Kind. Smart. Real.
Like the friend you go to for advice.
As an Emmy award-winning journalist, broadcaster and producer, I’m known for my commitment to getting the story; telling the story; and delivering the story on time…no matter what it takes. I bring the same dedication to voice acting:
Your message is my mission.
But before realizing her dream, Stacey would have to take a few detours on her path to reporter-hood. She first worked with Nick Clooney, father of George, as an intern during college at WKRC in Cincinnati. So it was with great joy that she had the opportunity to work with him as an assistant on the early court show On Trial. And to help supplement her income during these lean years, Stacey did what every newbie to Hollywood does: try her hand at game shows. Not many people can still win $6000 on Match Game after answering “prosthesis” to the question “Jack was so tough, he ran a marathon after getting a ______”.
Stacey is now a Las Vegas-based producer/reporter and freelances for outlets including EXTRA, E.T., Inside Edition and Investigation Discovery. Stacey also serves as host of “The Women’s Eye Radio Show” podcast and contributes to the website thewomenseye.com. Both provide an avenue for today’s newsmakers, authors, journalists, athletes and entrepreneurs to discuss how they are making a difference in “the world as we see it!” And she is currently the contributing editor for the digital magazines “Deluxe Version” and “Chic Compass.“
Stacey recently reported for KTNV/Ch. 13 Action News in Las Vegas. She earned an Emmy for Breaking/Spot News coverage of a three-car crash that happened just feet from where she was reporting live from a candlelight vigil for another accident victim. She also secured several exclusive interviews, and filed stories on everything from crime and investigations to Mayweather fights and Dancing With the Stars.
Stacey began her gutsy style of reporting at AMERICAN JOURNAL and for eight years at INSIDE EDITION. She covered the world of entertainment, particularly celebrities at work, at play and in trouble. From the Super Bowl, junkets, movie sets, premieres and court cases (including Blake, Jackson and Simpson), to award shows like the Oscars, Grammys, SAG’s, Golden Globes and the Emmy’s, Stacey has rarely faced an entertainment story she couldn’t cover effectively. Her reputation for putting an interviewee at ease while asking the tough questions has helped to secure many difficult interviews. She obtained the first interview with Mary Kay Letourneau’s young lover and a rare interview with Kit Culkin, Macauley’s dad, about the case against Michael Jackson, just to name a few.
There was also very little she wouldn’t do for a story. Stacey stayed awake for 80 hours to test the effects of sleep deprivation; she painted the Hollywood sign; she changed light bulbs on the Oakland Bridge; she joined Cirque du Soleil; she went undercover as a polio survivor to expose a deceitful televangelist; she flew a plane after only 15 minutes of instruction; she attempted sheep riding; she joined an all-female chain gang, and she went behind-the-scenes at the Bunny Ranch brothel long before Diane Sawyer.
Stacey went on to host HALLMARK CHANNEL’S “ON LOCATION”. She interviewed the casts of the channel’s original movies in production, and produced the behind-the-scenes specials for this web-based series.
She also hosted a multi-media project called UNDERSTANDING CANCER. Both the website and pilot profiled numerous cancer survivors and advocates including Arnold Palmer, Mr. T, Laura Ingraham, and Hilary Swank, and served as a cancer-support network for survivors, caregivers, family, friends and those recently diagnosed. She can also be seen as host of Lifescript TV’s “Ask the Doctor” web-based series in conjunction with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. This show was devoted to exploring and finding answers about women’s medical health issues.
As the host of “ON TOUR” at Fox5/KVVU, Stacey covered the bands and personalities who perform in Las Vegas. Each week, she reported on and interviewed singers appearing in Sin City like Duran Duran, Bryan Adams, and Trace Adkins. Stacey has also covered Hollywood as a producer for EXTRA and as a correspondent for TV Guide Network. There, she reported the tabloid trifecta: Anna Nicole Smith’s premature death, Paris Hilton’s stint in jail, and Lindsay Lohan’s DUI ordeal.
Stacey started a Hollywood chapter of Dining for Women, a national “giving circle” that helps raise money for designated charities every month. She helped raise thousands for the YAS Spin-a-Thon for Think Cure; she served as host for the Bogart Pediatric Cancer Research Program’s “Bogart Backstage”, the Youth Support Institute’s “Golden Youth Awards” at the Friars Club, and the Jeremy McGrath Super Cross Invitational. Stacey has also participated in the Malibu Triathlon benefitting Children’s Hospital LA, the Merv Griffin/Beverly Hills Country Club Tennis Classic, the Challenged Athletes Triathlon and the Susan G. Komen Annual Fashion Show for the Cure. She has also co-hosted the Miss Burbank pageant.
Stacey earned a BS degree in Broadcast Journalism from Miami University. While attending college, she worked as an on-air radio broadcaster for the campus radio station WMUB and also spent a semester studying in Luxembourg. Stacey is also a certified yoga and spin instructor and enjoys running a marathon every 10 years. She lives in Las Vegas with her husband Marty.
In 2002, Jeannette’s Ben died suddenly before his third birthday. As a way to deal with her devastating grief, this teacher-by-trade began making clay wind chimes that contained bells and tiny messages of kindness.
Carrie Keagan has never met a curse word she didn’t like. Like that time she dropped the F-bomb on her grandmother when she was 3. Or when she got sent home from high school for wearing a t-shirt that read “Motherf—er.” Oh, and that other time she blurted out, “It’s all about the c—k” during a TV interview.
Not once has her mouth been washed out with soap (“I was a good kid. I just experimented with my language”). Instead, this “cunning linguist” parlayed her potty mouth into a lucrative on-camera career getting celebrities to swear.
“RBG” stars U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 85-year-old warrior of women’s rights, feminist icon and pop culture phenomenon now known affectionately as the “Notorious RBG.”
Three years ago, West and Cohen decided to join forces – along with a talented team of creative females – to bring Justice Ginsburg to the big screen.