About Stacey Kivowitz

Stacey Dorfman Kivowitz, a resident of Dallas, is trailblazer in the fashion lingerie world and founder of Sheers — The Bodywear Bar. Stacey is also a licensed pilot, a vegan, a political junkie, a world traveler and a French-speaking Francophile working on her Italian and Spanish.

Today, the Johns Hopkins University graduate, can be found in California and Texas running her energy companies, working as chairman and owner of Dorfman Production Company, fostering animals at the Kivo Humane Halfway House, or directing the Stacey and Don Kivowitz Charitable Foundation.

Stacey is widely known for her deep civic involvement with North Texas Food Bank, Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, World Affairs Council, School Year Abroad, Vogel Alcove and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Her early career included working in D.C. with Ed Rollins (post-Reagan White House), former U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., and U.S. Senator Chic Hecht, R-Nev.. Stacey served as Learning Chair of Young Entrepreneurs Organization.

She is a leading advocate for animal welfare with services on on the National Council of The Humane Society of the United States and the board of the SPCA of Texas. She also works in Los Angeles with Last Chance for Animals and Mercy for Animals.

Stacey’s husband, Don Kivowitz, an entrepreneur and investor in healthcare, real estate and cannabis industry, is on The Annenberg Board of Performing Arts providing opportunities for under privileged youth. He is also on the board of After School All Star, benefitting at risk children. The Kivowitz’s current project is a documentary to raise awareness about global animal abuse.