Stacy joined Lone Star Justice Alliance in January of 2021, working within their specialized access to clemency program, The Survivors’ Project. Survivors’ Project fights to end the incarceration of children in Texas who are survivors of human trafficking and interpersonal violence, and to obtain clemency for those who have already been convicted of crimes tied to their own victimization.
Before joining LSJA, Stacy worked for Dallas County Juvenile Department at the Letot Residential Treatment Center. The Center is a specialized, post-adjudication facility that offers long-term therapeutically intensive treatment for at-risk, neglected and exploited adolescent girls.
Prior to working for Dallas County, Stacy was a volunteer caseworker at Dallas Police Department Headquarters in downtown Dallas. She was active within DPD for ten years and served as a victim advocate in the Crimes Against Persons Unit, and as support to the Cold Case Victims Squad. She was honored to receive the annual Service Award from the Crime Victims Council of Dallas.
She has served on the North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking, the High Risk Victims Task Force and was member of the Dallas Chapter of Cities Empowered Against Sexual Exploitation (CEASE), a pilot program of Demand Abolition that focuses on demand suppression tactics.
Stacy currently serves as the Board Chair for Poetic. Poetic is a local non-profit that supports exploited adolescent girls transition from the Juvenile Justice System to supported re-entry with an intensive aftercare program.
Stacy found her passion for justice system reform through her experiences working as a Civilian Deputy Sheriff in the Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff’s office in New Orleans, LA.