Learning Development Specialist
Stacy Falsone, MSW, works as a faculty instructor and learning development specialist for CWTS, based in Western Colorado. She joined the CWTS project in 2018 as a learning coordinator, then began her current role in development in 2022.
Stacy completed her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in English at Mesa State College (now Colorado Mesa University) and a master of social work through the University of Denver. Before she began her career in child welfare, she worked as a school-based behavior coach. Her tenure in child welfare included work with the intake and foster/kinship support units, in addition to conducting SAFE home study evaluations for prospective foster and kinship care providers. Prior to joining the Kempe team, Stacy worked as a program advisor for a grant-funded federal program providing mentoring, coaching, and academic advising for first-generation college students. This work inspired her to return for her own master’s degree, and she completed internship work in integrated behavior health clinics across rural Western Colorado.
Stacy was born and raised in Western Colorado, and she’s an avid outdoor enthusiast. She formed an outdoor adventure group and regularly leads hiking trips and other outings. She has volunteered with several nonprofits, including Girls, Inc., Spark the Change in Metro Denver (behavioral health support), and Foster Alumni Mentors.