Stacy has over 20 years experience developing programs and solutions that promote in environmental, social and economic sustainability and equity. Prior to launching Moontown, Stacy spent 15 years working in the information communication technology sector, serving in strategic marketing, project management, business development roles for leading media and software companies. He on the board of Directors for the Northwest Energy Coalition and Washington Lawyers for Sustainability, and is an advisor for the Urban Enterprise Center, Seattle Center, and EnviroSpeak.tv. He holds degrees in Psychology from the University of Montevallo and the University of Washington.
Demian is a recent transplant from San Francisco Bay Area with 15 years background in Architecture and Construction Management. His recent experience is in Community Development and Nonprofit Strategic Planning. His project experience ranges from affordable housing development and retrofit to commercial. He has been involved in green design project types for the majority of his career.
Emmanuelle is a Seattle native and recent graduate from Seattle University where she earned her BA in Humanities with Business and French minors. While at SU, she was heavily involved in the on-campus community; her largest roles included Student Government Vice President of Finance, Student Alumni Ambassador and Orientation Advisor. Ms. Escandar has held internships with King County Council Member Larry Phillips and the Downtown Seattle Association.
Jennifer Bacon, Media Specialist Jennifer moved to Seattle in 2008 and jumped into the local sustainability movement by volunteering with the Clean Greens farm and market. She joined the board of the Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Network in 2009. Jennifer has a long history in the film and video industry, from cinematography to editing. She has worked as the Technical Director for the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival for 10 years. Jennifer recently received her Masters in Environment and Community at the Antioch Center for Creative Change.