Stacey is the founder of Teen Tyme Productions, a non-profit organization established in 1999 under the inspiration of General Colin Powell’s “America’s Promise” which tackles the issues concerning the lack of Positive Programming on television for teens. She also developed the “Seminar of Hope”, an intervention program designed to stamp out juvenile delinquency across the nation.
“With so much violence, negative messages and bad behavior being shown on television these days, we’re thrilled to provide a positive alternative to young people who don’t engage in destructive behavior and hope by doing so, we reach teens who will reconsider their attitude and reject negative influences,” said Spencer. “Our entire team is honored to serve all youth by providing positive television programs through the wonderful vehicle of broadcast media.”
In an effort to reduce juvenile delinquency through effective prevention, intervention and positive television programming, Teen Tyme Productions through its successful media initiative Just Teens TV focuses on timely issues such as bullying, alternatives to zero tolerance, disproportionate minority contacts in order to educate and empower youth about the importance of staying in school.