Based out of DMGS' Harrisburg, PA office, Stacy assists clients in navigating the state government. Her previous experiences in government relations and working for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives have helped her build a thorough understanding of state government. Her intimate knowledge of the legislative and grants process, as well as the legislative and grants drafting order, allows her to assist clients effectively. Stacy's accomplishments include successful advocacy on behalf of her clients including enactment of several laws. Prior to working in the private sector, Stacy was a research analyst for the Republican House Health and Human Services Committee where she wrote and analyzed policy relating to health and human services issues in Pennsylvania. While serving on the committee, she worked on issues such as health savings accounts, newborn screening, hospital payment legislation and many drug and alcohol treatment issues. She also served as a constituent correspondence writer for the House Republican caucus where she worked on the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness, Environmental Resources and Energy, Liquor Control, Education and Health and Human Services Committees. Prior to working in Harrisburg, Stacy served as a legislative assistant in the district office of former State Representative Jere Strittmatter from Lancaster County.
Stacy is a member of Women in Pennsylvania Government Relations, and a volunteer for the Lemoyne Business Association. She previously served on the Lemoyne Borough Council, as well as the Republican Committeewoman for Lemoyne. Stacy is a 2011 graduate of the Anne Anstine Excellence in Public Service Series. She’s also the 2010 Recipient of the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association President's Award for advocacy. In 2010, Stacy served on Governor-elect Corbett's Transition Team for the Department of Labor and Industry.
Stacy received a B.A. in Government and Political Affairs from Millersville University.