Stacey Keare

Stacey Keare is the current Board Chair at Women Moving Millions.  She is an attorney, philanthropist, and public policy analyst who, along with her husband, is the Founder of the Girls Rights Project, an organization dedicated to advancing the rights of girls throughout the world using a combination of research, advocacy and philanthropy. Stacey has spent the last twenty years finding and supporting innovative grass roots organizations that help girls gain access to education and sport, develop leadership skills, and live lives of safety, hope, and economic opportunity.

Stacey studied international relations at Stanford University, has a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a law degree from UC Law San Francisco. She has also been a Board member of Summit Public Schools, and the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County. She is on the Kennedy School’s Women’s Leadership Board, Tahirih Justice Center SF Advisory Board, Parity Lab Advisory Board and is a founding investor in the Giving List Women. She has three daughters, Haley, Ryan and Brooke and lives in Woodside with her husband John Hodge.

Possible Talks:

  •  Effective philanthropic collaboratives
  • Trends in international community-based solution-making: an inside look at what’s working
  • Using a legal career to advance philanthropy and advocacy