Lacey has been with The Stoller Group of Companies since 2006. In her current role as Director of HR Services with Xenium, Lacey oversees the direct leadership of her HR team as they serve business all over Oregon, SW Washington, California and in many other parts of the country. Lacey has over eight years of experience in recruiting, human resource management and client service, starting her career at Express Employment Professionals before transitioning to Xenium in 2009.
She is known for her ability to develop deep relationships with her clients by understanding their unique businesses and specific challenges in addition to partnering with their employees and managers to find ways to elevate people practices. Lacey is proud to be a key player in partnering with companies in our region to develop best practices, ensure compliance, and create cultures where employees and managers are excited to come to work. Lacey has always had an interest in human resources and training and working with people, which is what led her to Xenium. Her passion for helping people and businesses prosper makes her a natural fit for her work as a Human Resource Business Partner.
Lacey provides employee relations advice and technical HR expertise on a daily basis. She is known for finding unique ways to incorporate her love of “figuring people out” and delivering best practice HR consultation to understand people and create workplaces where employees can grow and develop. She works with a wide array of industries including technology firms, manufacturing, start-up businesses, and the restaurant industry.
Hallmarks of Lacey’s work include her consistently cheerful customer service and her “I’ve already done what you just asked me to do, what can I assist you with next?” style of client service. Lacey is a member of SHRM and obtained her SHRM-SCP certification in December of 2016, and has been certified with her PHR since 2010. Lacey has been involved in volunteer work with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon since 2002 and received the Stoller Group Community Service Award in 2011. Lacey has also been actively involved in Xenium’s XCITE (Xenium Culture Integration and Team Enhancement) Committee since 2010 and received the Xenium Promise Culture Award in 2016.
She graduated from Portland State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. When she has free time, Lacey enjoys spending time with friends and family in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, antiquing and thrifting for treasures, and finding projects to do in her home or yard. She finds the most joy in chasing her daughter, Avery, around and learning all there is to know about lizards, snakes and dinosaurs (a current obsession of her kiddo).
“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.” – Brene Brown
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