In 2019, Stacey joined the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) as Regional Services Director. In her role at ACHE, she is responsible for advancing ACHE’s organizational goals through outreach and engagement of key stakeholders which are comprised of 78 chapters and Regents, made up of more than 1700 chapter leaders. A graduate of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, she earned her undergraduate degree in Communications and her Masters of Science from Roosevelt University in Integrated Marketing Communication. Prior to joining ACHE, Stacey served as the Director of Membership and Meetings for the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) and was responsible for the logistical planning and execution of two major professional development events: the ASPE Technical Symposium and the ASPE Convention & Exposition, serving as the primary point of contact with hotels, convention centers, vendors, and other service providers. In addition, she managed the development and hands-on implementation of all activities of ASPE's Membership Services Department ranging from membership retention activities, chapter relations, supporting membership needs and engagement, and serving as staff liaison to multiple society committees. She has also worked for several other associations in Chicago, including Bostrom Corp., the Warehousing Education and Research Council, and the Government Finance Officers Association.