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Stacey Risotti

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About Stacey

Stacey Risotti brings her expertise and passion for helping people live well to the ANCOR Foundation board, along with her experience overseeing services in her role as Vice President of Operations for Sevita’s programs in Arizona, California, Iowa, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, and New Mexico. Throughout her tenure with Sevita, she has drawn upon her education as a licensed clinical social worker as well as her experience in direct care and management.  Stacey is committed to promoting the highest standards of quality to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children, and families live full, joyful lives of their own choosing.

Stacey began her career at Sevita, as a Program Supervisor and then the Deputy State Director for Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In 2011, she transitioned to the role of Regional Quality Improvement Director for Human Services in California and Oregon before moving into her current role. In addition to her seat on the ANCOR Foundation board, Stacey serves on the Executive Committee as Board Secretary for STESA (Standing Together to End Sexual Assault) in Santa Barbara, CA.

Stacey received her B.S. in Sociology from Clark University in Massachusetts and a M.S.W. from New York University.