Stephanie is a sexual health educator currently deployed to the City of Toronto's Covid response. There's such a wide variety of needs during the pandemic and long waits on all the phone lines.

If you just don't know where to start, may I suggest 2-1-1. 

(Stephanie speaking at Toronto Oasis >
March 2017)

In March 2017 at Toronto Oasis, a weekly discussion group at U of T's Multi-Faith Centre, Stephanie described the creation of Sex With Steph, a monthly discussion group about sex and relationships that was available on Our meetings happened at the now-defunct KaZa Family Centre, thanks to Nadia Barrakeh.

Over the years, Stephanie has been affiliated with various organizations providing health and social services including the Massey Centre for Women, Parent Education Network, and Egale Canada Human Rights Trust. She has facilitated arts workshops at Good For Her and music workshops at West Hill United Church.

Stephanie holds a Master's degree in Adult Education and Community Development from OISE, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, a school of the University of Toronto.

For many years, Stephanie worked with Roots of Empathy, delivering their evidence-based classroom program in grades 4-8, in both English and French. As an international Mentor and Trainer, she helped launch the program in California and Germany. For Racines de l'empathie, Stephanie oversaw the development of French-language curriculum resources.