LtGen H. Stacy Clardy, III, USMC (Ret)
Stacy Clardy is a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general who uses his experience, knowledge, and skills to help others and promote growth. Whether in service within the public or private sectors, he assists a wide range of organizations in overcoming challenges, taking advantage of opportunities, reaching goals, and achieving excellence. He is an infantry officer with over 38 years of service and command experience from platoon to marine expeditionary force level. As a result, Stacy is an expert in focusing on and harnessing the power of people in diverse organizations, building high-performance teams and partnerships, creating successful strategies, developing cultures of innovation, improving decision-making processes, and exceeding expectations.
In support of national security objectives, Stacy successfully led countless organizations in the throes of change and engaged in highly competitive environments and war. He supported the U.S. and her allies during multiple tours in the Pentagon, East Asia, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. In his final military assignment as the Commanding General of III Marine Expeditionary Force, he commanded the largest U.S. Marine Corps force in defense of America's overseas allies and U.S. interests. The most senior Department of Defense military and civilian officials sought his advice on issues as broad as strategic weapons acquisition to sexual assault prevention.
Stacy believes in clearly stating goals, creating positive paths and plans for success, and empowering those responsible with appropriate direction, support, and resources. Most importantly, he values the power of people. He is passionate about personnel and leadership development, training and education, and mentoring at all levels. Stacy strives to broaden his theoretical and applicable knowledge in many professional and personal endeavors. He is at his best when breaking new ground or old norms and energizing teams to collaborate and innovate.
He is available as an executive coach, mentor, negotiator, speaker, and facilitator.