Stacy D. Heading
Stacy Heading was born August 23, 1969. He was born and grew up in Trenton, NJ and attended Trenton Public Schools. Stacy graduated from Trenton Central High School June 1988. Stacy attended Devry University and is a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Training program where he received various awards. A Competent Toastmaster and certified literacy tutor with Literacy Volunteers of America. This was Stacy's first call to giving back, assisting his fellow brothers and sisters in the community with basic literacy fundamentals. Stacy is also on the advisory board of UIH Operation Fatherhood.
Stacy is the Program Director of EEJ Ministries S.E.E.D Male Mentoring Program. "Servant Endeavoring to Empower and Develop". (S.E.E.D.s has been featured often in the Trenton Times and Trentonian) Stacy designs unique and various workshops to aid in the self development of today's youth. Mr. Heading is employed full time at Isles YouthBuild Institute, where he is the Evening Program Lifeskills Coordinator. Stacy is known in the community as a true humanitarian always encouraging and rallying the youth to give back to their communication.
Stacy has received various awards. His most recent is the Community Recognition Award given by the In Her Shoes Organization. As Program Director of the S.E.E.D. Male Mentoring Program, Stacy received the 2011 Community Change Award in Education given at the New Jersey Black Issues Convention. Stacy also received "The Man We Most Admire" awarded to him by the Women Who Means Business founded by Annette Lartigue. Stacy also hosted one of his most noted workshops "Escaping The Grips of Gang Violence" at the New Jersey Concerned Black Issues Convention hosted by Chairman of the Board and Director of Housing and Development Mr. Jerome Harris. Mr. Heading is a Deacon at True Servant Worship and Praise Church, where he most received the 2011 "Man of the Year" award.
- Trenton Area Soup Kitchen
- WatersEdge Nursing Home
- Royal Health Gate Rehabilitation Center
- Rutgers 4H Educational Program
- Mercer County Smile Gear Up Youth Program
- 2016 Department of Labor and Workforce Excellence Award
- 2015 Trey Lane Community Award
- 2014 National Black Women of Congress Award
- 2012 IMPACT Magazine Encouragement Award
- 2011 Trenton Black Image Award