Stacy Mungo is a dynamic, hard-working individual who has a passion for meaningful work, and is dedicated to bettering communities.
Her background is diverse: working for local and state governments, successfully growing private companies, leading local non-profit organizations, and volunteering for community and school associations.
Stacy attended Long Beach City College, earned her Bachelors in Political Science from CSU Fullerton and her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. She applied and refined her skills while working as a researcher for a Member of the British Parliament.
Ms. Mungo began her professional career in 1997, working for the YMCA of Greater Long Beach. She then worked for the California State University system and in private industry. After completing her Master’s Degree, Stacy established her career with the County of Los Angeles where she is currently the Budget Officer for $130 million, primarily focused on seniors and workforce development.
Her County career has allowed her to work for the Chief Executive Office, the Department of Human Resources and the Department of Animal Care and Control. During her tenure she developed the Countywide Management Mentoring Program, served as a Budget Analyst for Rancho Los Amigos Rehabilitation Center, Office of AIDS Policy/Programs and other Public Health operational and special fund budgets in excess of $700 million, was a City Liaison to more than 51 cities, and a Project Manager for the department’s effort to revolutionize the way they do business.
Stacy sat on the Long Beach Unified School District Board as a Student Member, has continued her professional development though participation and leadership of the American Society for Public Administration, serving terms as the VP of Programs and as President.
Ms. Mungo has continued to serve her community by leading the El Dorado Park Estates Neighborhood Association as President from 2010-2013, and has partnered with We Love Long Beach to share best practices with neighborhood associations across the City. Stacy was recently featured for her innovation in a Long Beach Press Telegram article and in the Long Beach Report for her expansion and partnership with the City to grow the Long Beach Community Concert Series.