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Stacey L. Evans

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Page Designer and Writer

Phone: (770) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.com
Local Address:  Atlanta , Georgia , United States
Cobb Life Magazine
580 Fairground St. Se
Marietta , Georgia 30060
United States


Employment History

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  • associate degree
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Freelance Event Specialist, 7 Feb 2015 [cached]
One day Stacey and I got together and started talking about starting our own company and soon after, Freelance Event Specialists was born!
Stacey Evans - Co-Founder
"Stacey and Cecilia are not only efficient, but friendly, professional and so easy to work with.
"Stacey has been a great asset to my company.
"Cecilia and Stacey are wonderful event planners and organizers.
"We were brought into the America's Next Top Model Live Show by Stacey and Cecelia.
"Stacey Evans and Cecilia Tement were grace under pressure every step of the way!
Stacey Evans Co-founder Phone: 705.331.7173
Welcome to National Event Management, 20 Jan 2012 [cached]
Stacey Evans, Show Manager ext. 279;
Stacey Evans, Show Manager ext. 279;
Event Planning Professionals - Tribble Creative Group, 7 Feb 2008 [cached]
Stacey Evans
Project Administrator
Stacey brings to Tribble an exciting background in both journalism and non-profit special event planning and fundraising.
While working as a staff writer, Stacey reported on numerous issues and events that garnered both regional and national media attention.
Stacey credits her four years as a news reporter with the easy transition into event planning by mastering four key elements - meeting deadlines, the ability to multi-task, paying close attention to detail and establishing relationships essential to an event's success.
Stacey ..., 8 July 2015 [cached]
Stacey Evans
Stacey Evans
Stacey Evans, D-Smyrna, who successfully lowered the grade point average requirement for the HOPE Grant and helped establish the Zell Miller Grant, is looking to provide students with additional financial assistance for college.
Evans said she plans on introducing a bill that would provide more assistance for students pursuing an associate degree to be funded by the lottery system, separate from the HOPE Scholarship and Grant program.
While the legislation is still in its infancy and needs fine tuning, Evans said it is imperative the state stop "pricing students out of an education."
High school graduates with a 3.0 grade point average earn partial assistance from the scholarship program, which covers about 90 percent of school tuition depending on the availability of lottery funds, Evans said. Students who have a 3.7 GPA and scored at least 1200 on the SAT's verbal and math sections earn the Zell Miller Scholarship, which covers full tuition costs.
"That is a very high SAT score, and for a lot of students who grew up poor like I did and certainly students from rural areas are less likely to have that SAT score," she said. "It does not mean that they are not qualified to attend college. It does not mean they are not worthy of an investment from the state, through lottery funds, to help them reach their higher education goals."
Evans said the increasing cost of tuition coupled with a decrease in available funding is making it harder for students to afford college.
"Tuition is increasing very rapidly, and because the HOPE scholarship covers only a percentage of revenue based on lottery revenue, it's covering less and less of tuition for students," she said. "Students and families are making up the difference, and it's just becoming such a high number that we are starting to price students out of higher education. That's a terrible thing for students and their families and that's a terrible thing for our economy because we could have less of our citizens/students pursuing higher education and that's not good for our economy obviously."
Part of the state's college funding issue lies in how much lottery funding is kept in reserve, according to Evans.
"People often say government should be run like a business," she said. "A business would never hoard money like that. They would invest in their product, and our product is our citizens and we should be investing that money in them. We should be responsible, and we should hold reserves at a responsible level, which is what legislation requires."
State law requires the state to keep a shortfall reserve of 50 percent of the prior year's payouts, Evans said. In fiscal year 2014, the state kept $347 million more than was required. That $347 million made the total reserve fund 75 percent more than the required $463 million, she added.
by Stacey L. ..., 2 Oct 2011 [cached]
by Stacey L. Evans Cobb Life Magazine The Marietta Daily Journal
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