Stephanie Lewis, an out-of-school time champion and youth advocate, is Remake Learning’s Director of Relationships. She strives to ensure that members of the network feel deeply connected, supported, and engaged. She believes that these connections are invaluable and support a thriving network that ensures young people in the region have more opportunities.
Previously, Stephanie served as the Director of Allegheny Partners for Out of School Time (APOST), an initiative of the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania. In this role, she worked to build and support a quality out-of-school time network through collaborations, professional development, and partnerships.
Prior to becoming an APOST team member, Stephanie served as the Director of Educational Initiatives for The Oasis Project of Bible Center Church in Pittsburgh’s Homewood community. She oversaw program development, strategic planning, program evaluation, and program management for multiple out-of-school time programs under the initiative. She began her work at Bible Center as a volunteer for The Maker’s Clubhouse and was integral in the formation and expansion of the STEAM-focused program for K-5th graders.
Stephanie received her bachelor’s degree in biology/pre-med from Jackson State University in Mississippi, her home state. She also earned a master’s of science degree in biological sciences from Carnegie Mellon University. In her spare time, she seeks volunteer and advisory opportunities to promote scholarship and out-of-school time programs. Her beloved past times are playing board games with her family, taking long walks, and completing DIY projects.