Stacey Woodland

Stacey joined YWCA Tri-County Area in 2014 as CEO. Stacey has led YW’s expansion by increasing the number of adult education students and enrollment in early education and youth empowerment programs. Through Stacey's leadership, YW is building a reputation as a thought leader in and advocate for the elimination of racism, the empowerment of marginalized women, girls and families, and equity in public education.


Stacey is a recognized community leader.  She serves on YWCA USA’s CEO Advisory Council, has served as a Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission on Women and Families and a member of the Montgomery County Human Relations Advisory Board. She has been a national delegate for Vision 2020 and served as Board Vice-Chair, Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA Association – Columbia North Branch. 


Ms. Woodland is a 2017 graduate of Harvard University’s Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management.  In 2018 Ms. Woodland received two Leadership Awards, TCN’s Leadership Award at Women’s Symposium and Hobart’s Run Pottstown Community Leaders Award. 


Stacey is a graduate of St. Joseph’s University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She lives with her husband in Audubon, Pa., and is the mother of two married adult children (one daughter and one son) and grandmother of two boys and two girls.

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