• School Libraries
  • Makerspaces
  • Marketing and Programming in Library & Technology


Stacy Brown is a part-time lecturer at The University of Washington Information School specializing in marketing and libraries and information organizations. Stacy is invested in strategic library programming that advances organizational marketing goals. She is the 21st Century Learning Coordinator and school library media specialist at The Davis Academy where she manages two libraries and innovation spaces in a rigorous academic environment. Stacy is a national presenter at educational technology and library conferences, including SxSWEDU, GaETC, TCEA, TLA, and ALA, where she advocates for the value of school librarians and libraries as critical, valuable components within a learning organization. She serves on the boards for the Atlanta Area Technology Educators and Savvy Cyber Kids, Inc. Stacy is the author of The School Librarian's Technology Playbook: Innovative Strategies to Inspire Teachers and Learners, a co-author of the book School Library Makerspaces in Action, and a regular contributor to a variety of professional journals.


  • MLIS, Florida State University, 2001
  • BA, English, Minor in French, The University of Texas at Austin, 1996