Stephanie Wall -Author/Coach/Speaker
As a retired Lieutenant serving for 20 years in law enforcement, I know how tough life can be for so many. My mission is to reach back and offer support to others so that they can pay it forward, by supporting others. Our community, especially women and children is what drives me to this work. My greatest joy is getting the opportunity through coaching, speaking or teaching, to motivate, educate and facilitate impactful discussions. My workshops and events are designed to empower each person to move into an authentic meaningful life.
As a survivor of domestic abuse, I understand life’s struggles. I wrote a memoir of my story in my book, How My Part-time Job Saved My Life: A True Story of Overcoming Abuse and Claiming a Victorious Life, which has touched many lives. My message of hope has been shared with numerous church organizations including, Jack & Jill of Maryland, the Continental Society of Howard County, and several Sorority and Fraternity leadership organizations. My can do spirit is contagious and inspiring.
For over 15 years I have served as a volunteer with local public schools both as a mentor and inspirational speaker. Some of my most prominent volunteer leadership roles have been with the Howard County NAACP and the Columbia (MD) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc.
I received my Master’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University in Organizational Leadership. I am a proud wife, a loving mother of three adult sons, and three beautiful granddaughters.
Life's most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’
— Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Organizations I’ve worked with:
- Howard County Public School System
- Howard County NAACP
- Numerous church organizations
- Howard County Government
- Jack & Jill of Maryland
- Columbia (MD) Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority Inc.
- Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
- Tau Pi Chapter, Omega Si Phi Fraternity, Inc.
- Continental Society of Howard County
- The Children Home
- Columbia Association
- Keller Williams Realty