Select Redstone Projects

  • Developing and helping to implement a strategy to advance gender and reproductive equity, focusing on the intersection of movement building and civic engagement, access, and judicial and legal issues
  • Launching an initiative to replace traditional textbooks with open educational resources at community colleges to improve college access and degree completion for students, while increasing pedagogical freedom for faculty
  • Helping a new community organization in California design a strategy to achieve climate neutrality while promoting economic vitality and community cohesion
  • Establishing a strategy to increase college and career-readiness for K-12 students in the US, and evaluating the impact of the foundation’s work


Stacey has worked on strategic planning, advocacy evaluation, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning for a variety of clients during her time at Redstone. Her experience spans K-12 and postsecondary education, gender and racial equity, politics and advocacy, health and reproductive equity, climate and environment, and Bay Area communities. Based on her work to develop advocacy strategies and support coalitions, she has authored publications on movement-building and advocacy campaigns.

Stacey joined Redstone from a B.A./M.A. program in political science at Yale, where she received the Hadley Prize for the top graduate in the social sciences and served on the executive board of the Yale Debate Association. Previously, she worked with a political consulting firm and for the US Department of State. After helping to launch Redstone’s California office and spending a decade in the Bay Area, Stacey moved back to Colorado, where she lives with her husband Nick and their cat Cricket in Louisville and spends her weekends in the mountains rock climbing.