Meet Stacy

Journalist, Health Advocate, Wife, Mother

Stacy Case has enjoyed a front-row seat to history for more than 30 years as a journalist that took her all over the country and world. Before transitioning from her career in television, Stacy anchored the evening news in Nashville and worked as an investigative reporter.  "It`s one thing to cover a story. It`s another to offer solutions, to right a wrong, to be a voice for those who routinely go unheard. I am honored to have been the conduit."

During Stacy's career, she received multiple Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Awards.  She’s covered Presidents, Congress, the Supreme Court, medical missions in the Philippines, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York, the Pope in Rome, and D-Day Remembrances in France among others.

Stacy worked as a national correspondent with CBS Network News in New York servicing CBS Newspath, CBS Morning News, CBS Early Show, CBS Weekend Edition, and CBS Up to the Minute. Her career has included main anchor positions in Cincinnati, Ohio, Champaign, Illinois and Greenville, Mississippi. She also worked as the News Director in MS, taking her station to the #1 spot in ratings for the first time in station history. 

Stacy has owned a production company hosting and producing shows on HGTV, Fine Living Network, and DIY Network, enjoying ‘fun’ TV on the side.

Her board appointments include Homeowner’s Association President of the Board, Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition Board Member, Media & Publication Advisory Board at Christ Presbyterian Academy, and Treasurer of the Board at Ravenwood Tennis. Stacy’s additional community involvement includes former Girl Scout troop leader, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, St. Jude Dream Home Campaign, Nashville Rescue Mission, Tennessee Baptist Children's Home, Foundation Fighting Blindness, Read Across America, American Cancer Society`s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer & ACS Best Dressed Ball Honoree.

Stacy and her husband, Chris Stout, have been married for more than 24 years and together for 29. Their life is non-stop with two teens in sports. They enjoy community service and travel adventures in their spare family time. They are members of Brentwood United Methodist Church where Stacy taught Sunday School and Vacation Bible School.

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