Stacie Rumenap

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Stacie Rumenap is the Executive Director of Stop Child Predators (SCP), a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. dedicated to establishing penalty enhancements for those found guilty of committing sexual offenses against children; implementing an effective and efficient nationwide sex offender registry; and protecting the rights of crime victims.[1]

Rumenap is the Co-Chair of the Public Safety and Elections Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).[2]

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Rumenap holds a B.A. in Journalism from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and a M.A. in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University. She serves on the Board of Directors for America’s Future Foundation and is on the Advisory Board for OmniLink Systems, a technology company that manufactures GPS monitoring devices.[3]

"Prior to joining SCP, Ms. Rumenap was the Deputy Director of the American Conservative Union (ACU) and American Conservative Union Foundation. Before joining ACU/ACUF, Ms. Rumenap was the Executive Director of U.S. Term Limits (USTL). Ms. Rumenap also served as the Executive Director for the National Center for Growth."[4]

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  1. Stop Child Predators
  2. Private Sector Executive Committee, ALEC website, Accessed May, 2011.
  3. American Legislative Exchange Council Private Sector Executive Committee, organization website, accessed June 2, 2011
  4. Ibid.
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