Stephanie Sikorski



Convenience Matters Host

Stephanie is currently NACS Vice President of Marketing.

Prior to NACS, Stephanie was Marketing and Communications Manager – Member Programs for The Vision Council, which represents the manufacturers and suppliers of the optical industry. She has been working in the Marketing and Communications field for 15 years, gaining experience with the City of Tallahassee, Florida, as well as Napier Outdoors and Creative Arts. She has been an active member of the American Marketing Association’s D.C. Chapter (AMADC)—the fourth largest chapter in the nation—for the past seven years, serving as eNewsletter Director and VP, Marketing & Communications before assuming her current position as President-Elect. Sikorski holds degrees in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Niagara College Canada, and a B.A. in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations from George Mason University. She is also a graduate of the NACS Marketing Leadership Program from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Chicago and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree from Georgetown University in Integrated Marketing Communications. She resides in Alexandria, VA.



Fun Facts About Stephanie

Most Proud Of:
Rescuing, and bottle-feeding back to health, what was then a 1-week old, half-a-pound kitten from a local animal shelter (she is now 11 years old). Later, worked with a pretty amazing group of volunteers to build a foundation from the ground up, dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of homeless animals,
Can't Resist:
Frames! (eyewear frames that is.) And a good cup of coffee. Oh, and a trail run. Wait, one more: shoes. Was there a limit to this question?
The Most Unusual Thing In Your Office:
Stacks of paper. For someone who loves modern design and clean lines, it looks like someone ransacked my office while I was out.
What Most People Don't Know About Me:
Did set design in high school, more than 450 unique beer check-ins, always looking to experience the out-of-the-ordinary (ice hotel, tree house and yurt are some of the most recent).
Favorite Convenience Store Item:
Chocolate milk after a run and trail mix on road trips. That’s right, folks: lots of better-for-you options are available at a c-store near you.


“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” --Often attributed to Ghandi (although some still debate its origin)