Stacey Whomsley

Stacey WhomsleyStacey Whomsley
Region 3, term expires December 2025

Stacey received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University and has been a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 2005. Stacey has been working in technology since 1999, beginning as a Technical Analyst with Accenture where she worked with multiple Telecommunication clients in Philadelphia and the greater mid-Atlantic region before moving over to Siemens Medical Solutions in Malvern, PA. While at Siemens Medical Solutions Stacey discovered her passion for project management and became a certified PMP. She continues to maintain her credentials as a dedicated lifelong learner.  

In 2006, Stacey joined Wyeth Pharmaceuticals which Pfizer then acquired in 2009.  She recently celebrated her 15th anniversary at Pfizer where she has worked with multiple enabling functions (HR, Finance, and Procurement) and managed multiple enterprise-wide transformational technology programs. Stacey is currently a Director in Pfizer’s Digital organization and serves as the Client Partner for Oncology Medical Affairs. As the daughter of a metastatic breast cancer patient, and BRCA2 carrier herself, Stacey has a very personal connection to the work she does every day at Pfizer.

Stacey grew up in West Chester and is an alum of Unionville High School. She and her husband, Aaron, chose the West Chester area for their family due to its diversity and wonderful community. They have two sons, ages 11 and 10, currently in the 4th and 6th grades. Both of their children have special education needs and it was their experience during the pandemic, and remote learning, that got Stacey involved in advocating for public education. Making public education safe and accessible for all children is what got her motivated, but it was the stories shared across our community that kept her involved.  

Stacey is an active alum of Cornell University and worked for 15+ years with the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network, meeting with prospective students, and then moved on to become a member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women. 

Stacey is honored to be one of the newly elected School Directors of the West Chester Area School District, and was sworn in for a four-year term in December 2021. She serves on the Property & Finance, Policy, and Personnel Committees.