Stacey Matrazzo was named executive director of the Florida Wildflower Foundation in 2021. She has been with the organization since 2008, having served as a contractor (2008–2015) and program manager (2015–2021). She is the co-author of Native Plants for Florida Gardens, which she wrote with botanist/restoration ecologist Nancy Bissett. She is an environmental educator with a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a masters degree in liberal studies from Rollins College, where she is also an adjunct professor. A native Floridian and certified Florida Master Naturalist, Stacey spends much of her free time kayaking, hiking, birding and photographing Florida’s amazing natural environments.