Stacey Jaffe has over ten years of experience utilizing audience insights to create content for digital channels and television that simultaneously meets the needs of the audience and garners results. At the helm of Teach For America's digital content and channels program, Stacey sets the strategy and vision for how the organization interacts with its audience to achieve its business goals, establishes and scales the digital program, and consistently outperforms prior benchmarks to deliver a best-in-class experience. Stacey is a sought-after speaker on analytics, social media, social listening, and paid ads.
Previously, Jaffe toiled for Nickelodeon's Team Umizoomi (educational preschool television show) in content development. In that role, she conducted focus groups to ascertain how to improve the content to best resonate with the audience. Jaffe also actively volunteers for URJ Camp George. At Camp George, Jaffe created and chairs the Communications Committee where she implemented a strategic plan for social media that later won the Harold Grinspoon Impact in Technology Award.
Jaffe completed her B.A. at Miami University and earned her M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University's Teachers College. Stacey can often be found running in Central Park.
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