Stacy Whittle Stacy is an actor, producer, entrepreneur, CEO of Front Page Live, and the proud mom of two sons.
She is focused on integrating emerging technologies to make this, and the digital world, a better place.
Stacy has lived and worked in more than a dozen countries and is most proud of her work producing two highly lauded short docs about the joint NASA | USAID program, SERVIR.
Stacy has also appeared in award-winning plays in DC, Ireland, Bahrain, and California including Pankrac45, The Dead, Submission, Helen Hayes winner 448 Psychosis, Black Comedy, Blythe Spirit, No Sex Please, We’re British, and Benefactors to name a few.
She won Broadway World’s Best Actress Award for her work in Molotov Theater’s Nightfall.
Eyes of the Roshi, the independent film she co-produced and acted in playing Eric Roberts’ girlfriend, is now available on Amazon.
She also executive produced a first look at a new play, Hamnet, which will go into full production in 2024.
She has appeared in Haunted History on the History Channel and in dozens of short films in Washington, D.C. Stacy also co-founded Culture Vultures (CV), in Manama Bahrain, the Persian Gulf’s premier performing arts organization.
CV organized hundreds of productions including opera, arts, theater, and classical music. She was also a member of the Manama Singers, a classical music group.
She serves on multiple boards including the Virtual World Society and the Conrad Foundation.
Stacy holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey and a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from the George Washington University.