in Memphis, TN. In 2004, she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from Memphis College of Art. Pam is passionate about volunteering within her community, and currently sits on the board of two local non-profits. Pam also enjoys photography and gardening. She and her husband Daniel Stanfield live on a farm just outside of Jackson, TN with their daughter.
It is with great honor that the University School of Jackson announces the appointment of Mr. Jim Hardegree as our Associate Head of School, Dean of Students effective July 1, 2020. “Mr. Hardegree brings with him a tremendous amount of respect and trust, not only from me, but by our entire...Read More
The University School of Jackson is pleased to announce the promotion of Lauren Yancey to Assistant Director of the Camille and Ralph Jones Academic Center (JAC). Lauren will assist the JAC Director, Christy Glenn, in the day to day operation of the center and with the instruction of qualifying USJ...Read More
Nineteen of our Upper School Concert Choir students were selected to participate in the University of Tennessee at Martin's annual Honor Choir held January 16 and 17. Students spent Thursday and Friday working with faculty and guest conductors in preparation for their performance with the Jackson Symphony in May. The following...Read More
It is with great excitement that the USJ Board of Trustees announces Don Roe as the next Head of School. A lifelong West Tennessean, Don has been a part of the USJ community since July 2012 when he was hired as chair of the History Department where he also taught...Read More