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Youth Prevention & Evaluation Director

Stephanie Ortiz (she, her) is an experienced Technology of Participation (ToP) Trainer and Facilitator. She has been in the field of community development as an organizer and facilitator locally, statewide, and nationally. She has spent the last 15 years of her life working with groups on creating consensus and catalyzing them to action. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Democracy & Justice Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, with a focus on Women’s Studies. She worked previously at End Domestic Abuse WI: the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence for 8 years as the Director of Prevention & Engagement. Much of Stephanie’s facilitation work takes place at the intersection of gender justice and anti-racism work while engaging youth.


Stephanie grew up attending Oneida Nation Elementary School from K-8 and graduated High School from Green Bay West. She lives now in Green Bay, where she has two children and enjoys time with family. She is Native American (Oneida & Menominee descendant) & Afro-Latinx (Puerto Rican).

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