Stacey Chavis

Public Speaker, Consultant, and Small Business Owner in Atlanta, Georgia

Stacey Chavis

Public Speaker, Consultant, and Small Business Owner in Atlanta, Georgia

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Stacey Chavis is the Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Campaigns Academy. She trains leaders to serve in elected or appointed office and serve in leadership positions for political candidates and campaigns. She also advises local, state and federal candidates for elected office ranging from School Board to Congress.

Stacey built her expertise in politics, public service and political leadership training through the years serving as the Southern Regional Director for the White House Project, Deputy Finance Director for the Democratic Party of Georgia, Finance Director for Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA 4th), Constituent Services Representative for former Congresswoman Denise Majette (D-GA 4th). She uses her knowledge and expertise to train thousands of leaders for careers in politics and public service.

In the community, Stacey serves on the United Way of Greater Atlanta, Board of Director as Public Policy and Advocacy Committee Chair, the Junior League of Atlanta Board of Directors, the Oglethorpe University Alumni Association Board of Directors the Wellspring Living Board of Directors and the Prevent Child Abuse Advisory Board.

Stacey received the Rising Star Award from the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) for her work in educating our community about the real and present dangers of the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. She joined the Junior League of Atlanta eight years ago and has become an advocate against the commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking in Atlanta.

In the Junior League of Atlanta, Stacey serves as Vice President for Training and Development where she leads a team of twenty to provide trainings for over 3,400 members. Previously, she serves asVice President for Advocacy and Initiatives. She served previously as Political and Public Affairs Committee Chair and for two years on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Committee. Stacey was awarded the Active of the Year, Committee of the Year and the President's Awards for her commitment and service to the Junior League of Atlanta.

In 2012, Stacey was featured on the cover of the Atlanta Tribune Magazine on the Young Executive May issue. Stacey was honored as one of "Atlanta's Top 100 Women of Infleunce' by the Atlanta Business League and "Power 30 Under Power" by Apex Society in 2010.

Recently, Stacey was named one of the ten Atlantans to Outstanding Atlanta for her community and civic service.

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