Sister Amelia Stenger, American superintendent of schools. Joined Order of St. Ursula, Roman Catholic Church, 1967; certified superintendent, Kentucky.
Stenger, Sister Amelia was born on September 26, 1948 in Glennonville, Missouri, United States. Daughter of John Aloysius and Mary Teresa (Fuemmeler) Stenger.
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Brescia College, 1973. Master of Arts in Elementary Education, Eastern Kentucky University, 1980. Master of Arts in Administration, College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, 1986.
Teacher Precious Blood School, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1972-1975. Principal Christ the King School, Madisonville, 1975-1982, St. Joseph School, Bowling Green, 1984-1985. Associate superintendent schools Catholic Schools Diocese of Owensboro, 1984-1985, superintendent schools, since 1985.
Member Formula for Future, Owensboro, l988—. Member National Catholic Education Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Chief Administrators Catholic Education, Diocese of Owensboro Principals Organization (chairman l982-84), Owensboro Chamber of Commerce (education committee l989—), Kentucky Council for Teacher Certified and Accreditation.