Stacy has spent the majority of her legal career in Oklahoma state government serving in a variety of leadership roles including: Chief of the Consumer Protection Unit for the Office of the Attorney General; Chief Legal Counsel for the State Bureau of Investigation; Assistant District Attorney where her practice focused on gang prosecution and violent crimes; and most recently as the Deputy General Counsel for the Tax Commission and the Department of Health.  Her prior legal experience also includes a decade as the managing partner in private practice for a law firm that concentrated on the family law needs of women and children.  She is a frequent speaker at state and national conferences for public sector and private entities on a variety of topics including trial advocacy, leadership, ethics and technology, consumer protection, expungements, prosecution of criminal offenses, and employment law.  Her article, “Prosecution of Consumer Scams and Fraud,” was published in the nationally distributed NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection newsletter. Stacy holds a Juris Doctorate and Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma.