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.
The University School of Jackson is very pleased to announce Cynthia Kirsch’s hiring as its new Lower School Director. Mrs. Kirsch brings an extensive background in independent schools, from having attended one herself from Pre-K through 12th grade to serving 20+ years in leading independent lower schools in Dallas...Read More
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USJ Announces New Director of Auxiliary Programs and a New After School Care and Camp Bruins Coordinator After School Care and Camp Bruins Director Faith Dixon and Assistant Development Director Cathy Garrett recently announced that they would leave USJ at the end of the school year. Both of these administrators...Read More