Stacy Caldwell has dedicated her career to social impact for good. Her core belief is that there are plenty of resources on this planet, we need to rethink how we use them. For two decades, Stacy has led organizations with a social entrepreneurial approach engaging unlike-minded individuals to strengthen and serve our communities. Her leadership and service include the National Rural Funders Collaborative, Dallas Social Venture Partners, and the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation. Stacy has designed innovative solutions to help tackle rural poverty, economic and food injustice, housing and homelessness, wildfire resilience through forest restoration, and other social issues. Her passion is repurposing resources for good. Stacy has designed an alluring tapestry of tangible and replicable solutions that have been recognized by the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Aspen Institute, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Future Good, Social Capital Markets, Nonprofit Quarterly, and many others. Stacy lives in the Tahoe National Forest, the ancestral lands of the Maidu (Nisenan), Miwok, and Washo (Washoe) tribes, where she and her husband have raised three boys.