Stacey Singleton-Allen has worked over 15 years in child welfare serving children and families in 2 counties in the State of Florida. She started her career working in Orlando, Florida at Kids Hope United (which is now One Hope United) which brought her to the Tampa Bay Area in 2011. Stacey holds a bachelor degree from Bethune Cookman College (now Bethune Cookman University) in psychology. She has held various positions including case manager, placement coordinator, and permanency specialist. Stacey wanted a change and graduated from Webster’s University with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling. Stacey worked for Families First of Florida working in different therapeutic positions such as Specialized Therapeutic Foster Care (STFC) Therapist, CBHA Assessor, STFC Program Manager, and later Director of Intake and Assessments.
Stacey began working with Children’s Network of Hillsborough in November as a Clinical Services Specialist.