Stacey Cameron serves the Department of Banking and Securities as acting Deputy Secretary for Depository Institutions, overseeing the chartering, regulation, supervision, and examination of Pennsylvania state-chartered banks, credit unions, and non-depository trust companies.
Previously, Stacey served the Department as Director of the Bureau of Credit Union and Trust Supervision where she coordinated and directed the statewide examination, enforcement, offsite monitoring, and application programs for credit unions, trust companies, and trust departments of banks.
Prior to joining the Department, Stacey worked in various legal and information technology leadership positions. Serving as an IT Manager and an Attorney at PHEAA, Stacey directed a team of analysts for software development projects, drafted and negotiated technology contracts, and promulgated regulatory amendments for the Pennsylvania State Grant Program. Stacey previously served as in-house legal counsel for a UK based technology company, and owned and managed a solo law practice specializing in contract negotiations, commercial and residential lending, land use, and estate planning. Stacey also taught undergraduate law classes at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Massachusetts.
Stacey graduated cum laude from Atlantic Union College, Lancaster, Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts.
Stacey currently represents the Department in the NASCUS/NCUA State Supervisory Working Group, is a member of the NASCUS Legislative and Regulatory Committee, and is a Certified Fiduciary and Investment Risk Specialist.