Stephanie Lucie

Stephanie Lucie

Class of 2015

 

Stephanie Lucie currently serves on the Board of Directors of Consortia Health Holdings, as well as outside counsel to Austin Ventures, where she served as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer until she resigned to focus on other activities.  She has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, and was instrumental in numerous acquisitions and integration in her previous positions. She has served as SVP, General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer, Corporate Secretary, head of Human Resources and management of facilities, with over two decades of experience advising CEOs, senior executives and Boards of Directors of public and venture capital-backed companies. She received offers to transfer to the business side of organizations on numerous occasions because of her business judgment.

In addition to mergers and acquisitions, she also has expertise in venture capital, equity and debt financings, corporate governance, human resources, investor relations, domestic and international human resources, litigation management, licensing, corporate policies, as well as working with public company Boards of Directors, where she served as Corporate Secretary.   

She is a Trustee on the Board of Trustees of St. Michael’s Catholic Academy, a private independent high school in Austin, Texas.  She served on the Board of LifeWorks, a non-profit that transitions youth from crisis to safety by providing housing, counseling and services, as well as the Board of SafePlace, a non-profit focused on assisting abused spouses and their children.  She is a founder and past president of non-profit organizations in both Houston and Austin.  She completed the DirectWomen Board Institute, and the Women’s Director Development Program at Northwestern University.  She is the editor of “Scagel Handmade,” published in September 2010.

Stephanie received her J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where she served on the Duke Law Journal, and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.