Stacy grew up in Sacramento, California and went on to graduate from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science. She subsequently went on to be a river guide in Alaska.
Stacy moved to Hawaii from Alaska in 2006 and instantly fell in love with the Big Island. Always passionate about the water, Kona was a natural fit for Stacy. With encouragement from her friends, she joined an outrigger canoe team within her first few months here. She went on to compete in races all around the the Islands on her 6-person canoe team as well as on her 1-person outrigger canoe, including racing from Molokai to Oahu as well as Maui to Molokai on her one-person canoe. Stacy's years of paddling has given her a deep appreciation and love for the local culture and the natural beauty of Hawaii.
For the past thirteen years, Stacy has gained experience in working within several private golf and beach club communities such as Kukio, Kohanaiki Shores, Kona Village Resort, and Hualalai Four Seasons Resort. Stacy provides exceptional customer relations, fosters a positive and results-oriented team culture, to making genuine relationships with her clients. Her business is built on dedication, communication, determination, and trust while embodying the ability to cater and adapt to all of her client's needs.
Stacy now resides on a farm estate in Kailua Kona where she manages the animals with the help of her dog, Kruze. When she’s not working, you can find Stacy hiking with her dog or enjoying the ocea