“I believe that mentors play a very important part in a young ladies life. Being able to assist a young lady in achieving her dreams, overcoming fears, and building up her self-esteem are just a few reasons why I enjoy volunteering for the foundation.”
Stacie G. Robinson is a Branch Manager, AVP at Flagstar Bank. She has been in the banking industry for over 20 years focusing on business to business calls, human resource management and managing branches. Stacie was born and raised in Detroit Michigan, an attended Redford High School. She has received a Bachelors Degree in Marketing from Wayne State University and just recently received her Master Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Stacie is a wife and mother of seven children and grandmother of two. Needless to say she enjoys volunteering her time to helping children of all ages. Over the years she has always had an interest in helping children and volunteering her time for youth programs. Stacie has participated as a Cheerleading Coach with the Pal league and also served as a speaker and contact for the Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention program. Currently Stacie attends Detroit World Outreach, under Bishop Ben Gilbert and she volunteers as on the Children’s Church and Bookstore ministries. Stacie is a Board Member of the Rhonda Walker Foundation where is the Co-Chair for Mentoring and the Historian.