I’ve known Stacey McEvoy for the past decade, and while I’ve always been grateful for our friendship, I’m equally appreciative of her commitment to Chatham.
When I first met Stacey, she was completing her Master’s degree, commuting to Columbia University in Upper Manhattan several times a week while balancing the responsibilities of raising three young children. Though her schedule was arguably quite full, Stacey impressed me further by making time to give back to the community she loves.
Stacey serves as a lector and faith formation teacher at St. Patrick’s Church. Additionally, she spent four years volunteering for Chatham United Soccer as a parent team manager. Wanting to be a force for good in her own backyard, Stacey is vice president of Chatham Bridging the Gap, which provides resources to borough families facing a financial crisis. She also serves on the Madison-Chatham Coalition, which is committed to the prevention and awareness of substance abuse among our youth. In championing causes that are close to her heart, Stacey has made life better for countless Chatham families.
True to her altruistic nature, Stacey chose to remain in the community when she finished her degree, working for local publications, which has allowed her to keep her finger on the pulse of the issues that matter most to borough residents.
In her role as writer and editor of Chatham Living, Stacey shines a spotlight
on our neighbors who also work tirelessly to ensure that our borough remains a wonderful place to live.
Smart, compassionate, and dedicated, Stacey McEvoy is the right choice for Chatham.