“This value is a big part of what drew me to Campuslogic. ‘Changing the world’ takes hard work and lots of grit. I want to be part of a place that’s always making a difference.”
—Stacie Mallen, Chief People Officer
You might call Stacie a rebel. She also answers to troublemaker and entrepreneur. To her, that means she’s doing her job: Pushing organizations toward change, growth, and purpose. After spending two decades in a progression of successful startup companies, she is our most recent addition to the CampusLogic leadership team.
From Chem Class to Finding Chemistry in People Ops
Stacie graduated from Butler University with a degree in chemistry, but she ended up following a path that led to more and more responsibility in managing human resources. “I’m drawn to purpose-driven companies that want to optimize strategies through their people,” she says. “My passion is to help create the very best place someone has ever worked.”
The ABCs of Student Finance
Pondering ‘the ABCs of Student Finance’ (improving accessibility, reducing student borrowing, driving down the cost of administration), Stacie says that accessibility is most important to her. “I was fortunate to be raised by a grandfather who looked under every single rock to afford me the opportunity to go to college,” she says. “But I recognize that many students don’t have that kind of help. Through technology, more people now have more opportunities to change their lives through higher education. I’m proud to be a part of that.”
In Her So-Called Spare Time
Stacie evangelizes for HR leadership and innovation whenever she gets a chance—speaking and writing on disrupting long-held norms. A fitness fanatic and trainer, she holds a blue belt in Krav Maga—and she keeps her family just as active. In addition to her husband and three kids, Stacies’ “tribe of rebels” includes four English bulldogs.