Stacey Doré is CEO of Sharyland Utilities, an electric utility that owns rate-regulated transmission infrastructure in Texas. As CEO, Stacey sets the strategic direction of the company and leads a seasoned team of professionals in developing, operating, and constructing the company’s electric transmission assets safely and reliably. In addition to her role with Sharyland, Stacey also serves as President of Hunt Utility Services, which manages Sharyland, and Senior Vice President of Utility and Power Operations for Hunt Energy, a diversified global company that invests in oil and gas exploration and production, refining, LNG, and electric power projects. Stacey also serves as a director of Williams (NYSE: WMB) and Hunt Energy Network.
Prior to her current role, Stacey spent a decade serving in various C-suite leadership roles at energy companies, including serving as a public company general counsel and a chief restructuring officer. In one of her prior roles, she was responsible for managing and resolving the largest Chapter 11 restructuring ever filed in Delaware as the company worked out a plan to restructure more than $40 billion in debt.
Before her corporate roles, Stacey was a trial lawyer with Vinson & Elkins LLP. She received her juris doctorate from Harvard Law School and her B.A. from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
Stacey serves on the board and executive committee of Texas Women’s Foundation and is an active member of the United Way Women of Tocqueville. Stacey also serves on the executive committee of Trinity Christian Academy, a private school. She is a member of the Dallas Assembly and a graduate of the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Leadership Dallas.