Dr. Stacy Baudoin has been serving in the Pearl River County School District since 2003. Dr. Baudoin has worked in education for the past 23 years serving as a teacher, curriculum director, high school principal, director of secondary instruction, and assistant superintendent. She earned a bachelor’s degree and master's degree from the University of New Orleans, and a specialist degree and doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from William Carey University.

Dr. Baudoin is active in serving the community. She serves on the Pearl River Community College Board of Trustees. She actively works within the community meeting the needs of staff, students, parents and school board members. Dr. Baudoin has a passion for developing strong leaders and building effective teams within the school district and the community.

Dr. Baudoin lives in Carriere with her husband, Ivy. She has three daughters – Karissa (Husband Ian Kipp), Kyra (Husband Trey Weeks), and Korilyn. She is the proud grandmother of Liam, Lucas, and Lyla. Dr. Baudoin is passionate about ensuring that all students in Pearl River County receive a quality education in order to be productive citizens in our community.