The Washington Ice Dogs are very excited to announce Stacie Manger as our new Communications Director. We are very pleased to have someone with Stacie's talents to handle the social networks and digital media for the Washington Ice Dogs organization. Please join us in welcoming Stacie to the team. You can read Stacie's complete bio below.
Stacie Manger is the Senior Public Affairs Specialist for the Aluminum Association. Manger joined the Aluminum Association in February, 2013 as the Communications Specialist. In this role, Manger runs day-to-day digital advocacy and social media communications, as well as meetings management and membership.
Prior to joining the Association, Manger spent one year as a Marketing Manager for a small law firm where she managed the firm’s website and promotional materials. Manger began her career as a Communications Specialist for the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation. At ISSF, Manger communicated the sustainable use of tuna stocks and ecosystem health at a global level.
Manger received her B.A. in Communication Arts with a focus in Journalism and Public Relations from Salisbury University. She is an avid ice hockey fan and her love for the Washington Capitals began in middle school. She frequents the Verizon Center and she has a goal to see a game in every NHL arena.
"I've been an avid hockey fan for a long time and grew up volunteering with special needs kids in my local school system," Manger said. "So when the opportunity arose to offer my skill set to the Washington Ice Dogs, I didn't hesitate for a second."
"I'm honored to be part of the Ice Dogs family. It's a blast to watch the team play and to see the joy on their faces while they're on the ice. Hockey is for everyone and this organization really shows that."