First PMC: 2002
Stacey Lucchino never minded moving as a child, and still
enjoys it as an adult. "I've lived in a lot of places and
loved all of them," says Lucchino, who most recently moved
from San Diego to Boston in 2002 with her two children and
husband Larry, President and CEO of the Red Sox. "But this
town has it all." Along with her work fielding the many charitable
requests batted towards the baseball club, Lucchino is active
in myriad philanthropies including the women's homeless shelter
Rosie's Place, the Friends of Women's Health at Boston Medical
Center, and the United Way. "The currency of the Red Sox in
Boston is so valuable," says Lucchino, a born organizer who
confesses she still has difficulty asking people for money.
"It can really make a huge difference."
"There's a place for everybody."
Types of Photography I'm involved in: