Stacy has been creating stories since she was five years old. She drew numerous pictures, and her father transcribed the story as the action unfolded on each page. Thus began Stacy’s writing career.
Her third-grade teacher was so impressed with one of Stacy’s short stories that she sent it to a well-known publisher for publication. With her teachers’ and mentors’ encouragement, she continued writing, and her poems and short stories were published in the school’s newsletter.
Stacy graduated from the prestigious S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Upon graduation, she moved to Boston and then New York City, finally settling in Los Angeles. There, she wrote, acted, and produced two short films: Getting Lucky and No One Island, which the latter she also co-directed. Both films garnered success on the film festival circuit, winning several awards, including Getting Lucky winning Honorable Mention at the Indie Gathering Film Festival, Best Comedy Film at the Deep-Fried Film Festival in Scotland, and Best Short Film at the Estes Park Film Festival in Colorado.
In 2013, Stacy began blogging about her humanitarian trip to Ghana, West Africa. Her stories gained the attention of the non-profit organization CMoma (now Kidsave), where she became a contributing writer.
Since the spring of 2014, Stacy has offered healing as a certified Usui and Karuna Reiki Master and Practitioner. She’s been asked to share her work and the health benefits of Reiki at various events.
Stacy is a member of the National Association of Memoir Writers and the Independent Writers of Southern California. She has several writing projects currently in development. When she’s not writing, Stacy enjoys hiking, painting, theatre, and volunteering at organizations within her community.