Congratulations to Florida Network of Youth and Family Services President and CEO Stacy Gromatski for receiving Tallahassee Woman Magazine’s 2016 Women Who Mean Business “Torchbearer” Award! Stacy’s dedication to the Florida Network and the children and families we serve is truly inspiring. We are proud to be represented by such a hard working and influential woman.
“Stacy has an unwavering commitment to justice and respect for all the people she works on behalf of – as well as for the folks she works for and with – to make life better for those she serves,” said Dominic Calabro, president and CEO of Florida TaxWatch and immediate past chairman of the Florida Network board of directors. “Stacy is very bright, highly dedicated, caring, focused and an effective leader.”
Stacy has served the Florida Network as president and CEO since 2010. She began her career in 1990 as a counselor and youth care worker at Arnette House in Ocala, Florida. She then served as the program director overseeing programs, services and a 20-bed shelter. Later she worked as CEO and president of Capital City Youth Services. She now oversees the statewide Florida Network association for runaway and troubled youth shelters and programs. She also serves on the board of directors for Florida TaxWatch and is a member of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group.
Florida Network is honored to have attended the 2016 Women Who Mean Business Awards. This annual event recognizes the inspiring and accomplished women of the Tallahassee and Big Bend community. Thank you Tallahassee Woman Magazine for Stacy’s nomination and well-deserved recognition through the Torchbearer Award!