Stacy Walsh

"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world."

Anne Frank

Coaching Program Manager

Stacy Walsh, MSW, LCSW, is the coaching program manager for the CWTS. Stacy is a trained Co-Active coach who is also currently training to become a certified Organization and Relationship Systems coach. She believes coaching is a powerful tool for effecting change and is excited to support coaching services statewide.

Stacy is originally from Florida and attended the University of Miami, earning a bachelor’s in health sciences with a minor in sociology. After serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, Stacy moved to Colorado and completed her MSW with a focus in child welfare at the University of Denver. She is a licensed clinical social worker and received a certificate in animal-assisted social work from the University of Denver.

 Stacy began her career in child welfare in 2011 as an intern and has since had the opportunity to work as an intake caseworker, practice coach, and supervisor in the field. Being able to witness and support others as they become passionate about the field of child welfare fostered Stacy’s passion for training and coaching.

Stacy spends her time outside of work enjoying all that Colorado has to offer with her spouse, daughter, and dog. While she still misses the Florida beaches (but not the humidity), learning to ski has helped her make it through winter in Colorado.