The daughter of an Army Police Officer and Budget Analyst, Stacy Washington spent the majority of her childhood growing up in Germany.
The daughter of an Army Police Officer and Budget Analyst, Stacy Washington spent the majority of her childhood growing up in Germany. During that time; Stacy traveled to Russia, Spain, Austria, France, England, and the Netherlands, giving her an in depth cosmopolitan view of culture, US foreign policy and the marked differences between a democratic republic and socialism.
After two years at Tennessee State University, Stacy enlisted in the Air Force as a weapons system analyst. During this time, Stacy served on the Eglin Air Force Base Honor Guard. Stacy also served a tour of duty in Saudi Arabia, supporting Operation Desert Shield. Stacy is a fourth generation decorated military veteran.
As well as being the Saturday night host of “Stacy On The Right” on FM NewsTalk 97.1, Stacy Washington is a member of the Project 21 National Advisory Council of the National Center for Public Policy Research, an Emmy Nominated TV personality and a highly sought after speaker; sharing her conservative opinions nationally via television and radio.
Stacy co-hosted the syndicated online radio podcast He Said, She Said: with Demetrius & Stacy Wednesday nights on CDNews Radio. Past guests include: Monica Crowley, Michelle Malkin, Kurt Schlichter, Alfonzo Rachel, Congressman Broun and Tony Katz.
Stacy served as the Executive Director of MoveOnUp.org, and is currently Vice President of her local school district’s Board of Education.
Stacy has appeared on both local and national news outlets such as KSDK News Channel 5, Fox News Channel and The Blaze TV. Stacy writes for Freedom Works, and Townhall Magazine and has contributed to On the Culture, Conservative Daily News, Big Journalism, Family Events, The Beacon and many other publications online and print.
Stacy is a happily married mother of three children, and Bentley the Maltese. You can reach her via email at email@example.com and on Twitter @StacyOnTheRight.