Stacy Garrity

State Treasurer

Stacy Garrity

Stacy Garrity Stacy was elected on November 3, 2020, and was sworn into office on January 19, 2021 as the 78th Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

A businesswoman and retired U.S. Army Reserve Colonel, Stacy served a remarkable three deployments in Iraq in defense of the United States and received national attention for her decorated service on the battlefields. Iraqis dubbed her “the Angel of the Desert” when her service at Camp Bucca in Southern Iraq resulted in a perfect record. She kept the camp secure and American troops safe without a single complaint of abuse from Iraqi soldiers interned there.

While serving in the Army Reserve, Stacy started work as a cost accountant at Global Tungsten & Powders Corp., a global supplier of refractory powders, and worked her way up to become the first of two female vice presidents at the company.

As the treasurer of Pennsylvania, Stacy oversees an office of approximately 340 employees and is tasked with protecting $110 billion in state assets. Among her many duties, she safeguards the financial health of the state, manages Pennsylvania’s 529 College and Career Savings Program and the PA ABLE Savings Program for disability-related expenses, and administers the unclaimed property program.

After graduating from Sayre High School in Bradford County, Stacy earned a degree in finance and economics from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and later received a certificate from the Cornell University Business Management Institute.

Stacy is married to Daniel Gizzi, a project analyst at Corning Incorporated. She worships at both the Christian Life Church and Emory Baptist Church.

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