Stacey is an inspirational and team focused leader with 15 years of experience in nonprofit and government sectors. A consummate professional who is focused, results-oriented, and grounded in deep knowledge of public policy and research, she is guided by a passion for public service, applies skills and knowledge to promote effective outcomes for individuals, organizations and society.

Stacey is an expert at data-informed decision making, empirical research, and analysis. Throughout her career she has advised government leaders including the Executive Office of the Secretary of Education, the Mayor of Providence, RI, and the NYC Chancellor of Education. In addition to her public sector consulting work, Stacey is the Assistant Dean for Administration & Planning at the University of Texas at Austin where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on the structure of the American social welfare system with a focus on the disproportionate social, economic and political problems of vulnerable populations.