Stacy Bonomi, Board Member
Stacy and her husband Joel chose Prescott for retirement after visiting the town and surrounding areas for many years. Their love for western history and culture made Prescott the perfect place for retirement.
Stacy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in finance and a secondary single-subject credential in business. Her career spanned retail, banking and education. Stacy’s career spent in education included teaching business courses at the high school and junior college levels. She also volunteered at the elementary and junior high school levels in the computer lab, designing learning expectation boards and decorating for dances. She also served on education related advisory committees.
A descendant of a ranching family, Stacy’s ancestral roots date back to the 1800’s in Wyoming and Montana. She was naturally drawn to the Prescott Western Heritage Center because of their dedicated volunteers and its mission to preserving Prescott’s unique western history. The Center’s desire to educate the public on Yavapai County’s heritage serendipitously cemented Stacy’s two great passions—preserving western culture and education.
Stacy volunteered for the 2019 Prescott Western Heritage Center fundraiser as well as decorated the Center for both Acker Night and the Christmas Season. In her new role, Stacy looks forward to working with fellow board members and volunteers. Her goals include reaching out to local schools and the community to develop programs for ongoing field trips to the Center that would pertain to Yavapai County history. She also looks forward to being involved with the planning and implementation of local activities and events. Stacy is honored to join this great venture.