Stacey is a member of the Beveridge & Diamond's environmental regulatory and litigation practice groups, counseling clients on a variety of diverse matters including:
- Internal investigations and U.S. environmental enforcement (including court-appointed monitorships);
- Global product stewardship, including electronics right to repair, planned obsolescence, and transboundary movement of used electronics; and
- Social corporate responsibility strategy, sustainability reporting, and environmental justice policy implementation.
She is an active member of ABA SEER, currently co-chairing the Membership Diversity Enhancement Program and vice chairing the Special Committee on Environmental Justice. Stacey rejoined B&D in February 2017, immediately following her appointment as Special Counsel in the EPA's Office of General Counsel, where she played a major role in the Agency’s incident response and crisis management of matters such as the Flint drinking water crisis, the Gold King Mine spill, and the legal defense of the Clean Power Plan. Stacey is a proud graduate of the Howard University School of Law and former judicial law clerk for Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.