A dynamic national speaker, consultant, corporate spokesperson, and writer, Stacy DeBroff is President and founder of Mom Central, Inc., a company devoted to providing pragmatic tips and advice to strengthen busy families and enhance the home environment.
With her research and insights into the evolving state of American moms and families, Stacy has also written several best-selling books on household and family organization including The Mom Book Goes to School, The Mom Book: 4,278 Tips for Moms, Sign Me Up! The Parent’s Complete Guide to Sports, Activities, and Extracurriculars, and Mom Central: The Ultimate Family Organizer. Stacy also emails a monthly newsletter to more than 15,000 moms around the world.
Stacy is a renowned parenting guru and has shared her advice on New England Cable News as their in-house expert, producing her own live weekly segment for the morning news. A media-savvy interviewee, Stacy has also appeared on network television including NBC’s Today Show and the CBS Early Show, as well as on television affiliates in every major market. She celebrated the release of The Mom Book Goes to School with her second appearance on the Today Show.
She has been a guest on over 500 radio shows, and is frequently heard on both national and local radio programs like Daybreak USA and Dateline Washington, in addition to independent stations throughout the country. Stacy is regularly quoted in such publications as USA Today, New York Times, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Parenting, Parents, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Working Mother, Woman’s World, Redbook, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
Stacy holds a B.A. in Psychology and Comparative Literature from Brown University, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa; and a J.D. from Georgetown University, magna cum laude. Prior to launching Mom Central, Inc., Stacy founded Harvard Law School’s Office of Public Interest Advising, which still serves as a model for law schools across the nation. At Harvard for close to a decade, Stacy launched a generation of law students into public interest work by heading an office staffed with seasoned public interest attorneys.
Stacy lives with her husband, Ron, and their two children, 12-year-old Kyle and 11-year-old Brooks, outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
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