Bill Stubblefield is co-founder and lead pastor of The Difference Maker’s Fellowship of  Lubbock, Texas, and a graduate of Wayland Baptist University. As a community leader and advocate in the work of academic and economic equity for families in underserved communities,  Pastor Stubblefield serves the parents and students of the Lubbock Independent School District as Vice President of the Board of Trustees. 

Pastor Stubblefield recognizes that the Church and the community can, and should, partner together on the local, state, and national levels, to effectively make a difference in the lives of the people they mutually serve. To that extent, Pastor Stubblefield is a member of the Mayor’s  Community Engagement Task Force, the West Texas Chapter of the 100 Black Men of America, the Texas Association of School Boards, Pastors for Texas School Children, and the national organizations, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement and the Leadership Sustainability  Institute for Boys and Men of Color, both whose work focuses on bridging the achievement gap for African-American and Hispanic men and boys. The designation of Estacado High School as  Lubbock’s only Early College High School is a direct result of Pastor Stubblefield’s involvement with these national organizations.  

Pastor Stubblefield likes unwinding on the golf course, taking in a movie, or relaxing with a  good book. But, what he enjoys most of all is spending time with his family. He and his wife,  Bridgette, have three children, Cameron, Deverick, and Alora.