Lacy Fields is the creator of U. G.o. G.i.r.l., a life skills program for teen girls, and founder of The Go Girl Network, an organization founded to provide resources, training, support and tools to equip women who work with youth. Lacy brings a dynamic approach to skills training to The Go Girl Network combining her experience in the boardroom and the classroom, public speaking, and hard-won business savvy. Lacy believes that if more women are equipped and supported to work with girls the future of young women will change dramatically.
Lacy has dedicated more than ten years to working with youth. Her U. G.o. G.i.r.l. Program earned her a Home Town Hero Spotlight in her hometown of Macon Georgia. She has been featured as an expert in teen issues by national media outlets, such as Fox News and ABC. Lacy has had the privilege to work with Life Coach Lisa Nichols and Steve Harvey on their sales and events teams. Her work with such prominent figures in the personal development world opened Lacy’s eyes to the possibilities for herself and the women and youth she serves.
Lacy holds a degree in Human Services and continues her education through workshops and training in the fields of professional counseling, health coaching, and personal and business development, truly adhering to her own advice to others to be a lifelong learner.