Combining strengths in market research, competitive analysis and volunteer management, Stacey Rubinstein is a highly skilled researcher and analyst. In her role at KrasnePlows, Stacey often facilitates complex focus groups and interviews that elicit critical findings. Her work helps clients understand their environment and identifies potential partners for mergers or other forms of collaboration. Stacey is a skilled facilitator, able to engage participants with disparate backgrounds and diverse perspectives so that all voices are represented in discussion.
Throughout her career, Stacey has worked in nonprofit organizations both as a staff member and as a dedicated volunteer. On numerous occasions, she has served as a change agent and helped organizations develop strategic plans, establishing consensus and creating buy-in among key stakeholders.
Previously, Stacey served as Training Director at the Morris Area Girl Scout Council (now Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey) where she oversaw all volunteer applications, screening, and professional development opportunities for over 5,000 volunteers. She also worked with or served the Families and Work Institute, YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities, Goryeb Children’s Hospital Family Advisory Council at Morristown Medical Center, and United Way of Northern New Jersey’s North Essex Division. She was a founding member and trustee of the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New Jersey.
As an active volunteer, Stacey currently coordinates her community’s Food Day campaign, which is part of a national movement to expand access to healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way. She is also a lead management volunteer for her local food pantry, Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse, and a founding member and President of a new community effort to assist neighbors in need.
Stacey holds a B.S. in Human Development from Cornell University and an MPA from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University.