Claudia Stack has 23 years of teaching experience ranging from middle school to graduate level courses. She holds a Master's Degree in Science Education from Harvard University. Stack has written and directed two feature documentaries and one short documentary about schools that African American communities helped to build during the segregation era. These films have been screened at national conferences, film festivals, colleges and schools. To view trailers for her films, please see stackstories.com
Collaborative, project based
2017- Cape Fear Ind. Film Festival- Featured Selection: SHARECROP 2015- International Independent Film Awards- Bronze Winner: CARRIE MAE: AN AMERICAN LIFE 2014- Pender Historical Society- Caputo Award 2012- Cape Fear Ind. Film Festival- Director's Choice Award: UNDER THE KUDZU 2012-Preservation North Carolina- Carraway Preservation Award 2011- Historic Wilmington Foundation- Brinkley Preservationist of the Year
1992- Ed. M. Harvard Graduate School of Education 1988- B.A. St. John's College
Stack holds certifications in Math, Science and Special Education in addition to her extensive documentary experience. She has designed and run programs that help first-generation college students prepare for and adjust to college.