Prior to launching FixList in 2015, Stacey worked for the City of Philadelphia for five years practicing data science and operations engineering for the City’s Vacant Property Strategy and Open Data initiative. She is a graduate of Northwestern University, having studied Manufacturing & Design Engineering with a mix of courses from the Savannah College of Art and Design to balance both her creative and more disciplined interests.
She is the outgoing Programming Chair of Young Involved Philadelphia and an active member of the Urban Land Institute, sitting on the Policy & Land Use Council, Young Leadership Council, and NEXT cohort. Outside of civic life, Stacey is a hiker and cyclist who loves convening the wonderful people she's come to know. She is honored to be recognized as one of Billy Penn’s Who’s Next in Entrepreneurship, and by the Philadelphia Business Journal as an emerging Woman in Technology.
January 24th, 2017 | 34 mins 25 secs
For five years, data scientist Stacey Mosely worked on software that helped city engineers track everything from potholes to problem properties. Now, she’s pouring her knowledge into a business that helps real estate developers identify where they can fight blight—while making a profit—through targeted investment.