Stacy Bodow

Staffing Coordinator

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Few individuals have been as unifying a force in VISIONS as Stacy, whose first summer in the field was 1997. Stacy has led programs in Dominica, the BVI, Alaska, and Australia. Stacy plays a central role in VISIONS week-long, intensive training of summer directors and leaders. She also helps to coordinate projects and assemble leader teams around the year to ensure that our programs are as impactful as they can be. Stacy has a Masters in International and Developmental Education from the University of Pittsburgh, and she continues to live in Pittsburgh with her husband and two children.

During the year when Stacy isn’t leading VISIONS staff training, she serves as the Community Engagement Manager for Global Links, an international nonprofit that provides medical aid and materials to resource-poor communities. Global Links’ innovative model also serves the environment by keeping useful surplus materials out of landfills and into clinics around the world. Through her work with Global Links, Stacy has helped to distribute some needed medical supplies to VISIONS partner communities, as well.

Matthew Dayton from Visions Service Adventures

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Recent Blog Posts

It’s Not the Cow, It’s the How

It’s Not the Cow, It’s the How

VISIONS partner Meagan Lannan, of Barney Creek Livestock, teaches VISIONS students about the importance of regenerative agriculture. Learn more!
Why the VISIONS Dress Code?

Why the VISIONS Dress Code?

Our decisions about dress code are quite simple—we are guests in our host communities, not tourists. We work with elders, nonprofit leaders in their professional settings, indigenous communities that abide by conservative attire, members of religious and spiritual groups, and others whose cultural and professional beliefs abide by conservative and appropriate attire.
The Dominican Republic: A Love Story

The Dominican Republic: A Love Story

Personal affections, a passion for purpose and mutual adorations are at the heart of the DR experience. The love stories are diverse and enduring. -By Katherine Dayton, Director