Leading at the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and workplace culture, as CEO of Rework Work, Stacey focuses on reworking how companies work; including how they attract, recruit, hire and engage employees, effectively creating inclusion and belonging for all.
In her role as Executive Advisor and Diversity Strategist, she coaches and advises executive leaders on DEI strategies for the business while offering a no-nonsense approach to education for the broader employee population. As a globally recognized keynote speaker, leadership consultant and sought-after expert on DEI, Stacey has provided subject matter expertise to Harvard Business Review, SHRM, Fast Company, Skillsoft, Forbes, NPR Radio, BBC Radio, and the Association for Talent Development.
Stacey is the creator of a course on the topic of unconscious bias which was the #1 most viewed course on the LinkedIn Learning platform for 2021. With several courses on the platform, she has surpassed the milestone of having reached more than 1 million unique learners on this course alone and more than 2 million learners overall. Her courses have been translated into several languages for global consumption. Her work has been utilized by Fortune 100 companies around the globe including, Microsoft, GE, HP and AT&T. Stacey is also the author of Unbias: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work, a book that reached #1 on several Amazon New Release lists and is utilized by several universities as course content.
Previously employed as an Adjunct Professor teaching Diversity in Organizations at Phillips Graduate University, she now teaches at Pepperdine University in the Business School where she earned her MBA. Formerly the Director of Education for the largest SHRM affiliate in the country, Stacey earned both her Inclusive Workplace Culture credential and her SHRM Senior Certified Professional certification from the Society for Resource Management (SHRM).
She was recognized by Pepperdine University as a Top 40 Over 40 Leader and awarded a George Award as an outstanding alumni leader. Additional accolades include recognition by the Los Angeles Business Journal for her work in Diversity and by Forbes as a Top 3 Business Leader Who Spoke Out About Diversity & Inclusion.
A mom of three daughters, she is proud of the work she does to make all the difference in the world, as she knows that will eventually make the world a better place for them.
- Getting to Unconscious InclusionTM
- Uncovering the Why of DEI
- Leading the DEI (R)Evolution
Digging out of Diversity Debt
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