Founder / Owner
Founder / Owner
Stacey Berlow began her college education thinking that she would want to become a doctor. She quickly found out that she preferred engineering and then pursued a careet in food sciences and process management. This naturally brought her into the field of project and process management and she soon became an industry expert and then started her own company, Project Balance. As founder of Project Balance, her company was involved with projects dealing with health and caregiving in Africa and India, working with organizations such as Johns Hopkins and Catholic Relief Services. It was Project Balance that created the engine behind Well Beyond Care, which Keep Safe Care uses to run its operations. It was because of the insights and knowledge she brings to both the caregiver acquisition, project management and operational execution that Stacey decided to become a co-founder of Keep Safe Care.
VP of Community Affairs
Patricia Potyka, MA is Keep Safe Care’s Vice President of Community Affairs. Patricia’s skills include marketing, public relations, and education advocacy, and she is considered an expert at forming strategic alliances and partnerships with community leaders and stakeholders. She brings 25-plus years of non-profit budget administration, fundraising, grant-writing, community affairs, and event management including working at Christian Senior Services, Boysville Children’s Home, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, and Keystone School. Past positions include Executive Director of Texas Campus Compact, Visiting Professor of English for DeVry University, and Organizational Change Manager for the Austin I.S.D. Patricia attended Baylor University where she studied Journalism and Mass Communications as well as Clarion University, where she studied Radio/Television/Film. She is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, and obtained her Master’s Degree in English from the University of the Incarnate Word. Patricia holds the title of Miss Fiesta San Antonio 1989, is a Leadership Austin 2009 graduate, and is raising her adopted-at-birth daughter in South Austin.