Co-Founder and CEO, Blogalicious
Founder and Creative Director, Justice Fergie Lifestyle Media
Stacey (also known online as Justice Fergie) is a digital brand strategist, new media attorney, veteran blogger, event producer, social media personality, public speaker, freelance writer, and Chief Curator of the Be Blogalicious community and conferences celebrating diversity among women in social media.
Since 2009, Stacey has been instrumental in growing the Blogalicious community to a movement of over 8,000 multicultural influencers. Through the Blogalicious b-Link Marketing Network, Stacey creates and activates influencer outreach and social marketing campaigns for brands and organizations including: Proctor & Gamble, McDonalds, Sears/Kmart, Aio Wireless, The US State Department and more. The cornerstone of the Blogalicious brand is its annual Blogalicious Weekend conference, produced by Stacey and her team since 2009, that is a 3-day educational and experiential event featuring high-profile speakers (such as Marc Morial, Amy DuBois Barnett, Soledad O’Brien) and major consumer brands (such as KIA Motors, Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Interactive, General Mills, Johnson and Johnson and many more). She is responsible for a 200+% growth increase in both conference attendance and sponsorship revenues in 5 short years.
Stacey has been featured in various media, including NPR, Fox, Southern Living Magazine, The Washington Post, The Loop21, Mashable, Sirius-XM Radio, Uptown Magazine, Black Enterprise, JET Magazine, Mommy Noire, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, and all around the Web. She has been named as a 2012 Best Brand of the Year by Stiletto Media and A Top 10 Black Innovator of 2013 by MVMT50 at SXSW.
She is a wife, and mother of 3 and resides in the DC Metro Area, and was an attorney in the US Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Advertising Practices for 7 years, where she specialized in investigating unfair acts and practices relating to social media disclosures, spyware and adware, and peer-to-peer file sharing, among other hi-tech goods and services issues.