Stacey Mollinet

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Stacey Mollinet
Layton, Utah
Layton High PTSA, Layton, Utah

Personal and Professional Information

  • Mother of 5 children ages 19 – 31, 2 granddaughters
  • Married for 33 years
  • Degree in Computer Engineering, University of Utah
  • Worked as a computer programmer 5 years
  • Lived in Germany and the Netherlands 1996-1997 and part of 2000
  • Small business owner and property manager for Mollinet Properties, 2006 – present
  • Occasional professional speaker for Bayer/Kogenate/Jivi 2016 – present
  • Enjoys skiing, reading, board games, gardening, quilting, crafting, hiking, and biking

PTA Involvement

Current service includes:

  • Utah PTA President, 2021-2023
  • Member of Layton High PTSA, Layton, Utah as well as 5 other Utah PTA units and 1 Oklahoma PTA unit

Previous service includes:

  • Utah PTA President Elect, 2019-2021
  • Utah PTA Treasurer, 2018-2019
  • Utah Region 3 PTA - Director, 2015-2018, Treasurer 2013-15, Council President 2011-13
  • Layton High PTSA - 2011-2022 including Membership Chair, Battle of the Bands chair, and Legislative Vice President
  • Fairfield Jr High PTSA – 2011-2017 including Secretary, Healthy Lifestyles chair, Legislative Vice President
  • Samuel Morgan Elementary PTA – 2000 – 2015 including Membership VP, Reflections Committee, Block Walk Carnival committee/chair, Sally Foster fundraiser chair, President Elect, President, Screen Free Week, Great Artist, Legislative Vice President, classroom volunteer
  • H. Burton Elementary PTA 2005-2011 Halloween carnival committee and Great Artist
    West Bountiful Elementary PTA 1998-1999 – carnival committee
  • Centerville Elementary PTA 1997-1998 – room mother

Community Involvement

Current service includes:

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Primary President (children’s Sunday school)

Previous service includes:

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – Family History Consultant, Young Women Presidency/Advisor/Teacher, Young Women Camp Director, Primary teacher, Enrichment Leader for Women, Adult Sunday School Teacher
  • Cub Scout Wolf, Bear, and Webelo Den Leader, Cub Committee Chair, Cub Master
  • Layton High School 2011 – 2021 – swim team official, starter, and referee; costume committee for musical, Festival of Trees
  • Fairfield Jr High School – 2008 – 2018 – Science Olympiad coach, costume committee for musical, choir volunteer
  • Burton Elementary School/Kaysville Elementary School – 2002 – 2010 – Spectrum program parent volunteer and parent coordinator
  • Davis School District – 2011-2016 – various committees including calendar, superintendent search, principal hiring, Best of Davis awards, curriculum review
  • Utah Hemophilia Foundation 1998 – 2011 – First Step committee, Camp Valor counselor/volunteer


Candidate Narrative

Stacey Mollinet

Hi, my name is Stacey Mollinet and I am running for the National PTA Board of Directors. I have served at the local, council, region and state levels in many positions and I am currently serving as the President of Utah PTA.

I have a passion for PTA, our mission, and goals and particularly enjoy working in the areas of leadership, membership, finance, and technology. I love mentoring PTA leaders, training PTA leaders, answering questions, advocating at the local, school district, and state levels, and representing PTA at all levels. I love the relationships I have formed with the people I work with. I love being in the schools, helping with programs that help kids learn and reach their potential, and I love training local leaders to do the same. People tell me that I am calm, reasonable, and measured. I enjoy researching and problem solving. I am positive and encouraging, helping people to succeed and do their best.  

Our mission is important to remember with everything we do.  Empowering and engaging families is key to success in schools and homes. Families are empowered as they are welcomed into the schools.  As we speak up for every child, we can support student success and help in communicating with homes more effectively.  We need to intentionally develop and provide inclusive programs, training, resources, and services to enable all families and leaders to advocate for change in their communities.

Every state and congress is important and needs support and needs to be heard.  I hope to listen and encourage feedback and understanding of the needs of each congress and search for innovative solutions to help PTA continue to grow and be relevant.  I ask for your vote so we can work together to make every child’s potential a reality.