Since 2010, Stacey has served as the Director of Lab Services for The Living Legacy Foundation. In this role Stacey facilitates the daily operations of two certified clean rooms used for processing, preparation and cryopreservation of burn and wound skin grafts for needy recipients facing extensive injuries and non-healing wounds. These grafts play an integral role in meeting the demand for skin grafts nationally through the Skin and Wound Allograft Institute, a subsidiary of LifeNet Health.
Stacey joined The Living Legacy Foundation (LLF) in 2004 as a Hospital Services Coordinator. She came to LLF with a background in marketing and communications.
Stacey served nearly all hospitals in the LLF service area providing education, strategic development and donor case assistance. In 2005, she assumed the role of Manager of Hospital Services and directed the efforts of the Hospital Services and Communications teams to achieve donation goals and provide superior customer service to LLF’s hospital partners. Several years later, she assumed the role of Associate Director of Clinical Services, where she managed the operations of the Clinical, Family Services and Donor Services teams in addition to Hospital Services.
Prior to joining LLF Stacey worked for several advertising agencies in Baltimore with local, national and international clients. Most recently, Stacey had worked for a non-profit health improvement organization who was affiliated with Carroll Hospital Center. In this role she developed the youth initiative and launched a local volunteer center serving Carroll County. She obtained her MBA from University of Maryland University College in 2008 and holds a BS in Communications from Towson University.
Stacey is a member of the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations and NATCO. She is a past faculty member for NATCO’s Advanced Hospital Development Course.