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NATIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Stephanie grew up in La Canada, California. Stephanie was properly diagnosed with Nonverbal Processing Disorder in third grade after years of testing. Stephanie attended the University of San Francisco where she majored in Communication Studies with a minor in Fine Art. At USF Stephanie was a charter member of the Eta Upsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. Before becoming a National Program Coordinator, Stephanie participated in Roadtrip Nation's documentary "Being You" in which she and two other young adults with learning and attention issues traveled across the United States interviewing influential leaders who also identify as having learning and attention issues to discuss the meaning of success and how you achieve it.
"A problem is a chance for you to do your best."
— Duke Ellington
WHY THIS WORK IS IMPORTANT TO ME
I spent too much of my life believing that I was alone and that my disability would inhibit me from accomplishing my goals. It wasn't until I joined Eye to Eye that I realized my learning difference was a gift that was not going to hold me back but was going to be the reason for my success.
FAVORITE PART OF MY JOB
My favorite part of working at Eye to Eye is not having to worry about explaining why I misspelled a word or why I need my computer to read my emails to me. I can use whatever I need to be successful and no one thinks it is strange.