Stacey Harris, president of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association, recently took the position of gymnastics director of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.
Harris has been active in gymnastics for decades as a competitor, coach, judge and administrator, the MJCCA said in a press release March 10.
“We are pleased to introduce Stacey as the director of our award-winning Perimeter Gymnastics Program,” MJCCA CEO Gail Luxenberg said in the release. “As a nationally-rated gymnastics judge, Stacey brings years of training and judging all levels of gymnastics to our program.”
Harris has judged gymnastics competitions from Level 1’s to high level college meets. She is founder and co-president of the Atlanta Centennial Classic, a gymnastics competition, nd coached at the Atlanta Gymnastics Center. Stacey worked for the Goodwill Games from 1994-2001, and also for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics as the Assistant Housing Manager in the Olympic Village, the MJCCA said.