The Changists' Manifesto

As Changists, we aim to disrupt an industry that’s resistant to disruption while changing the lives of others by raising awareness of mental health. We donate a percentage of our profits to Mental Health America of Greater Dallas.

Meet The Changists' Leadership Team

Stacey Stevenson

Managing Partner

Stacey considers herself an unorthodox student of technology. She selected tech as a means of survival when she moved to Dallas from her small town (about 400 miles away at the southern tip of Texas) at the age of 21.

Having no formal background and only a GED education, Stacey read a Windows 95 manual overnight and landed the job. From there, she grew to love all aspects of technology and leadership and that passion has sustained for over twenty years. Since then she has earned multiple technology and leadership certifications and holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Management.

Besides being a Senior Managing Director at Charles Schwab & Co., modernizing Contact Center Technology, she is also their incumbent National PRIDE ERG Co-Chair, effectively creating a safe and inclusive space for all in the workplace.

Her sincere dedication to amplifying the voices of women made her a co-founder of Lez Talk: A Women’s Empowerment Conference, which celebrates the lives and love of LGBTQ+ women. Being an acclaimed speaker, she has also emceed for the Conference as well as for the Lesbians Who Tech Summit, which celebrates LGBTQ+ women in and around tech and pushes for systemic change for intersectional gender and racial equality in the tech industry, our society, and beyond.

Fun Facts about Stacey

        1. I see number, months, and days in the week in color.

        2. I am an anglophile (someone who is obsessed with British culture).

        3. I am not a tap dancer, but I have tapped danced in a TV commercial

Fun Facts about Cheralyn

        1. I am a classically trained pianist.

        2. I am obsessed with all superhero shows.

        3. My mom is 1 of 22 kids!

Cheralyn Stevenson

Managing Partner

Cheralyn has an extensive and impressive background on legal administrative matters. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Regis University as well as a Master of Business Administration in Project Management from Colorado Technical University. She has also held numerous senior and leadership positions over the last 20 years planning, monitoring, and executing processes advancing law firm efficiency optimization with innovative risk mitigation and profit maximization strategies. 

As an assiduous multi-tasker with a discerning eye for detail, she always goes above and beyond to ensure her work is as thorough and meticulous as possible.

Besides being a persistent results-driven self-starter and self-motivator, she is renowned for being an excellent team player, always inspiring and motivating those around her with her tenacious leadership capabilities, talent, intelligence, and conviction. 

Cheralyn is also very involved in and dedicated to the community. In 2018, she also founded Lez Talk Dallas: A Women’s Empowerment Conference, which celebrates the lives and love of LGBTQ+ women. Its mission is to help create stronger women who are healthy, proud, and unafraid to love and live authentic lives.

Fun Facts about Ana María Sierra

        1. I meditate for at least 30 minutes every day.

        2. I am a Ravenclaw.

        3. I am an INFJ, the rarest Myers-Briggs personality type.

Ana María Sierra

Marketing Specialist

Fun Facts about LaToya Stevenson

        1. I married my high school sweetheart and we have been together for 22 years.

        2. I had a pet prairie dog when I was a teenager.

        3. I love haunted houses.

LaToya Stevenson

Legal Project Manager

Fun Facts about Stefanie Trujillo

        1. I danced with Mayte (Prince’s Ex-Wife).

        2. I am obsessed with all Fall holidays.

        3. My favorite place to go is Disneyland.

Stefanie Trujillo

Virtual Chief Operations Officer

Fun Facts about Ryan Scarbel

        1. I like Christmas music all year round.

        2. I have eaten ramen noodles multiple times a week for the past several years, and I’ve never grown sick of them.

        3. I walked 16-24 miles every day for a month in NYC. I went through two pairs of shoes.

Ryan Scarbel

Software Engineer

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