- Founder & Chief Belief Officer of I’M NOT MAD AT YOU
- 25 years of experience; selling, marketing and distributing consumer products
- Results-Driven Change Agent
ExpertRated Certified Life Coach
- BBA in Marketing from University of Oklahoma
If you have a problem, Stacey Bullman has a solution. As the Founder and Chief Belief Officer of I’M NOT MAD AT YOU, Stacey has experienced both success and failure throughout her career. Every lesson learned, both professionally and personally, influences her strategic approach to helping companies, executives and individuals perform better.
With a focus on serving companies with revenue up to $50 million annually, I’M NOT MAD AT YOU partners with their clients to address business problems and determine and implement the right solution that will drive positive change and deliver sustainable results.
With 25 years of experience in buying, selling, distributing and marketing consumer products across an array of retail channels, Stacey has represented some of the largest brands in the world. She’s worked with companies such as M&M Mars, Maybelline, Reckitt Benckiser, Wyeth, The Republic of Tea, to name a few. During her career she has managed more than 2,000 employees, been responsible for leading large operational sales teams, managing P&Ls and delivering profits exceeding industry standards by 40 percent.
Stacey believes that there are two critical components of success. The first is belief. Whether that is belief in oneself, an idea or a product, it is the single most important part to achieving success. Once belief is present, plans and strategies can be implemented to accomplish just about anything. The second is support. When reflecting on her own successes – Stacey often sites a champion, such as a parent, a mentor, a coach or a boss along the way. These champions provided support within demanding environments that helped foster growth, as well as provide roadmaps and encouragement along the way.
Having experienced success early on with tennis, Stacey parlayed her athletic talents into a full scholarship at The University of Oklahoma. While attending she was named Freshmen Student Athlete of the Year, made the Dean’s Honor Roll, was an Academic All Big Eight and won a Big Eight Championship.
Stacey took what she learned on the court and has spent years studying and researching patterns of behavior to determine what truly motivates each individual. She attributes her greatest achievement to motivating people, helping others achieve goals, and seeing the satisfaction that provides.