Stephanie Wall – International Speaker/Entrepreneur/ Author/Teacher/Certified Life Coach
Affectionately known as Tower of Power, due in part to her infectious energy that draws people to her, and one that fills a room. Stephanie Wall is a native of Howard County, Maryland. Stephanie is charged with serving women & girls, who have experienced abuse, violence & trauma.
Creating solution-based plans, that lead to transformations. The strategic guidance and tools, provided help the clients to help to determine what they want and to help them to shed their "Masks, to reveal their authentic selves. Stephanie served her community for 20 years in Law Enforcement, and the 8 years as an Associate Adjunct Professor, with a local University, teaching courses in Criminal Justice, to include Ethics and Leadership.
One of her missions is to support the next future leaders. Another is to change the lives of as many women as she can. Having lived through decades of abuse, and now living a “Victorious Life”. Stephanie’s passion for community and supporting women and children has led her to her true calling.
Through teaching, workshops, keynoting, coaching, & mentoring; she has been able to motivate, educate, and facilitate discussions/panels on various topics, such as:
Overcoming Obstacles, The Power of Accountability, Life Balance, Women & Youth Leadership.As an Author & survivor of domestic abuse, Stephanie understands life’s struggles. She shared her story to empower others through her imperfect life’s story in an imperfect book, titled: How My Part-time Job Saved My Life: A True Story of Overcoming Abuse and Claiming a Victorious Life. Her message of hope has been shared throughout the world.
Stephanie has a Master's Degree from Johns Hopkins University in Organizational Leadership, certification as a Life Coach and many certifications in interpersonal development & communications, trauma, and CCISM-Critical Incident Stress Management. She is a proud wife, a loving mother of three adult sons, and three beautiful granddaughters.
Her favorite quote is: "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others"? ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.