Stacey Brown is an industrial engineer by training. She moved from New York to Silicon Valley after receiving her engineering degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Entering the enterprise software market, Stacey developed, implemented, and sold software. Stacey ventured out on her own and co-founded JAS Systems. Recently, she has been deploying technology solutions worldwide for Johnson & Johnson to abate the threat to patients from counterfeit products. This is her first term on the Cambrian School District Board of Trustees.
Stacey and her family have successfully integrated work, school, and volunteering into their lives. She supports the American Diabetes Association through various fundraising efforts including the annual Tour de Cure Bicycle Race, for which she has served as Volunteer Chair. Within the Cambrian community, Stacey has served as treasurer and president of the Fammatre Home & School Club and as a member of the Cambrian School District Priority Planning Team and Cambrian Budget Information Committee.