Stacey Lockhart is a non-profit executive who has spent the past 36 years serving in leadership roles within nonprofits and higher education institutions. She has raised millions of dollars for charitable organizations, led incredible organizational growth time and time again, spearheaded renovation projects into the millions of dollars, secured state appropriations and financially stabilized nonprofits on the brink of closure.
One of her superpowers is being a connector and a catalyst; time and time again she has attracted the people and resources needed to get big things done! Her work has been said to be inspiring and nothing short of miraculous for the people it benefits.
From 2019-2023, she served as the CEO of HopeLink of Southern Nevada and led the organization to 1000% growth in size and revenue. Prior to HopeLink, Stacey served as the CEO of The Shade Tree, the largest homeless shelter for women and children in Nevada (2017-2019). Other positions held over the years include Executive Director of the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation (2011-2017), Director of Development for U.S. Figure Skating (2009-2011), Executive Director of the University of Alaska Anchorage Alumni Association (2006-2008), Director of Annual Giving at Eastern Washington University (1996-2003). Lockhart is a graduate of Eastern Washington University (Cheney, WA), receiving her BFA in Eletronic Media, Theater and Film with an emphasis on Broadcast Journalism (1987).