Stacy uses applied behavioral science, social marketing, and behavior change models to communicate social issues ranging from environmental to public health to youth development. With a knack for translating complex, scientific findings into audience-friendly messaging to enact behavior change, she strives to use behavioral science to create a more productive and healthy society. Stacy completed an MA in Communication (social and behavior change communication) from Johns Hopkins University.
The Majority of Americans Are Checked Out At Work: How Behavioral Science Can Help Create Better Managers
There’s a crisis in the American workforce: 66% of workers are checked out at their jobs, resulting in an estimated $480-$600 billion a year in lost productivity.
Can Overcoming Implicit Gender Bias Boost a Company’s Bottom Line?
How can practitioners leverage behavioral science to reduce implicit gender biases among hiring managers?