She is a graduate of Indiana University and has spent her career working in marketing and public relations. In 2009, Jennifer co-authored “Friends for Life: Strangers Brought Together by the War in Iraq,” which received an Eric Hoffer Award for Legacy Non Fiction. Jennifer was selected in 2014 as an Elizabeth Dole Foundation Fellow. She is a member the Wounded Warrior Project Warriors Speak® team, the American Legion Auxiliary, VFW Auxiliary, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. A proud recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award for her work with Soldiers’ Angels, The Herald-Times recognized Jennifer as an “Everyday Hero.” She has also been honored with the Girls’ Inc. Strong, Smart, and Bold Award.
In this role, she manages the day-to-day operations of a small staff association representing psychologists and other mental health professionals in the state of Maryland. Stefanie has over 20 years of association management and government relations experience working for such associations as the American Psychological Association, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association. She was recently elected as Chair-Elect of the Council for Executive Directors of the State and Provincial Psychological Associations.
Stefanie holds a BA in Psychology from The George Washington University and a MA in Government from Johns Hopkins University. In 2010, she earned her Certified Association Executive designation from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).
As an active member of ASAE, Stefanie currently serves on its Board of Directors and is a 2008-2009 Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) Scholar. In May 2020, Stefanie was selected as a Fellow of ASAE. A native Washingtonian, Stefanie resides in Silver Spring, MD with her rescue dog, Charmer.