Stacey Bess

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Stacey Bess
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Born (1963-10-16) 16 October 1963 (age 55)
Salt Lake City, Utah United States
Occupation Author and Educator

Stacey Bess is an author and educator, best known for Nobody Don't Love Nobody, which was made into a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie in 2011 called "Beyond the Blackboard."

Nobody Don't Love Nobody is the story of Bess' first teaching job, the only assignment she could find, at a school that worked with homeless children in a shelter. She was told she'd teach k–6th grade, but she instead taught k–12th.

Stacey has a BA in elementary education from the University of Utah. Her service has been recognized with a number of awards, including the National Jefferson Award for Greatest Public Service by Someone 35 Years or Younger.[1] Other awards include: Delta Kappa Gamma Educator's Award, Rescuer of Humanity from Project Love, Distinguished Woman of the Year from the American Association of University Women. She now works as a public speaker, advocating for the educational rights of impoverished children.

Stacey and her husband Greg have been married for 38 years and are the parents of six children.[2]

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  1. ^ "National", Past winners, Jefferson awards.
  2. ^ About, Stacey Bess.