KTEC High School is thrilled to announce Stacey Duchrow as KTEC High School’s Director of Workforce Solutions.

Duchrow brings numerous years of educational and industrial experience to the position, making her a true asset to the KTEC team and the high school’s student body.

Although Duchrow started her industry career as a Microbiologist at Abbott Labs, she soon discovered her passion for education. Fast forward 13 years later, and she is still going strong.

An experienced science teacher with Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) and Union Grove High School, Duchrow also served in numerous roles outside the classroom. This was especially noteworthy at Union Grove, where she was a dedicated STEM Coordinator, Career & Academies Coordinator, District Assessment Coordinator, and RTI Coordinator, all while developing 3 STEM pathways and working to strengthen the school’s college and career-ready culture.

Following Union Grove, Duchrow was the Manager of Business and Educational Partnerships for Milwaukee 7 Regional Economic Development (M7). She worked to foster career pathways, career-based learning, and STEM education throughout Southeastern Wisconsin during her tenure. In addition, she partnered with numerous organizations throughout the region to strengthen business and educational partnerships.

After leaving M7, Duchrow returned to KUSD, serving as the Assistant Principal at KTEC East. During her time at KTEC East, she created a Festo Mechatronics camp that allowed 8th graders to gain industry-driven skills in automation technology by gaining an NC3 certification.

Her passion is creating a curriculum pathway that helps all students find their future through robust career exploration and unique skill-based learning opportunities.