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Stacey L. Baker serves as the Chief Human Resources and Equity Officer (CHREO) for PPGNHAIK.  She previously served as the Senior Director of Human Resources and a member of the Executive Team for SightLife.  She has over 20 years of Human Resources experience in both for-profit and non-profit organizations, with the majority of her experience being in healthcare. 

Her healthcare experience spans from hospitals, behavioral health facilities, to long-term care and organ donation.  She has multi-site, multi-state, and international experience.  Stacey is passionate about reproductive rights and equity, which is what attracted her to PPGNHAIK.

Stacey grew up in Madison, Arkansas and relocated to Seattle from Virginia.  She graduated from Harding University where she dual-majored in Human Resources and Psychology, and later completed her Master's degree in Human Services.


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