Caluya Foundation Lead Global Mental Health Coordinator, 5K Director
Marci Stacey was born and raised in Idaho Falls. She initially started her career as a Radiological Control Technician, which took her to Ohio and then to Los Alamos, New Mexico where she worked at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. However, after 4 years in the nuclear field, she decided to pursue her true passion in life and began working towards a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting. Since then, Marci has won awards in several art competitions and has had 2 of her pieces published in Outlet Magazine.
Currently Marci is running an Art Program she started 2 years ago, at a mental health clinic where she also works with clients as a Certified Peer Support Specialist (CPSS) and Certified Family Support Partner (CFSP). She also teaches Community Education Art Classes at the College of Eastern Idaho and is attending BYU-Idaho full-time to finish her degree. She is planning to pursue a masters degree in Art Therapy or a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting.
Marci also serves the LDS Church in her callings as a Facilitator for LDS Addiction Recovery Program and as her Ward’s Cub Master.
It is her life’s desire and goal to use her love of art, teaching art and artwork to help bring comfort, validation, hope and healing, and is working toward becoming a full-time commissioned and gallery artist.