Stacy Ingber is the Assistant Director for Programming & Events at the USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD). She is responsible for creating and organizing the Center’s event programs, such as the CPD Conversations in Public Diplomacy series, annual research conference, and co-sponsored programming opportunities. With her background in curricular development, Stacy oversees the Center’s professional training programs, including the CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy, and other individualized training. In addition, Stacy facilitates the Center’s profile-raising, publicity, and branding.
Previously, Stacy was Project Manager at the Network Culture Project of the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Cinematic Arts, where she oversaw programming, research, publications, and budget. She also supervised "Inspiring the Technological Imagination,” a project funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation as part of their Digital Media and Learning initiative.
Prior to coming to USC, Stacy was Vice President of The Jefferson Institute, a public policy institute that fosters creative problem-solving. Her role included strategy and development of new initiatives, organizing interdisciplinary meetings and large-scale, multi-day events, networking, board development, and public relations.
From 1990-1996, Stacy was the Liberal Studies Program Coordinator at Antioch University in Los Angeles, creating curricular activities, organizing public events, and recruiting faculty. In November 2012, Stacy completed the 2012 Leadership Los Angeles Fellowship sponsored by the Southern California Leadership Network at the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Stacy also provides consulting services to various non-profit organizations in the areas of board development, educational outreach, strategic planning, and branding. In 2016 Stacy completed the Master's Program in Public Diplomacy at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.