Stacey Lewis, Jr. - Secretary
Stacey Lewis, Jr. a product of Beaumont ISD is a graduate of West Brook Senior High School Class of 2009. During his time at West Brook, Stacey lettered in football, held an At-Large position in Student Council, was a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes & Young Life, volunteered helping students with adaptive needs and was named to Who’s Who Among High School students.
Mr. Lewis served four years active duty in the United States Army and was honorably discharge in 2015. He was awarded the distinguished Humanitarian Service Medal, a rare award due to his relief efforts during Hurricane Sandy.
After serving his country, Mr. Lewis enrolled in Artistic Academy School of Hair Design and became a licensed cosmetologist in the state of New Jersey. A year later, Mr. Lewis earned his associate’s degree in Business Administration from the University of the Incarnate Word.
Mr. Lewis has an extensive history of working in the community that started as a young boy.
Mr. Lewis served as a volunteer to Gift 4 Grades adopt a street, Love Thy Neighbor: Orange Relief, Dad’s on Deck, Tropical Storm Imelda relief efforts, and Some Other Place.
He led the following initiatives: Autism Awareness Free Haircuts, PTSD Awareness: Veteran Free Haircuts, Back 2 School Free Haircut Drive and Operation Refining Your Christmas Toy Drive.
His sponsorship includes: IB Love Basketball sponsor, Hoops for Toys and Neches River Fest.
Mr. Lewis is a proud BISD Business Partner, Volunteer and Teacher of the Month & Year sponsor.
Professional, Mr. Lewis operates his own barber studio and is a licensed barber and cosmetologist in Texas.
He is the Jefferson County Democratic Party Chairman for Precinct 63. He was selected into the inaugural class of Texas Coalition of Black Democrats 40 Under 40. He was selected as Black Business Professional of SETX’s Businessman of the Month for April 2021.
Professional Organization Memberships:
• Jefferson County Democratic Party Executive Committee
• NAACP, Beaumont Branch
• SETX Young Professional Organization
• Hispanic Proactive Coalition
• Texas Coalition of Black Democrats