AUSTIN – The Texas Public Policy Foundation today announced Stacy Hock as the newest member of its Board of Directors. She is manager of the Joel & Stacy Hock Charitable Fund, and co-owner of Hock, LLC. She recently moved back to her hometown of Austin from New York City, where she served on the boards of City Harvest and the Bowery Mission.
"I am humbled and proud to join the distinguished men and women who serve on the Board of the Texas Public Policy Foundation,” said Hock. “The Foundation’s mission to promote and defend liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in the Lone Star State is fundamental to the prosperity and success of all Texans – and Americans."
"I am delighted to welcome Stacy Hock to our Board as the newest addition to the extraordinary Texans who go above and beyond when it comes to securing the future of our great state,” said TPPF President and CEO Brooke Rollins. “The Foundation is truly fortunate to have exceptional leaders on its Board, from many walks of life and many perspectives, whose wise counsel and innovative leadership are indispensable to our success.”
In addition to her roles at the Joel & Stacy Hock Charitable Fund and Hock, LLC., Hock is a homemaker and serves on the boards of City Harvest, the largest food rescue organization in the country with over $100M in revenue; the Bowery Mission which has served the poor in New York City for nearly 150 years; and the African Dream Initiative, educating tomorrow’s African leaders.
Previously, Stacy has held senior management positions at I.B.M., including running the Websphere Software Services business for the Wall Street territory. Ms. Hock received her B.S. in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T., and her M.B.A. from the University of Texas.
Brooke L. Rollins is President and CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit, free-market research institute based in Austin, Texas.