"Stacy is so well read, she is always sharing wisdom I would not get otherwise. It is like having someone filtering much of the good information that is out there and selecting the thought, book, [or] idea that is just right for me. … She has helped me to sift through the clutter of my life and my thoughts and root me in what is important. The end result is a peace and calm that I really need to keep navigating life." -- C.A.
FROM WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS
"I attend many lectures and workshops around the city that address different concerns and interests. I do not know when I have attended a lecture as meaningful and useful to me personally and professionally as this one. Stacy's presentation was informative, interactive, and explorative. Her wise and approachable presence was a pleasure to experience."
"(Stacy's) talk really resonated with me, as she was able to pinpoint the causes – and suggest solutions. Stacy has unique insights that she supports with strong academic research. Stacy was able to sum up in one hour what I’ve learned in 20 years of therapy. What a bargain."
FROM CORPORATE CLIENTS
"Stacy inspired a group of smart and powerful women leaders through relevant, research-‐based strategies that made us reflect on our own thinking and misconceptions. People were engaged throughout and left the conference uplifted and inspired." -- Marion Schloemer, Merrill Lynch, for Keynote Address at National Women’s Exchange Annual Dinner
"It was a fabulous session and there were over 120 people signed up. I received comments from several participants at the end thanking you for a great session." -- Wendy Satin, 85 Broads, for Webinar
I've studied work-family issues and early childhood education for over 15 years. I have worked for such institutions as Columbia University and the Families and Work Institute, where I coauthored Feeling Overworked: When Work Becomes Too Much with my two of my mentors Ellen Galinsky and James T. Bond.
I earned my doctorate in educational policy and leadership at the University of Pennsylvania; my coaching certification at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), an International Coach Federation-accredited program; and my bachelor’s degree at Northwestern University (Go Cats!).
I was born in Seoul, grew up in the Chicago, Los Angeles, and Honolulu and currently live with my husband and two children in New York City.
I love to knit. I like to garden. I am still learning to play tennis and swim.