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2023 Women’s Philanthropy Spring Event

March 22, 2023 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm


Come celebrate the incredible women of Atlanta and learn how your philanthropy supports mental wellness programs in the Jewish community.  

Stacie Brockman, founder of Metier Creative, will speak about the importance of mental health initiatives in our modern world. Stacie is an entrepreneur who bravely uses her platform to share her mental health journey and to advocate for improvements to mental healthcare in North America. The conversation will be led by Ina Enoch, PH.D., of Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS).   

Entrepreneur, Investor and Board Member

Stacie Brockman

Stacie Brockman is a serial entrepreneur, passionate investor and dedicated board member. She is known for her ability to scale a brand from idea to inception to skyrocket sales to an acquisition. Her specialty is finding the white space for start-ups and helping them grow to be Fortune 500 status. And, relaunching (or repositioning) Fortune 500 brands and helping them be more nimble like a start-up in this social-first world.

Stacie's clients (past and present) include: Disney, CHANEL, Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Moda Operandi, Millie Bobby Brown (FLORENCE), Halsey (ABOUT FACE), Gwen Stefani (GXVE Beauty), Cindy Crawford (Meaningful Beauty), Lauryn Hill, OUAI Haircare, Estee Lauder, La Mer, Versed, Rita Hazan, Dr. Dennis Gross, Augustinus Bader, Bliss, Glamsquad, Origins, Megababe, Tiffany & Co., The Last Line, Alison Lou, Stuart Weitzman, Hudson Jeans, J Brand, Craig Robins & Miami Design District, Playboy, and more.

Stacie has been featured in: Forbes, Huffington Post, Fashionista, My Domaine, Girl Boss, Toronto Life, E!, SiriusXM Wharton School of Business Podcast, Soho House, SCAD Style and The Glossy Podcast.

Stacie began her career at the age of 21 as a founding member of The Coveteur, a content-to-commerce media company, which was acquired by Great Bowery in August 2019. In 2015, at the age of 25, she co-founded Métier Creative, an advertising and branding agency. Stacie led a 7-figure raise and formed a joint venture with NEXT Model Management, which allowed her to run a 30-person, all-women-powered team in New York and Toronto. In August 2019, Stacie sold her equity stake and exited Métier to focus on her mental health, her family and to launch a more personal project, PLZ&THX. PLZ&THX is a new-age brand incubator and venture fund. PLZ&THX primarily invests in female founders who are changemakers, category-disruptors and cultural innovators.

Upon exiting Métier in the summer of 2019, Stacie focused her efforts on healing herself and addressing her underlying mental health issues. As a longtime sufferer of debilitating chronic migraines, crippling anxiety, ongoing OCD and persistent treatment-resistant depression, Stacie shifted her attention to focus solely on self-care. Despite the looming fear of failure, judgement and stigma, Stacie’s inward journey to rehabilitate her mental health proved even more life changing than she imagined. It was during this time she became more vulnerable; she began sharing her personal struggles publicly on social media, which led to her new found love for helping others suffering silently. Through this, Stacie has found her true calling in being a voice of a generation, a pillar of strength for others, and a compassionate resource for those in search of answers.

Stacie is a proud Lion of Judah and active philanthropist both locally and nationally. She currently serves on the national board for Dignity Grows and is the youngest member in history to join the board of Foundation for Jewish Camp. She is passionate about applying her time, talent and treasure to people and causes, which include Jewish camping, women’s rights, Women IN Philanthropy, Jewish Family & Child Services, and USC's MentorHer program. Most recently, she spoke in front of 1200 women about her personal experience with mental health issues at the 2022 International Lion of Judah Conference.

Stacie has a bachelor’s degrees in Journalism from the prestigious Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada (her hometown). Stacie and her husband, Jay, now live in Scottsdale, Arizona. She’s a new-ish mother to her adorable 1-year-old son, Hudson, and dog, Ollie.

PH.D., of Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS)

Ina Enoch

Ina is a child and adolescent psychologist who has been in practice for almost thirty years.

She worked in the Cobb County School System as a school psychologist before completing her Ph.D. in Psychology. Ina was in private practice for fifteen years conducting psychological evaluations and doing individual and family therapy and has been at Jewish Family and Career Services as a contract psychologist for thirteen years.

Ina has worked with children and families of all ages and currently specializes in working with female teens, college students and young adults with a wide variety of mental health issues including anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorders. She also focuses on family and peer relationships.

Ina has a particular interest in mind-body connection and focuses on the importance of mindfulness and physical health.

Besides her professional work, she has been married for 43 years and has two adult sons and one daughter-in-law. Her most important job is babysitting her 10-month-old grandson every Friday.

It’s because of your generosity that Federation’s partners can offer lifesaving services to people struggling with mental wellness. Your adult daughters and granddaughters are encouraged to come hear Stacie’s story and to learn about the important role of philanthropy in our community.  

Registration opens at 11 am. Program begins promptly at 11:30 am

Lions of Judah ($5,400+) and Pomegranates ($1,800+) are invited to RSVP below.

Spring Event Co-Chairs
​​​​​​​Leah Blum | Jody Goldstein | Caren Merlin | Lori Vainer 

Women’s Philanthropy 2023 Leadership
​​​​​​​Tamar Stern, Women’s Philanthropy President 
Deborah Jacobs, Women’s Philanthropy Campaign Chair 
Carey Guggenheim, Women’s Philanthropy Campaign Vice-Chair

Host Committee
Lauren Abes, Ellen Arnovitz,  Amy Arogeti, Marcy Bass, Caryn Berzack, Leah Blum, Staci Brill, Beth Brown, Sheryl Eisenberg, Suzy Engelhard
Stacey Fisher, Amy Fox, Jody Goldstein, Ellen Goldstein, Dara Grant, Tracey Grant, Lisa Greenberg, Shauna Grosswald, Carey Guggenheim
Barbara Halpern, Deborah Jacobs, Dee Kline, Sara Kogon, Jennifer Korach, Debbie Kuniansky, Stephanie Kupor, Rita LeVine, Staci Libowsky
Susan Mannheimer, Caren Merlin, Nancy Nelkin, Sheri Panovka, Elisa Prager, Kathy Rubenstein, Lynn Saperstein, Elana Satisky, Cathy Selig, Linda Selig, Michelle Simon, Vicky Sloan, Tamar Stern, Robin Sysler, Lori Vainer, Sheri Weiner

Questions? Contact Becca Langfelder.

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March 22, 2023
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
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The InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
3315 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30326 United States
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