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Stacy Matula boasts a wealth of experience and expertise shaped by a diverse background. A Honolulu, Hawaii native and proud Omaha resident, Stacy's roots trace back to a family with a strong military legacy—her father proudly served as a Marine. With over 30 years in finance and administration, Stacy possesses a unique skill set that aptly prepares her for the fiduciary responsibilities of the State Board of Education.

Throughout her career, Stacy has held leadership positions in both small businesses and multi-million dollar companies, including Nordam, a prominent aerospace entity. Her tenure there equipped her with a world-class business operations education, where she excelled in managing global trade compliance. Further demonstrating her commitment to excellence, Stacy earned Lean and Six Sigma process improvement certifications, showcasing her ability to optimize resources, minimize waste, and drive development.

Stacy's dedication extends beyond her professional endeavors to her faith, family, and community. As a mother of three adult children, grandmother to four grandchildren (including two bonus grandchildren), and great-grandmother to two, she holds these familial connections dear. Actively engaged in her community, Stacy has assumed various leadership roles at Lord of Hosts church in Omaha, reflecting her commitment to service.

A graduate of Omaha’s Harry A. Burke High School, Stacy’s educational journey includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Family Services from Xplore Nations Bible College, a degree in Medical Office Administration from Dickinson Business School, and a Certificate in Sign Language from Tulsa Community College.

In her candidacy for the Nebraska State Board of Education, Stacy Matula pledges to be an attentive steward of taxpayer dollars, advocating for responsible spending, fiscal transparency, and accountability. Her collaborative approach aims to forge strong community partnerships among parents, teachers, and local stakeholders, fostering educational betterment in District 4.

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