Stacie Walker currently serves as the Director of Communications for Missouri City. In that role, Walker serves as a senior member of the City’s executive team and provides guidance and leadership in community outreach with homeowners associations, media relations, event planning, web site administration, emergency preparedness, social media, and supervision of the City’s print publications, news releases, municipal television station, radio station, and social media networks.
Walker brings more than 28 years of communications experience to the City, with expertise in news media, public relations, team management, mentoring and volunteerism. Under her leadership, the City’s Communications Department has garnered more than 50 state and national media awards.
Awards & Education
Among her many personal achievements, Walker contributed to numerous award-winning reports during her 15 years as a reporter and editor at Newsday in Melville, New York and other publications. Her tenure at Newsday included winning a Pulitzer Prize, Publisher’s awards, and numerous editing, management and leadership honors.
Walker completed a Management/Leadership Fellowship at Harvard University in 2006. She also earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Dowling College in Oakdale, New York in 1999 and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Journalism from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas in 1991.