Stacey Lotz

Assistant Director of Student Entrepreneurship
Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship

Since 2022, Stacey Lotz has been with the Veale Institute as the Assistant Director for Student Entrepreneurship, where she onboarded and managed the first cohort of the Veale Snyder Fellowship, a one-year deep dive into entrepreneurship through experiential learning. In her role, she works closely with the student fellows, collaborates with other entrepreneurial fellowships on campus and manages the Morgenthaler-Pavey Startup Competition which is open to all CWRU students and recent alumni. 

What excites her most about her role is the opportunity to step back to review, refine and improve the many student programs offered by the Veale Institute. Her passion for the job is people; she is amazed and inspired by the creativity and determination of the students and enjoys collaborating with her talented colleagues.

Stacey has held various roles at Case Western Reserve University for 15 years and recently completed her Master of Nonprofit Organizations (MNO) from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at CWRU.