Stacey Schulman of Broward County, Florida is a member of National Young Leadership Cabinet, the chair of JFNA’s national legal committee, and is a newly appointed trustee-at-large to JFNA’a board of trustees. Stacey is a Lion of Judah along with her mother and both grandmothers, and she currently sits on the board of directors for Jewish Federation of Broward County with her dad, a former board chair.
In addition to her Federation work, Stacey is very involved in a number of other community organizations, including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s South Florida Chapter. Having been recognized for her leadership in the community, Stacey has received a number of awards including the Broward Federation’s Joan and Douglass Gross Community Service Award, the MS Society’s Mission Possible Award, the Unsung Hero Award from Jewish Family Services of Broward County and the Law Alumni Leadership Award from the University of Miami School of Law Alumni Association.
Stacey is currently a commercial litigator with the law firm of Greenspoon Marder in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but in January of 2015 she will join Broward County’s Judiciary elected as a circuit court judge. Stacey has an undergraduate degree from Cornell University in industrial and labor relations, and obtained her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law, where she graduated first in her law school class.
Stacey met her husband Matthew at the Young Leadership Conference in Pittsburg in 2002, and they have two sons.