As a member of FEMA’s Senior Executive Service, Stacey Street serves as the Director for the Office of Grant Administration within FEMA’s Grant Programs Directorate (GPD). She is accountable for the proper non-disaster grant award administration of over 4,000 annual grant awards and 10,000 open awards, spanning across 96 grant programs worth approximately $30 billion. In addition to this, she oversees non-disaster grants management activities ranging from OIG, GAO, A-133, and A-123 audits; environmental and historic preservation; data management; grants systems; and policy.
Prior to this position, Ms. Street oversaw GPD’s Program Support Division PSD. In that capacity, she was responsible for consolidating previously-disparate and duplicative information management, training, and system-based services, and transforming these services into strategically-coordinated, robust, proactive, and predictable assistance. Prior to this position, Ms. Street served as the Branch Chief for Program Development and Information Management (PDIM). In that capacity, she was responsible for leading and managing her team and their associated efforts in order to help ensure success in the development, allocation methodology, and application review processes of 14+ competitive and noncompetitive grant programs, totaling over $3 billion annually in homeland security preparedness grant awards to hundreds of State, local, tribal, and nonprofit grant recipients.
Ms. Street also served as the Section Chief for the GPD Eastern Branch, as well as the Preparedness Officer for Delaware, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Tennessee, Puerto Rico, and Alabama, and the Urban Area cities of Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Memphis. In these capacities she provided strategic, programmatic, and grants management leadership and guidance to team members, States and Urban Areas.
Ms. Street began her career working as a consultant for Research Planning, Inc. (RPI) and Booz Allen Hamilton. With RPI, she provided on-site support to FEMA Headquarters, assisting in the creation, conduct, and analyses of qualitative and quantitative studies focusing on State terrorism preparedness. She also supported the Department of Defense as a Program Analyst, where she held responsibility for the development and execution of over 50 tabletop and full-scale weapons of mass destruction (WMD) exercises in over 35 cities. With Booz Allen Hamilton, she provided on-site policy support to the Director of the Office of State and Local Government Coordination at the newly-established DHS Headquarters.
Ms. Street is a May 2013 graduate of the Department of Homeland Security’s Senior Executive Service (SES) Candidate Development Program. She also has a Masters of Public Administration degree from George Mason University, and a Bachelor of Arts – Government degree from the University of Virginia. She resides in Burke, Virginia with her husband and three children.