The Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau recently added longtime Remnant Fellowship member, Stacey Garcia, to its staff as Director of Finance and Administration. The position entails managing all aspects of the WCCVB’s accounting and record keeping, in addition to administering the WCCVB staff benefit and retirement programs.
“The blessings at work are a direct result of putting what I’ve learned at Remnant into practice. This job was an answer to prayer.” -Stacey Garcia
Stacey joined Remnant Fellowship Church in 2002 while living in California. Although Remnant webcasts its’ services globally to a growing number of churches around the world, in 2006 she and her husband, Jeff, relocated to Brentwood, Tennessee to live near the church’s founding location. As parents to three boys, Eric, Tristan and Gabe, the Garcia family stays very active in the Remnant Fellowship Church community in a variety of ways…Stacey utilizes her organizational skills at the Church building, Jeff is a regular contributor to the music ministry and their children are very active in the Remnant youth group.
Highly esteemed and beloved by the Remnant congregation, we praise God for how Stacey is now able to serve the Williamson County community at large through her God given abilities and experiences.
“We are thrilled to add Stacey to the WCCVB team, she has a wealth of experience managing large budgets and the cash flow of multi-million dollar accounts,” President and CEO of the WCCVB Ellie Westman Chin said. “As the tourism industry continues to grow here in Williamson County, and we continue to expand our efforts to market the county across the globe, having Stacey on board will allow us to continue being wise stewards of the taxpayer funds that comprise our operating budget.”
Prior to R.C. Matthews, Garcia was the Accounting Supervisor at Crye-Leike Property Management where she managed a team responsible for cash flow on over 1,000 various types of properties across the Southeastern United States.
“I am excited to work with a team that’s making a positive impact on the community where I live,” Garcia said. “I’m really looking forward to doing what I can to help fulfill the mission of the WCCVB and share the story of Franklin and Williamson County with the world.”
Stacey is a graduate of Clarion University, where she earned a degree in mathematics, before earning a bachelor degree in Accounting from Western Governor’s University.
The Remnant praises God for how He continues to lift up the humble!