Would you like to have Stacey Goodman speak to your group or organization about her experiences?
Police Officer • Police Detective • Founding Member Department of Homeland Security • Federal Security Agent
Officer Goodman was a Suffolk County Police Officer with federal disaster training who began her career working on the TWA Flight #800 disaster on Long Island, New York. As a patrol officer she was suddenly pulled from the suburbs of Long Island and thrust into the heart of the chaos of September 11, 2001.
Stacey Goodman was trained by the Red Cross to be a first-responder whenever devastation struck. As a police officer she received specialized federal disaster response training over a period of years, and was immediately activated for federal duty as the commercial airliners struck the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center. She was sworn in as a federal agent and given a high security clearance to oversee the “major international crime scene” as the remains of 9/11 victims were brought through the temporary morgue. She worked on the Pile for 23 harrowing days, is a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security, and shares her many experiences as a police officer, federal worker at Ground Zero, Suffolk County Police Detective and federal security agent.
Stacey is smart, funny and entertaining. Her no-B.S., no-holds-barred delivery style enthralls audiences as she recounts her many unique experiences and the life lessons she has learned as a result. The retired Police Detective and Federal Security Agent shares her amazing experiences and strong messages that attendees will never forget. Stacey Goodman travels the world, and is a professional speaker with the mission of preserving the memory of the experience of Ground Zero and the terror attacks on out nation, as well as trumpeting the men and women of 9/11. She enjoys mentoring children, adolescents, and adults, and inspiring audiences of all sizes to embrace change and never give up on their dreams.