Meet Fuller's Administrators

  • Mrs. Fenner  

    Mrs. Cheryl Holland Fenner, Principal

    Mrs. Fenner is a Raleigh native with 19 years of experience as a practicing teacher and administrator. She comes from a family of educators, and as a proud graduate of NCCU, Mrs. Fenner has devoted her career to work in public schools. She is excited to serve Fuller's families in Southeast Raleigh and across Wake County, carrying on a long-standing tradition of excellence at Fuller Elementary. Previously, Mrs. Fenner served as the assistant principal at Wake County's Hilburn Academy. Ms. Fenner continues to be focused on sustaining the exceptional growth that Fuller students have demonstrated in the past, supporting the culture of instructional leadership among teachers, and nurturing the gifts and talents of all children.

     

    Mrs. Stanford

    Dr. Kenyann Stanford, Assistant Principal

    Dr. Stanford has filled multiple roles at Fuller, including music and piano teacher and Magnet Coordinator, since 2008.  She has served as Assistant Principal since 2014.  She is a graduate of the West Virginia University College of Creative Arts, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, and the East Carolina University School of Education.  Dr. Stanford received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at the East Carolina University School of Education, authoring a study focusing on equity in student discipline and the relationship between discipline gaps and academic achievement gaps.  Four of Dr. Stanford's six children are Fuller alumni who continued their GT/AIG magnet journeys at Ligon Middle School and Enloe High School, and her two youngest are current Fuller students.  Dr. Stanford's gifts and passions include piano, musical theatre, summer reading, kayaking, state and national parks (but especially canoe camping in Algonquin National Park in Ontario, Canada), biking, college football, any sport or performance in which her kids or her students participate, and Fuller GT/AIG Magnet Elementary School!