“The need for common purpose in our country has never been more critical and common purpose cannot be built without constructing understanding. One America’s mission is central to helping the U.S. rediscover its inherent democratic aims and practices and to redefine those aims for a more inclusive, equitable diverse, and robust life together as Americans. That’s why I’m so honored to serve as a Board member of the One America Movement.”Stacy Martin
Stacy has more than 15 years of executive nonprofit experience in the mental health and human services sectors. Through her strong commitment to interagency collaboration and advocacy, Stacy has driven significant change in communities throughout Ohio, Nebraska and Florida specifically in programming for child welfare, immigration, housing, behavioral health and food insecurity.
In Nebraska, she led an organization which implemented the state’s first Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. Stacy is a steadfast advocate for increasing access to mental health care and substance use and addiction treatment that supports long-term recovery.
Stacy’s passion for helping others has spanned the globe leading her to service work in South Korea, South Africa and Turkey. A native of Kansas, she has an MBA from Eastern University, a Master of Divinity from Princeton and she received her B.A. in English and secondary education from Sterling College.