GRACE Cancer Foundation Office Staff

Executive Director, TBA

  GRACE Cancer Foundation Executive Director

GRACE Cancer Foundation Executive Director

Race for GRACE Director, Stacia Rice

  Stacia Rice  joined the GRACE Foundation in 2016 as the Race for GRACE Director.  Stacia and her husband Chris have been married for 14 years and live in rural Chapman, Nebraska.  Chris is an owner at Rice Electric and also farms. They are parents to Rylie, Halle, and Kyndal. As a family, they enjoy sports and being with family and friends.   Stacia also works part time at Rice Electric and is the varsity basketball coach at Grand Island Central Catholic. Basketball is a huge passion for her, and she also helps coordinate a youth basketball program, No Limit Basketball, in Grand Island.   When Stacia joined GRACE in 2016, she helped out in the office and got to meet many of the families that GRACE helps. She then knew what a big impact this organization had on the community. Stacia has been an avid runner since graduating from college, so when asked to direct the Race for GRACE, she knew it would be a great fit. The Race for GRACE is a fun event to run competitively or simply walk or run in honor or memory of someone affected by cancer.   “Seeing people come through the finish line in memory of a loved one and carrying their butterfly has been the most rewarding experience for me. Working for the GRACE Foundation as Race Director is such an honor! What Lisa and Julie started is such a great gift in helping families through this horrible disease.”

Stacia Rice joined the GRACE Foundation in 2016 as the Race for GRACE Director.

Stacia and her husband Chris have been married for 14 years and live in rural Chapman, Nebraska.  Chris is an owner at Rice Electric and also farms. They are parents to Rylie, Halle, and Kyndal. As a family, they enjoy sports and being with family and friends. 

Stacia also works part time at Rice Electric and is the varsity basketball coach at Grand Island Central Catholic. Basketball is a huge passion for her, and she also helps coordinate a youth basketball program, No Limit Basketball, in Grand Island. 

When Stacia joined GRACE in 2016, she helped out in the office and got to meet many of the families that GRACE helps. She then knew what a big impact this organization had on the community. Stacia has been an avid runner since graduating from college, so when asked to direct the Race for GRACE, she knew it would be a great fit. The Race for GRACE is a fun event to run competitively or simply walk or run in honor or memory of someone affected by cancer. 

“Seeing people come through the finish line in memory of a loved one and carrying their butterfly has been the most rewarding experience for me. Working for the GRACE Foundation as Race Director is such an honor! What Lisa and Julie started is such a great gift in helping families through this horrible disease.”