Originally from a small town in Indiana, Stacey moved to Tennessee, to attend the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on a track and field scholarship. During her years as a Division 1 scholarship athlete, she successfully managed to acquire numerous accolades, both on and off of the track. This was done with through hard work, focus, determination, good time management, and the desire to succeed. Stacey graduated from The University of Tennessee with a degree in Exercise Science and a concentration in Human Physiology/Kinesiology.
After graduating, Stacey moved to Nashville, after she was offered a position with a top pharmaceutical company. During her time in the pharmaceutical/medical industry, she was consistently a top producer, both a regional and national sales trainer, and sat on numerous advisory boards. While in this industry, Stacey had Nashville and surrounding areas as part of her territory, making her very familiar with all areas, in the Greater Nashville Area and beyond. She has, and continues, to watch the growth and evolution of a place she now calls home.
Stacey entered the Real Estate business in 2006, while raising her 3 young children. Although she has resided in several places in and around Nashville, she now calls Brentwood her home. She has twin girls, who are now 13, and will be Freshman at Brentwood High School, this upcoming school year. They are a part of the Brentwood High School sideline cheer, as well as their competitive team. She also has a 9-year-old little boy who attends Lipscomb Elementary, and plays on a competitive travel baseball team, the MAD Mavericks, football, and basketball.
Stacey has a passion for helping her clients find the perfect home, and takes great pride in providing exemplary service to her clients, whether buying, selling, or renting. She is passionate about what she does and what she believes in, never takes anything for granted, is family focused, and believes in the simplicity of things. She loves helping her clients, as well as potential clients, focus on what is important to them, stay focused, and guide them to what they thought to be impossible, possible.