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Stacey Hawes

In 2017, Stacey co-founded Epsilon’s first ever Women in Leadership initiative, which is now available to female associates across the international organisation. A champion for female representation and leadership, Stacey makes it a priority to reach a hand back and help pull other female leaders forward, having not had a mentor to lean on herself. A working mother of two children, she understands the importance of women in the workplace and promotes a culture that fosters confidence, inclusion and positive outcomes for women. She regularly mentors up and coming female associates each year from across the business. In her local community, Stacey is actively involved in supporting Leadership Ascent, a Denver not-for-profit that helps to support women in leadership. The programme provides education to women in leadership roles in business that focuses largely on emotional intelligence, how women and men approach business differently and how to ‘reach a hand’ back to help other women as they progress in their careers. Stacey also serves on the Board of Directors for a local not-for-profit called Denver Urban Scholars, and is an active speaker and thought leader in the industry, having spoken this year at the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Women’s Visionaries conference to an audience of over 600 women.

Stacey Hawes

Stacey is an executive co-chair of Epsilon’s first ever Women in Leadership initiative, which she helped establish in 2017. The initiative is now available to female associates in 25 offices including Toronto and Bangalore. A champion for female representation and leadership, Stacey makes it a priority to reach a hand back and help pull other female leaders forward after not having a mentor to lean on herself. A working mother of two children, she understands the importance of women in the workplace and promotes a culture that fosters confidence, inclusion and positive outcomes for women. She regularly mentors “up and coming” female associates each year from across the business. In her local community, Stacey is actively involved in supporting Leadership Ascent, a Denver not-for-profit that helps to support women in leadership. The program provides education to women in leadership roles in business that focus largely on emotional intelligence, how women and men approach business differently and how to “reach a hand” back to help other women as they progress in their careers. Stacey also serves on the Board of Directors for a local not-for-profit called Denver Urban Scholars, and is an active speaker and thought leader in the industry.