Lacey is the Project Manager for Right on Crime.

Lacey comes to Right on Crime and the S3C Project from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). During her time at ALEC, Lacey served in a few roles including directing the Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force, managing the policy department, and coordinating events for the organization. Before ALEC, she worked at the Leadership Institute as a Career Services Intern and later as a Programs Assistant. Lacey’s first introduction to Washington, D.C. was a Government Relations and Advocacy internship with the International Justice Mission during her last semester of college in the spring of 2015. She is a West Virginia native but attended Liberty University, where she studied Government: Politics & Policy and Philosophy, and has lived in Virginia ever since.

Lacey became active in politics as well as in her community while at college, where she had the opportunity to volunteer on a few political campaigns, as well as help, lead a student-run, community outreach ministry called Campus Serve, where she worked with young, low-income mothers and their families.

In her free time, Lacey enjoys reading, trying new coffee shops, and attending concerts.