Stacey, from Suffolk, is a survivor of domestic abuse, a dedicated mother of 6 and an inspiring businesswomen. Stacey publicly speaks out against domestic abuse & is a Domestic Abuse Champion in Suffolk.
Working with Kim Trotter, founder & director of 'Future Female Society', Stacey is a speaker, runs a 'witness session' and an advisor on the "More Than Mum" programme which supports and empowers women in our region for better futures
Stacey also sits as a trustee of Anglia Care Trust to evoke change & better rights for women, working tirelessly to support women by empowering them through networking & connecting them with organisations that can help them rebuild their lives.
Built from the ground up, Stacey has created her own company called 'Vodas Training' which is an acronym meaning ‘Voice Of a Domestic Abuse Survivor’. Stacey works alongside professionals, guiding & training them on how to improve their services that aid vulnerable women in this huge transition in their lives.
Lorna, who nominated Stacey and handed over the vouchers, commented ‘Stacey Runciman received my vote simply because she is one of the most courageous, generous, loving souls to have ever walked the earth in my humble opinion.
One of the most supportive & understanding people I've been lucky enough to meet and has not only been an crucial part of my journey of self discovery, with the aid of Kim Trotter, Stacey Runciman literally saved my life. She is my heroine, providing me with the tools I needed to build a new brighter future and stronger bonds with my family.’