Stacey Lee is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and Georgia Institute of Technology where she earned a dual degree in Mathematics and Industrial Engineering. Upon graduation, she continued the pursuit of academic rigor and earned an MBA with a Concentration in Marketing from Clark Atlanta University in 2008.
Lee’s post-collegiate experiences afforded her the opportunity to invest her time and talent in various philanthropic endeavors. Lee and her brother, Terry B. Lee established “The Terry and Sandra Lee Dual Degree Engineering Scholarship” in honor of their parents for deserving Clark Atlanta University Undergraduate Students. Lee’s Awards and Honors include but are not limited to Miss Michigan USA 2004, The Selfridge Air Force Community Service Award, and recognition from the City of Saginaw and Rochester Hills, MI among others for her passionate efforts to enhance communities, especially those of the underserved.
Lee is a Diamond Life Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Honoring her commitment to young women in the entertainment industry, she serves as a Board Member of Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN) and has earned The Susan G. Komen Heroes of Breast Cancer Award for countless hours and resources donated to find a cure for the thousands of women suffering from Breast Cancer.
Lee is the Co-founder of Haute Behavior, LLC, a full service Marketing Firm. A seasoned event planner with nearly two decades of experience, Lee is a highly sought professional serving clients in corporate and non-profit arenas. Stacey’s dedication to the enrichment and development of women and students of color has been evident through her impactful execution of events for P&G’s My Black Is Beautiful Tour, National Black Child Development Institute, UNCF’s Empower Me Tour and her service on the 2017 National Logistics Team for the Women’s March on Washington, among others. Stacey is one of the Co-Owners of the award winning Harlem Hops Craft Beer Bar in Harlem, NYC. Lee continues to live with purpose and by her alma mater Clark Atlanta University’s motto “I’ll Find a Way or Make One.”