Stacy Conroy

Stacy Sher Conroy is a fourth-generation St. Pete native, attorney and active community member. She received her B.A. from Yale University, where she double majored in Political Science and International Studies and graduated cum laude. After spending a year living in Washington D.C. and working for an international business consultancy, Stacy attended University of Pennsylvania Law School, graduating cum laude and Order of the Coif with her J.D. and a Wharton Certificate of Business and Public Policy.


Stacy and her husband Will – a local attorney and developer – moved back to the Tampa Bay Area in 2008, and Stacy worked as a real estate attorney for an international firm, focusing her practice on retail and office leasing, commercial development, and acquisitions and dispositions.


After her first child was born, Stacy decided to focus her time on raising her children and civic engagement. Having been raised in a family that emphasizes the importance of philanthropy and giving back to your community, Stacy has devoted herself to numerous non-profit organizations over the past 10+ years, with a particular interest in education issues and serving low-income populations.  Stacy was a long-time board member of the St. Petersburg Free Clinic and Great Explorations Children’s Museum. She also served for 10 years on the Board of Trustees of Temple Beth-El, including several years as Vice President of Youth and Education. Stacy is also dedicated to her children’s school, where she serves on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and is the co-chair of the Guardian Ad-Litem Holiday Gift Drive for the entire school, providing holiday gifts to over 250 of Pinellas County’s most at-risk children. Most recently, Stacy has taken her love of children and education and become a substitute teacher at the Experiential School of Tampa Bay.  Stacy recently joined the Board of Directors of the Florida Holocaust Museum, where she is specifically interested in the mission of educating children using the lessons of the Holocaust in order to teach the worth and dignity of all people.


Stacy and Will are the proud parents of three children and one English Bulldog. In her spare time, Stacy can be found taking her kids to their many sports activities, watching the Tampa Bay Lightning and Rays, reading, and traveling with her family.


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