Meet Stacy Fendley
Regional Account Executive at Coach-Net; RVWA Secretary
Produced in partnership with RVBusiness, the RVWA Spotlight is designed to introduce members of the RV Women’s Alliance to the rest of the RV industry as well as raise the awareness of RVWA and its mission, which is to bring together a diverse group of extraordinary women and men from across the RV industry who, through social and educational programs, mentorship and networking opportunities, are inspired and empowered to realize their individual potential, enhance their career experiences and create opportunities for the next generation of women leaders.
Tell us a little bit about your job.
Primarily, I do outside sales as a dealership rep. I work with dealerships that offer Coach-Net products to their customers and then work with our team internally to ensure the customers receive the best service possible
What do you like best about your job?
The people I work with.
Where else have you worked?
Coach-Net is the only company I have worked for in the RV industry. But prior to Coach-Net I have had varied jobs working for a personal injury law firm, the district attorney’s office, and I even sold diamonds at one point.
What was your first paid job?
I worked in Cash Control at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas. I worked the night shift processing and accounting for all the money collected in the park that day.
What do you like best about the RV industry?
It’s fun and friendly.
The most influential person in my career has been…
Kim Gregory, VP Sales at Coach-Net. She randomly found me one day and convinced me to come work for her. She’s worked closely with me ever since guiding me through the unique industry and pushing me to ensure that I’m performing at the best level possible.
The one thing people might be surprised to know about me is…
I’m a licensed attorney in the State of Texas. Lol
As a member of RVWA, I hope to…
Encourage both men and women to better work together to advance everyone equally within the industry. There shouldn’t be an us vs them mentality. We all work in the same industry and we should all be working together to better each other and the industry as a whole.