Stacy Snapp-Killian is an entrepreneur, author, hairstylist, and public speaker. She holds an impressive resume as a recognized member of The Women’s Leadership Movement and is a Professional Leadership Developer. She is the personal stylist for Women That Soar Media, providing services to celebrities and talent for events and televised award shows.
Stacy has volunteered thousands of hours mentoring adult survivors of sexual abuse, and she has empowered hundreds of men and women to share their story. Through this process, she has authored two books, Be Beautiful Being You, and her most recent release, The Ten Character Commitments. She is a columnist for two magazines including The One Bride Guide and her “Sit Down with StacyK” advice column is featured in the award-winning GC Magazine. The column inspires adults to live their truth through her Ten Character Commitments.
For more than two decades, the celebrity hairstylist, known by many as StacyK, has been one of the most recognized names in the beauty business. She has set trends since the beginning of her career by creating the most influential looks in hair. With a clientele that spans from southern parts of the United States, including Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas, she has touched the lives of thousands.
Stacy has been active in mentoring women since 2010. She is a public speaker and lecturer for beauty schools, women’s groups, and retreats. Her public speaking includes a broad range of topics including Matthew 7:7, Faith vs. Fear, The Inner Connection Between the Brain and Sexual Abuse Suppression, Your Brand is Your Bond, and The 5 Keys to Becoming a Successful Hairstylist. She takes the stage each year as an emcee for charities, women’s groups, beauty pageants, and awards shows, and has raised half a million dollars for these nonprofits and organizations over the past seven years.
Stacy’s story of sexual abuse suppression made headlines when she partnered with national award-winning reporter and faith columnist Jennifer Lee Preyss in 2012, which led her story to become one of the most talked about Top 10 Faith stories of the Year.
As an entrepreneur, Stacy created the Ten Character Commitments more than nineteen years ago, after admitting to a counselor she was sexually abused when she was nine years old. A survivor of suppressed sexual abuse herself, it is Stacy’s mission to continually impact the lives of millions. She is the grassroots founder of sexual abuse suppression and launched the movement in 2013 for a better understanding of how effective it is to bring awareness to the truth and expose sexual abuse. Later that year, she founded The Justus Love Corporation, making it the only mulit-media company in the world built of this magnitude and the "infotainment" headquarters for survivors of sexual abuse. As CEO of the company, Stacy created a corporate division, making the word JustUS a survivors' brand and registered the wordmark with the United States Patent/Trademark Office--- TESS system file No. 87319963 and 87319935; created for television and Internet, providing entertainment via websites and web pages that provide online and network-affiliated interviews with individuals, celebrities, athletes, politicians, and other noteworthy survivors of sexual abuse.
Her philosophy remains, “You don’t have to be perfect, just be real.”
(Standing with celebrity hairstylist, StacyK) Dallas real estate agent Marilyn Hoffman; Marta Fox, former First Lady of Mexico; Yvonne Crum, philanthropist and 2012 Women That Soar honoree
(Sitting with celebrity hairstylist, StacyK) Dallas,Texas Publicist, Isabell Rossignol
“Tickled Pink” emcees, local celebrities Bro. Gary Moses and StacyK raising money to support Women with breast cancer, along with music sensation Clay Crockett.
Celebrity hairstylist StacyK hosts the first “Up Close and Personal” Women’s Summit with Missions Radio -My Hope with Billy Graham released on November 7, 2014. Producer: Steveo Gonzales, along with Stacy’s family and friends pictured above
The award-winning Victoria Advocate devoted its entire front page to a recreation of the Beatles’ iconic 1967 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club album cover, using people around town in place of the characters on the original cover. (Celebrity hairstylist StacyK featured as the face of blonde bombshell Diana Dors)