Stacy Armijo


The key to Stacy Armijo’s heart is likely attached to a white board marker. A natural leader, communicator and teacher, Stacy leads Pierpont’s marketing and is responsible for building our internal processes and people as our executive vice president. Her expertise includes communication planning, message development, media relations, crisis communications, marketing and digital communications. Stacy has led account teams that have garnered numerous communication awards and is valued by clients for her ability to communicate complex ideas concisely and produce meaningful results.

Over the years, Stacy has amassed insight in elevating brand reach and influence among stakeholders, particularly for clients in sectors such as real estate, engineering, associations, healthcare, energy, professional services and technology. She is active in her industry, including serving on the national Board of Directors for the American Marketing Association and she teaches “Public Relations Strategies” in the Moody College of Communications at the University of Texas at Austin.

Stacy is also a leader in the Central Texas community. Her recognitions include winning the Austin Under 40 Award for “Marketing, PR and Advertising” and being named a Woman of Influence by the Austin Business Journal. She has also served as Chairman of the Board for the American Red Cross of Central Texas; is a graduate of Leadership Austin’s Emerge and Essential programs; was a Fellow for the Next Generation Project Texas by the Robert S. Strauss Center at UT Austin; and was a McBee Fellow for the Austin Area Research Organization (AARO). Currently, Stacy is a Trusted Advisor for Vistage International, the world’s foremost chief executive leadership organization and she serves on the Member Relations Committee for the Austin Chamber of Commerce.

Stacy earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Texas at Austin and speaks regularly about public relations, marketing, social media and community involvement. 

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