Stacey Manigault serves as the Facilities Superintendent for the International African American Museum. He is responsible for managing facilities, grounds, custodial, and other behind-the-scenes operations. A Charleston native, Stacey comes to IAAM from the Charleston County Aviation Authority after 26 years of service, where he was the Electrical Supervisor in the Maintenance Department. He participated in and oversaw a wide variety of maintenance and improvement projects, including the Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Project at Charleston International Airport. The project enabled the airport to cater to growing passenger traffic and needs. Mr. Manigault is a licensed electrician. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management from Voorhees College and a Masters in Management and Leadership from Webster University. He is also a graduate of the 2012 class of Leadership Charleston. He serves as a Deacon and a member of the Executive Ministry at First Baptist Church of James Island. Mr. Manigault enjoys coaching youth sports and supporting his three children in all they do. He looks forward to working together to fulfill the mission of the International African American Museum.