Young Author with a Heart Full of Passion
Stephanie was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She graduated from Putnam City North High School in 1994. She was married in February of 1996. She is the mother of 3 beautiful daughters, Dallas, Brooklyn, and Kaylia. She graduated with her Bachelors in Communication from Regent University and received her Associates in Technology with an emphasis in Visual Communication from the University of Phoenix. She holds several design and technology certifications and has won numerous awards in that area. Stephanie has worked in television, print and web media for more than 10 years. She is the owner of Moore Marketing and Communications, LLC. Her company serves in the following areas: strategic marketing plans, public relations, writing, print and web design. She recently served as campaign manager for Oklahoma State Representative Jason Lowe, securing 73% of the vote in his district on November 8, 2016. Stephanie also has a heart for young people. Since 2013, Stephanie has created and sponsored teen etiquette and leadership programs for young ladies and young men. The young ladies program is called, She’s a BOSSE (A Beautiful Oasis of Success, Style and Elegance) and the young man’s program is called, Grindaholix: Young Men on the Rise.
Through the Pain
As a young lady Stephanie was molested by a friend of her family. In high school, she witnessed a friend die as she held his hand and prayed for God to spare his life. As an adult, Stephanie was a victim of a violent acquaintance rape. Subsequently, she struggled with personal demons. When she discovered the power of God and his word, her life was forever changed. To learn more about her story, purchase her detailed autobiography, Echoes.
Why I Write…
I have been blessed to live a wonderful life. It’s not a life I deserve, but one that has been allowed. I truly want to spend the rest of my life giving Glory to God in any way I can. These books give me an opportunity to reflect on seasons in my life when God showed up and protected, provided and personally walked with me. I hope that my children and their children have the opportunity to see how God saved me. I don’t want to pretend like I am perfect or ever was perfect. Instead, I would like to share how my life has been dramatically changed by recognizing, acknowledging and living a life that honors God.