Stacy Krause is a licensed, professional planner and certified floodplain manager with a primary focus in environmental and climate resilience planning. She began her career at the NJ Office of Smart Growth administering the NJ Plan Endorsement process and assisting with the update to the State Development and Redevelopment Plan. As a Senior Planner with the Ocean County Department of Planning she worked on county master plan development, Joint Land Use planning with the US Department of Defense, and also on Water Quality Management and sewer service area planning. Currently at Rutgers University, Ms. Krause works on hazard mitigation mapping, develops coastal vulnerability assessments and identifies actions that communities can take for better climate and hazards preparedness. Stacy has a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Political Science from Rutgers University and a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Edward J. Bloustein School with a concentration in Community Development.