Stacey Moultrie

Stacey Moultrie


Mrs. Moultrie professional career has included positions with the BEST Commission and The Nature Conservancy. She now works at SEV Consulting Group where she is a partner and an environmental planner and helps developments understand their impact on the environment. She also owns and manages HD Wells Professional Planning Services which helps local organizations fund work in protecting the environment as well as plan for conservation. She has written many grants, securing more than $24 Million for organizations through The Bahamas and the Caribbean, including Bahamian non-profits, such as the Bahamas National Trust and Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation. She is a part-time grant writer and lecturer at the University of The Bahamas.

Mrs. Moultrie is President of the non-profit, Smart and Strong Sisterhood (SASS) to support girls in pursuing careers in STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. She is also a founding member of Bahamas 350 Climate Action, a grassroots organization started by Bahamian scientists and activists to raise awareness about climate change and its impacts on The Bahamas.

Her academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Marine Sciences and Fisheries from University of the West Indies, a Master of Marine Management from Dalhousie University, and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from University of Florida. She is a Member of the Charted Institution of Water and Environmental Management and a Chartered Scientist with the United Kingdom Science Council.

Mrs. Moultrie is supported in her endeavours by her husband – Sean, and inspired every day by her children, Gabriel and Isabel.

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