2613 Camino Ramon
San Ramon, CA 94583
Stacey DeVoe is a Managing Director at Robert Half Executive Search. Based in the San Ramon office, she specializes in executive and senior-level searches across multiple industries and functional areas. Stacey brings significant business leadership experience at start-up, high-growth and Fortune 500 companies, running multi-million-dollar businesses and recruiting top talent without compromise. Her unique skill set spans many industries, including consumer goods, retail, subscription services, and technology.
After starting her career in recruiting at LEK Consulting and the Fairmont Hotel, Stacey transitioned to consumer goods marketing. She was recruited from Nabisco to Nestle USA, where she quickly rose through the ranks to General Manager with full P&L, operating and marketing responsibility for a multi-channel, half-billion dollar business unit.
Stacey's career evolved into providing advisory services while at 24 Hour Fitness, leading their national marketing efforts; and at Safeway, directing national shopper marketing initiatives. There she pioneered a collaborative loyalty program with PepsiCo and the NFL. After driving business development and account leadership for national retail clients at PureRED Integrated Marketing, Stacey served as strategic consultant at the last-mile delivery start-up, DoorDash. There, she advised the leadership team on their national partnership marketing capability and go-to-market retail strategy.
Personal and Professional Activities
Stacey has been active with the Path to Purchase Institute and their exclusive group of influential thought leaders in marketing, The League of Leaders. As a featured speaker, she shared her expertise to help inform and shape the consumer marketing industry. Stacey was honored with a 2016 Women of Excellence award for her contributions to the advancement of shopper-centric thinking and ability to inspire those around her.
Stacey earned her BA from the University of California, Los Angeles and her MBA from Cornell University Johnson School of Management, where she held teaching and leadership positions.