Stacy Wall Schweikhart is a servant leader in the public sector, a teacher & presenter, advisor & mentor dedicated to creating thriving cultures that attract the best & brightest to public serving organizations.
Stacy currently serves as Community Information Manager for the City of Kettering, Ohio. She has more than 17 years of experience in public sector administration and leadership.
Stacy earned her Master of Arts degree in Public Administration from the University of Dayton (Go Flyers!) and has since served as an Advisory Board member and Adjunct Faculty for the University of Dayton graduate Public Administration program and a Guest Lecturer for the Wright State University Public Policy program.
Stacy is Co-Chair of the OCMA NextGen/Leadership Development Committee. She was recognized with the 2017 local government innovation Navigator Award from Atlantic Media / Route Fifty in the Next Generation category for her leadership.
She is an active contributor to research, essays and podcasts on the topic of public sector leadership, attracting and retaining the next generation of local government talent and strategies to build & balance the bench.
Stacy frequently travels to present sessions and workshops on topics related to public sector leadership, culture and branding, communication resources and policies, community engagement and public relations at both state and national conferences as well as institutes abroad.
Stacy’s favorite book is her passport. With her husband and two sons, she loves to travel the world exploring new cities and wild spaces, enjoying authentic food and practicing her hobby of photography.