Meet Stacy Cline, GoDaddy's Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Senior Director

Jun 1, 2021 11:00 AM ET
Stacy Cline, Senior Director of Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability

GoDaddy, the company empowering everyday entrepreneurs around the world, is proud to be an advocate for inclusive entrepreneurship through its Empower by GoDaddy signature initiative. 

Empower by GoDaddy equips entrepreneurs in underserved communities with the training, tools, and networks needed to accelerate their journeys. At the helm of the program is Stacy Cline, Senior Director of GoDaddy’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Sustainability. In her role, Stacy is responsible for driving the strategic direction of GoDaddy’s social impact efforts, leading CSR processes and initiatives, and developing and implementing the company’s sustainability strategy.

Stacy works with leading nonprofits and partners in local communities, such as the Better Business Bureau in Phoenix to host highly personalized and hands-on small business training courses. The goal is to address the most pressing issues underserved entrepreneurs face including lack of resources, mentorship and confidence and create programs that have the ability to level the playing field for these entrepreneurs. 

“GoDaddy is an extremely mission-driven business and we want everything we do to ladder back to our goal of empowering entrepreneurs and making opportunity more inclusive for all,” said Stacy Cline. “We also know that the journey to entrepreneurship is unique and can be more rigorous for others. With Empower by GoDaddy we don’t just financially invest in local communities, but dedicate our time, resources and knowledge base in order to create a lasting impact for these entrepreneurs.” 

Stacy Cline has been with GoDaddy for over 8 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

If you would like learn more about what GoDaddy is doing to support entrepreneurs in underserved communities, please visit here.