Stacey Easterling, Program Executive, US Ageing

Atlantic Philanthropies
Stacey joined The Atlantic Philanthropies in 2007 where her work focuses on improving the health and economic security of older adults, particularly in communities of color. Prior to her work at Atlantic, Stacey served as Director of Community Responsive Grantmaking at The Cleveland Foundation where she managed the Foundation’s Successful Aging Initiative, a multi-million initiative that created resources and opportunities for seniors to age successfully in Greater Cleveland.

Prior to joining The Cleveland Foundation, she served as director of client services for Planned Parenthood of Greater Cleveland and also served as Deputy Executive Director of Planned Parenthood of East Central MI (Flint). Stacey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in human biology from Stanford University and a master’s degree in public health from The University of Michigan’s School of Public Health. She and her husband, Michael, live in New Jersey with their three sons.