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Stacey Girard  Managing Director, Business Affairs and Client Strategy

Stacey's Favorite Sports Moment

"One of my favorite sports moments was during the New Jersey Nets 2002 NBA Finals run. Watching Jason Kidd and Reggie Miller battle it out in a double-overtime Nets’ victory in Game 5 of the opening series and sharing in that moment with other Nets staff was truly special."


Stacey Girard serves KSMG as the Managing Director, Business Affairs and Client Strategy. In her role, Girard supports KSMG's administrative, marketing and media relations responsibilities while assisting with the planning and execution of client initiatives including image and brand development, new media, philanthropy and endorsements.

Stacey joined KSMG in 2015 bringing with her a wealth of experience from the NBA and WNBA team level. Over the course of a successful 11-year career with teams including the New Jersey Nets, Washington Mystics and Connecticut Sun, Stacey held a variety of positions in marketing, public relations and management.

Career highlights include assisting in devising marketing and sales strategies for NBA and WNBA Finals runs, with New Jersey in 2002 and Connecticut in 2004 and 2005. Overseeing the Nets first-ever Alumni Nights honoring the Nets 1976 ABA Championship team, featuring Julius “Dr. J” Erving, and the jersey retirement of Charles "Buck" Williams. In 2003, Stacey was one of the first team executives hired by Mohegan Sun, owner of the Connecticut Sun. She played a pivotal role in building the newly acquired team, including hiring staff, developing the brand and establishing the franchise’s philosophy for marketing and ticket sales. In 2006, Stacey was brought on in a similar capacity with the Washington Mystics after Lincoln Holdings, now Monumental Sports, purchased the team. There she also assisted with the management of the 2007 WNBA All-Star Game.

Stacey received her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Marist College where she was a member of the women's basketball team. In 2016, Stacey was named to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference's Honor Roll and enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of "The MAAC Experience." Along with her husband David, they have three children, Jane and twin boys, Samuel and Henry.