Mrs. Stuerman was born and raised in the small Southern town of Nashville, Georgia. She attended Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia and Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. In 1997, Mrs. Stuerman received her B.S., Ed. In Early Childhood Education from Wesleyan College, the first private, liberal arts college for women. She later obtained a M. Ed. In Educational Leadership from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville followed by her EdS. in Educational Leadership from Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia.
In 1997, Mrs. Stuerman began her teaching career at Northside Elementary. During her fourteen years as an educator at Northside Elementary, she taught various grade levels including Pre-K, First and Third Grade along with serving students in Kindergarten through Fifth grade as the Math Early Intervention teacher. In 2013, Mrs. Stuerman was excited to join Russell Elementary School as the Assistant Principal of Instruction and School Testing Coordinator.
She is married to John Stuerman and they have two sons. Mrs. Stuerman loves her Patriots and is proud to serve the Russell Elementary community!