Stacy Burdett

Stacy Burdett has been a trusted resource on countering anti-Semitism to leaders across the political spectrum since the 1990’s. She works with corporations, nonprofits and government officials on strategies to fight anti-Semitism and bigotry and to integrate it into corporate DEI programs and culture. As ADL’s Vice President for Government Relations, Advocacy and Community Engagement, Stacy testified before Congress, directed national issue campaigns and designed coalition building training programs used in the US and in Europe.  As  Government and External Relations Director at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, she worked with members of Congress and the administration to explore America’s response to the Holocaust and its relevance to societal and policy challenges today.

She serves on advisory boards for: The William S. Cohen Institute for Leadership & Public Service, University of Maine; The Southern Poverty Law Center Intelligence Project. The Capital Jewish Museum in Washington, DC, and The Jewish Democratic Council of America.