Stacey is a regular contributor to On Parenting from the Washington Post. Her essays focus on many topics, including education,  motherhood, children's rights, and culture.

Stacey's  research has been quoted in the NY Times, The Atlantic, NPR, CNN, CBS News, Slate,, and many more. She has appeared in radio shows including the BBC News, XM's Stand Up with Pete Dominick, and numerous NPR affiliates

Stacey's academic work has been published in JAMA Pediatrics, the Emory Law Journal, the Florida Law Review, and the Kentucky Law Journal. Her articles focus on sharenting, children's privacy, adoption, & social media advocacy.

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The Washington Post - Parents' Social Media Habits are Teaching Children the Wrong Lessons [link] - August 2017

The Washington Post - Growing Up Under the Watchful Eyes of his Mother's Newsfeed [link] - May, 2017

The London School of Economics - PFDF Blog - Sharenting: In Whose Interests? [link] - May, 2017

The Washington Post – Parenting in Facebook age: should we rethink how we share? [link]  August, 2015

Emory Law Journal - Sharenting: Children's Privacy in the Age of Social Media [link] - 2017

JAMA Pediatrics - Children's Privacy in the Age of Social Media and the Pediatrician's Role [link] - 2017

NPR – Do Parent’s Invade Children’s Privacy When hey Post Online?  [link] October, 2016

CNN – The do’s and don’ts of posting about your kids online [link] October, 2016

The New York Times – Don’t Post About Me on Social Media, Children Say [link] March, 2016

CBS – Something to consider before posting about your kids [link] October, 2016

The Atlantic – Protecting Kids in the Age of Sharenting [link] October, 2016

Slate – Courts Aren’t the Solution to Parents Sharing on Social Media [link] October, 2016

Redbook – The Darker Side of Posting Your Baby’s Pics on Social Media [link] September, 2016

TODAY Show — Stopping ‘rape culture’ starts with parents… earlier than you think [link] June, 2016

Women’s Day – Why Your Kid’s Don’t Want You to Post About Them on Social Media [link] March, 2016

The Washington Post It’s time to think about how your family records and stores memories [link] January, 2017

The Washington Post – Yes, it’s hard to think about kids with cancer. But please don’t look away. (Here’s how you can help.) [link] September, 2016

The Washington Post – Parent partnerships: A better way to co-parent [link] March, 2016

The Washington Post – How to parent against rape culture (for one thing, start young) co authored by Dr. Jennifer Sager, Ph.D [link] December, 2015

The Huffington Post  – Standing Up for All Children in the Public School System [link] September, 2015