Stacy Stephens is the Vice President of Marketing & Sales at Knightscope. Stacy was a co-founder of Carbon Motors Corporation where he led marketing operations, sales, product management, partnership marketing and customer service.
As part of its marketing operations, Stacy oversaw Carbon’s branding, corporate communications, media and industry relations, advertising and licensing, as well as market and customer research.
He also led the Company’s advertising responsibilities which included organizing and overseeing trade show exhibiting, printed promotions and electronic promotions such as photo shoots, video production, website development and social media.
While at Carbon, Stacy was responsible for creating and launching the Carbon Council, an innovative and breakthrough customer interface and users group consisting of over 3,000 law enforcement professionals across all 50 states and actively serving over 2,200 law enforcement agencies.
Upon completion of Carbon’s concept demonstration vehicle in 2008, Stacy coordinated the Pure Justice Tour – a 76-stop march across 25 U.S. States, Dubai and Abu Dhabi that introduced Carbon Motors to law enforcement agencies at the local, state, federal and international levels generating a $1.2 billion backlog of pending vehicle sales.
As a former police officer for the Coppell (Texas) Police Department, Stacy brings a first-hand understanding of protecting lives and property, as well as the wants and needs of first responders.
His keen attention to safety in all aspects, strict adherence to rules and regulations, and law enforcement training blend well with his over 20 years of experience in operations, customer service and account management.
In recognition of his efforts, Stacy was named one of Government Technology magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers in 2011 for his vision and commitment to advancing the law enforcement mission.
Stacy studied aerospace engineering at the University of Texas in Arlington. He subsequently earned a degree in criminal justice and graduated as valedictorian from Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas.
He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and also sits on the IACP Division of State Associations of Chiefs of Police (SACOP) SafeShield Project, which seeks to critically examine existing and developing technologies for the purpose of preventing and minimizing officer injuries and fatalities.
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