Stephanie holds one of the most ink-stained passports at the Forum, having visited 30 countries. So she brings a world of experience to her role managing a diverse range of responsibilities and projects for the CEO, and working to leverage the Forum’s connections with other organizations.
Before coming to the Forum in 2009, Stephanie created educational materials for the Center for ReSource Conservation, an environmental nonprofit; did research and grant writing for the School Mediation Center; and managed a nutritional pilot study for BalancePoint Health – all in Boulder, Colo. Her direct service experience includes working with children with polio and teaching English in India, and serving as a Big Sister in Connecticut. She currently teaches literacy to newly-arrived refugees to the United States.
Stephanie completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs at Skidmore College, including a capstone project examining links between microfinance programs and primary education levels in the developing world. She also earned a Certificate in Community Leadership with a focus on social justice from the University of Colorado.