I don’t pitch I teach! My life’s work is to support humanity through Spiritual Healing, Affordable Transformational Education, and Priceless Know-How.
My name is Stefany J. and I am all about sharing my human experience with the world. I was born with the creativity, gifts, skills, and heart to do many things. Of all the accomplishments and strides I have made in my professional career, the most important to me has been to make my life COUNT by helping others to navigate theirs using LOVE, WISDOM, and COMPASSION as instruments of abundance and tools for change. I AM extremely passionate about everything I commit to.
Raised in an authentic “Cosby Household Experience” by two Pennsylvanian born educators in Brooklyn, New York, I was always the child who was beyond status quo. We lived across the street from Pratt Institute and subsequently in Crown Heights on Park Place between Kingston and Albany. I attended Satellite West JHS, Brooklyn Technical High School, and graduated from the Brooklyn Chapter of Jack and Jill. My siblings and I spent our summer years at Camp Atwater in North Brookfield, Mass, in the Brooklyn Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, and back and forth visiting relatives in South Philly, and Germantown. I remember going to the club in Germantown and sitting in the summer heat watching my grandfather play tennis on clay courts. Some of my longest relationships and dearest friends to this day are as a result of being a part of all those communities and tribes.
MY PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY IS THAT LIFE IS BY DESIGN (I AM), AND DREAMS ARE BY MEASURE (THAT I AM) AND “THE ONLY WAY TO THE GREAT YOU ARE IS THROUGH THE GREAT I AM”.
Twenty years of my corporate career were built as a Banking, Real Estate Portfolio Management, Affordable Housing Development and Education Executive at the University of Pennsylvania and Pennrose Management & Development Company respectively, while the second half was as a Consultant running my boutique business in Media Technology.
I am the mom of 3 adult children. Today I spend most of my efforts in public service, and contribute the majority of my gifts and time in support of others. I am a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Executive Director of an Educational Non-Profit Organization for young people called Bridge Da Gap Movement Inc., am the Vice-President of Operations and Development for the Community Healing Project of Philadelphia under the first African-American Female Archbishop, Mary Floyd-Palmer, sit on several Boards of Directors, and do mission work in Africa. I love people, I love helping everyone I am able to help, and I love living life to the fullest.