Stephanie Schooley lives in Applewood with her husband Paul, their two children, both Jeffco students, and their dog, Easy. Stephanie has worked in the education field since 1998, first through a nonprofit in Northwest Denver, then through Denver Public Schools and the Colorado Department of Education. For the past 19 years Stephanie worked at Campus Compact of the Mountain West, a higher education civic and community engagement nonprofit dedicated to elevating the public good purposes of colleges and universities. Through Campus Compact, Stephanie brought together institutions of higher education, K-12 schools, community organizations, and municipalities to create pathways for engaging students with local communities as a core component of their educational experience.
Stephanie as been an active member of the PTAs at Stober Elementary School and Everitt Middle School, served on the board of Hoofs & Paws Therapeutic Riding Center, was a founding board member of both the Denver and national Young Nonprofit Professionals Networks, and participated on the Jeffco District Accountability Committee and the District Unified Improvement Plan subcommittee.
Project Vote Smart (volunteer)
AmeriCorps VISTA (volunteer) at Summer Scholars
Denver Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (founding board member)
National Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (founding board member)
Hoofs & Paws Therapeutic Riding Center (volunteer & board member)
Habitat for Humanity (volunteer)
Stober Elementary School PTA (volunteer and president for 3-year term)
Everitt Middle School PTA
5A/5B articulation area captain (volunteer)
District Accountability Committee & District Unified Improvement Plan sub-committee (volunteer)