Stacey directs the GreenFaith Certification Program, and also helps religious groups develop sustainable consumption practices. She wrote Repairing Eden, GreenFaith’s sustainable food guide, co-authored a food audit with the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, and has written many other environmental guides and toolkits. She has completed training with the Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education, The Center for Whole Communities, Pine Wind Zen Monastery, and The Climate Project. An honors graduate of Rutgers University with dual degrees in ecology and environmental policy, Stacey previously worked with Rutgers University’s nationally-respected Director of Purchasing on various “green” purchasing initiatives and as a leader of an environmental project at The Lawrenceville School. She has worked in depth with hundreds of faith-based schools and houses of worship from diverse religious traditions, helping them integrate environmental initiatives into their operations. In 2010, Stacey was named ‘Top 40 under 40’ environmental leaders by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council.