Stacy Crook: From alumna to trustee
From student to advisory board vice chair and now trustee, Stacy Crook (’07) has proven her commitment to Governors State University (GovState) many times over.
Crook, a proud alumna of the College of Business’ (COB) Master of Science Accounting program, is a Principal and Director of Investment Accounting at Asset Allocation and Management with more than two decades of financial and investment experience.
Amongst her accomplishments is peer recognition as Diversity MBA’s 2018 Top 100 Under 50 Executive Leaders, an award that recognizes professionals with outstanding achievement in community, leadership, and education who possess an advanced degree or certification.
Actively involved in her community, Crook currently serves as the Chicago Chapter President for the National Black MBA Association and Vice Chair on the COB Advisory Board, which provides guidance, advice and support to the COB Dean and helps the college achieve its mission.
Most recently, Crook became a member of GovState’s Board of Trustees, appointed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker, making her the fourth alum to join the board. Board Chair Angela Sebastian is excited to welcome Crook to the board and looks forward to the expertise she will bring with her background in process optimization, change management and corporate governance.
To read GovState’s announcement for Crook’s appointment to the board, click here.