Meet Stacey Morgan, a dynamic entrepreneur, small business consultant, and coach hailing from Australia. Stacey is the driving force behind Port Macquarie Performing Arts, a dance school nestled on the mid north coast of NSW. Her dedication to the arts and entrepreneurial spirit led her to establish Morgan Media, a global podcast production company, specializing in podcasts related to Small Business, the Arts, and the joys and challenges of raising a family.
She is the co-host of Rhee Gold’s DanceLife Podcast, where she shares her insights and experiences with a global audience. Stacey is not just a talker; she’s a doer. Her passion for business and the arts has made her a sought-after speaker, facilitator, and business consultant, offering online consulting services to small businesses around the world.
Stacey’s expertise transcends borders, as she reaches audiences worldwide through virtual seminars and courses. She has graced the stages of prestigious events like the DanceLife Teacher and International Dance Entrepreneurs Association (I.D.E.A.) conferences, leaving an indelible mark on the dance education community.
Stacey’s academic journey is equally impressive. She holds a Bachelor of Creative Industries in Dance and a Bachelor of Education in Drama from the Queensland University of Technology. Her commitment to lifelong learning led her to attain a Masters in Arts Education through Deakin University, with a specialization in Dance teaching.
As if her plate weren’t full enough, Stacey’s studio, Port Macquarie Performing Arts, has consistently earned accolades at the Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards for the past 8 years. These awards include recognition for Excellence in Innovation, Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety, and Excellence in Technology.