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Stacey DeVoe is a managing director at Robert Half Executive Search. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, she brings 25 years of business experience to the searches she conducts. Stacey specializes in executive and senior level searches across a broad range of organizations, from startups to large, multi-national companies. She also helps early-stage and private equity/venture-backed companies identify their key leaders. Stacey has worked with clients in the technology, consumer goods, IoT, subscription services, manufacturing and financial services industries.
Stacey has held a variety of leadership roles at start-up, high growth and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining Robert Half Executive Search, Stacey was the General Manager of a multi-channel, half billion-dollar business unit at Nestle USA where she had full P&L, operating and marketing responsibility. She also led the national Marketing and Digital efforts at 24 Hour Fitness and was responsible for shopper marketing at Safeway. Most recently, Stacey was a strategic advisor to the leadership team at DoorDash, the leading last-mile delivery startup. There, she consulted on their go-to-market retail strategy and national partnership with WalMart.
Personal and Professional Activities
Stacey is a mentor with Year Up, a national organization that provides underserved young adults with the skills, knowledge and experience today’s businesses demand. Year Up ensures those young adults will begin successful careers and earn a living wage. In return, employers gain access to a wider pipeline of well-trained talent than ever before.
Stacey has also 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 has shared her expertise to inform and shape the consumer marketing industry and was honored with a Women of Excellence Award.
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.