Dedicated to elephant well-being & ending the ivory trade world-wide!
The Davis family, of Virginia, unites for elephants in Washington DC on October 4, 2014.
Elephants have been a lifelong love for her and she is pleased to have the opportunity to serve them now, as well as the Military Community. Along with her fellow officers Stacy supports a Total Ban on Ivory Sales in the United States.
Stacy grew up in Madison, Wisconsin, and currently resides in Falls Church, Virginia. She is married to a Soldier in the U.S. Army. The pair has six daughters and the military family has relocated many times around the country in service to America.
"My love for elephants began as far back as my memories will go, More recently, social networking has helped to grow my passion for them. Over the past several years I have been able to make connections with other animal activists and experts to learn more about elephants and other wildlife as well as to advocate for them."
Additionally, "With each petition signed, each email sent, each letter mailed, each call made, each tweet tweeted, each fundraiser or fostering program I participate in, and each meeting or event I attend on behalf of animals and their welfare, my passion grows and grows."
Stacy believes that people will protect what they love. That's why she is dedicated to finding ways to help people love elephants and wildlife so that when the moment is needed, they will be inspired to take action.
In terms of making a difference and the impact we can have around the world for good, Stacy references the words of the Dalai Lama: “If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito."
Stacy has taken this message to heart with faith that everything and anything one can do on behalf of those without a voice makes a difference.
Stacy formerly served as the first secretary of Elephants DC and is a vital member of the eDC team! She is also passionate about saving mammals who live in the oceans and seas.
Write to Stacy for more information via email@example.com. You can follow her on Twitter via @trunksandfins.