Ginny Clancy has over 30 years of experience at Stony Brook University, including
10 years of administrative support in the Office of the President, and Special Projects
Coordinator for the Vice President for Entrepreneurial Programs.
She was part of the lead administrative team which launched the academic programs
at the Southampton Campus. She served as Assistant to the Dean for Southampton, and
the Operations Manager for the Center for Wine, Food & Culture at Stony Brook from
Ginny joined the Sustainability Studies Academic program in 2010 when those programs
were relocated to the main campus, and served as Undergraduate and Graduate Program
Coordinator until 2016. Her many roles included 6 years of service on the Campus
Earthstock Committee and Campus Sustainability Task Force.
As part of a merger in 2016, Ginny has now joined the team at SoMAS. She now serves
as the Graduate Program Coordinator of the Educational Programs Office. She is now
serving on the Campus Data Stewardship Committee, and SoMAS Strategic Planning Group.
Ginny received her Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences – areas
of concentration included; Political Science, History, Sociology, and Psychology.
She went on to attain her Master’s degree in Liberal Studies focusing on Women’s Studies
and Art History, and has recently completed the Advanced Graduate Certificate in Higher
Education Administration at Stony Brook University.
Ginny was nominated and selected to receive The Chancellors Award for Excellence in 2016 in the area of Professional Service.