Stacey is a dynamic, energetic workforce development professional, with a passion for making things run more smoothly and efficiently. She thrives on partnering with clients, and coming up with solutions that improve their business and the lives of their employees and end customers. She is a trained engineer, with advanced degrees in manufacturing and operations management, logistics, supply chain, and Six Sigma methodologies, as well as a certification in adult training and development.
She has worked in manufacturing since 2007, with staff roles in engineering and quality and leadership roles in operations and training & development. She has worked in the learning and development space, within manufacturing, for over a decade, and approaches it with a systematic, practical approach gained from my engineering and operations background. She first worked with The Institute for Management Studies in her roles at Swagelok- and is proud to be the exclusive partner for our region. She has experience in a number of large manufacturing companies, across multiple industries in both the public and private sector, as well as experience at two national non-profit manufacturing trade associations.
A snapshot of companies she has worked with includes Owens Corning, Avient (Formerly PolyOne), Swagelok, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ford, Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions, the National Tooling, and Machining Association, and the Precision Metalforming Association.
She is an active mentor and scholarship funder for College Now Greater Cleveland, a volunteer and donor for Valley Riding’s Therapeutic Riding Program, and a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Stacey is a Board Co-Chair for the Women in Manufacturing Ohio Chapter and was recently appointed as a Board member for Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U).
Stacey thrives on helping solve her clients’ challenges, and she looks forward to helping you with your workforce development needs.
Stacey resides in Cleveland, OH with her furry partners-in-adventure, Betty and LeeLoo. When she’s not designing and delivering great training, Stacey enjoys making art, reading new books and listening to podcasts, exploring new coffee shops, breweries and distilleries, watching sunrises and sunsets on Lake Erie, participating in car shows, and tinkering in her home and garage on a variety of projects.