Stacey Easterling has extensive experience working in community-based and philanthropic organizations, with successful implementation of strategic objectives. Before joining Missouri Foundation for Health as the vice president of programs, she served as a program executive on the U.S. Aging Program at The Atlantic Philanthropies. Easterling managed a portfolio of $35 million and engaged in work that focused on economic security, advocacy, and grassroots mobilization. Her time at The Cleveland Foundation as the director of community responsive grantmaking included work in health, social services, education, arts and culture, economic development, and the environment. Easterling received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her master’s in public health from the University of Michigan.