Mollison was born in Guyana, South America and grew up in Brooklyn, NY until she moved to Atlanta in 1995 after undergrad and attended Graduate school in Georgia. Ms. Mollison is very active in her community serving as a Board of Directors member of several local and national organizations, including as President of Guyana Georgia Tourism & Business Authority, Trustee for the Board of Directors of the Guyana Association of Georgia, Inc., Board of Director’s member on the Empire Board of Realist, Inc. and the EREB Foundation. She enjoys giving back through philanthropy, entrepreneurship & technology training, and advocacy both in the USA and in Guyana.
Stacey Mollison accomplishments include, in 2010 she was named one of Atlanta’s 40 Rising Stars by Atlanta Business Journal, in 2014 named one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Women of Influence by Atlanta Business League, in 2017 she graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program for Entrepreneurs, in 2018 she completed the Inner City Capital Connections Program and also received Presidential Award for Community Service from the Guyana Association of Georgia (GAOG), in 2019 she was awarded Small Business Government Contractor of the Year by NCMA, in 2020 she completed Morehouse College AGAP Entrepreneurial Leadership Program and Babson College Black Women
Entrepreneurial Leadership (BWEL) program and in 2021 she completed The Coca Cola Company Supplier Development Program (3CSDI) and was awarded by the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) the 2021 Trail Blazer Award for her work advocating, educating and supporting black real estate professionals. She is currently in Atlanta Business League’s 2022 Next Level Leadership Program. Ms. Mollison is also a co-author of the book Mission Unstoppable: Extraordinary Stories of Failures Blessings with Les Brown and George Fraser.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”, quotes Dr. Claire Nelson (Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies) “Stacey Mollison voluntarily shares not only her time but her knowledge with people around her and that is a deed worth honoring” continue Dr. Nelson.