Stacey Hunt Spier
Stacey Hunt Spier is a dedicated community advocate and volunteer. As a representative of the Hunt Family Foundation, she works closely with community funders. Since 2002, Stacey has been actively involved in various civic, charitable, and educational organizations. Some of these include Kid Excel, The Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center, Amor Por Juarez, the Lydia Patterson Institute, and the Junior League of El Paso. Currently, she serves on the board of directors for the El Paso Art Museum Foundation, Paso Del Norte Community Foundation, and the El Paso Opera, where she previously served as Chairman of the Board for three terms. Additionally, Stacey is a founding leadership cabinet member for the Paso del Norte Center at the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute.
In recognition of her exceptional leadership, support, and efforts to engage the community, Stacey received the National Trustee Recognition Award in 2019 from the El Paso Opera. Furthermore, in 2022, she received the prestigious Maestro Award, which honors individuals who have made remarkable contributions to the arts.
Stacey holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Southern Methodist University and a post-graduate degree in Occupational Therapy from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. For ten years, she practiced as an Occupational Therapist specializing in adult brain injury, working in San Francisco and El Paso.