Stacie has been a member of Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. since 2006. Her eight years of experience include chairing the Fun Run and Public Relations Committees, co-chairing the Chefs by the Bay and Nominating & Placement Committees, and serving on the JLA Board as Communications VP and Nominating Director. When she is not serving the community through JLA, Stacie is a professional staff member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In her spare time she loves to run – having completed the Marine Corps Marathon twice, Army Ten Miler eight times, and competed in five 50K ultra-marathons, in addition to many other events. She is also a RRCA-certified running coach and is a pre-school Sunday School civilian coordinator at the United States Naval Academy chapel. Stacie is the recipient of the 2006 Gold Star Wives Appreciation Award, the 2006 Military Coalition Freedom Award, the 2008 MOAA Colonel Paul W. Arcari Meritorious Service Award and the 2013 Otterbein University Young Alumni Award for leadership and citizenship. Stacie Oliver holds a BA from Otterbein College, a MAEd from The College of William and Mary, a M.A. from the U.S. Naval War College and advanced certification from the Defense Nuclear Weapons School. Stacie lives on the Broadneck Peninsula with her husband, two kids and a wildlife menagerie.