Stacy Rector is a native of Dyersburg, Tennessee, a graduate of Rhodes College and Columbia Theological Seminary, and an ordained Presbyterian minister. She served as the Associate Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Nashville for nine years. During her time as a pastor, Stacy served on the board of TADP, the Restorative Justice Coalition of Tennessee, and was a founding member of the board for the Presbyterian Network to End Homelessness. In October 2006, Stacy became Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (TADP), an organization whose mission is to honor life by abolishing the death penalty. She also currently serves on the Peacemaking and Outreach committees for the Presbytery of Middle Tennessee and on the board of People of Faith Against the Death Penalty.
State Field Organizer
Jamie Moeller is originally from Iowa but has lived and worked in various places in the Midwest and on the East Coast. Over the last several years, she coordinated community development programs through the University of Wisconsin-Extension program and taught a college level criminology course in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Jamie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and earned a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminology from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Throughout her college tenure and since graduation, she has worked on various projects at the local, state, and federal level including: urban revitalization efforts in Racine and Kenosha, Wisconsin; political campaigns in Virginia and Wisconsin; civil rights advocacy during an internship at People For the American Way in Washington, D.C.; employment counseling for ex-offenders in a welfare program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and criminal justice reform with the Justice Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.