Travel and event coordinator from the Vail Valley, planning and leading unique adventures around the globe. Having traveled to all seven continents and over eighty countries, Stacy has a deep interest in geopolitics and the United States’ standing on the International stage. She also has a philanthropic leadership background having served on the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas Board of Directors (Board Chair ’04-’05)), was a Big Sister for a decade, served as a child advocate for CASA of Travis County, was President of The Austin Junior Forum (’06-’07), volunteered for Meals on Wheels and numerous other non-profit organizations. She was recognized as ‘Young Leader of the Year’ by United Way Capital Area in 2006, and, due to her countless hours of volunteerism, Proclamation 505 was passed in the Texas State Senate in 2006, recognizing her for outstanding accomplishments and exemplary service. Originally from Texas, she has called Colorado home since 2007. While continuing to volunteer locally, she supports the education of several children in Kenya through the organization Moja Tu, is an avid supporter of Warrior Canine Connection and continues her quest to travel to and experience every country and culture around the world.