Government Relations Consultant, Bstellar™ Group Inc.
Stacey Ann Berry is the founder and president of Bstellar™ Group Inc., a government relations and professional development firm based in Toronto, Canada. She is also a published author and songwriter.
Stacey is a service-driven leader who is passionate about community engagement and youth development. She serves as a mentor for Inspire North, a non-profit in Toronto that aims to empower the “next generation of leaders to pursue their dreams” and a Career Development mentor for Ryerson University. She currently serves as the Chapter President for Blacks in Technology Foundation, which makes tech careers more accessible for black professionals by providing resources, mentorship, career development and scholarships.
Stacey completed a federal policy internship with Local Initiatives Support Corporation in Washington, D.C. She worked for the Federal Government of Canada, the Provincial Government of Ontario and served on a local government Board of Health.
She has a master’s degree in Public Policy Administration and Law as well as, an Honors BA in History and Law and Society from York University. She also has a diploma in Court and Tribunal Administration and a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution
from Seneca College.