Community Advisory Board Member, Community COVID Crushers Action Council
Stephanie Harbin is a native Detroiter and has been a Detroiter all her life. Stephanie graduated from Mumford High School, attended Detroit College of Business now known as Davenport University where she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration. She later attended Destiny School of Ministry and received a Master's Degree of Theology from Destiny Christian University. She was employed with General Motors Company for 30 years. Stephanie retired from General Motors Company as of January, 2017 as a Legal Assistant for the Intellectual Property Staff. Stephanie began her community volunteer journey while employed with General Motors, she volunteered for "A World In Motion", Street Law Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Tutor Mate and Greening of Detroit. Stephanie continued her journey to volunteer with the AmeriCorps LISC organization as a Safety & Walkability Specialist with the Sinai Grace Guild CDC (SGGCDC). The Completion of the AmeriCorps assignment she received the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to pursue an Intellectual Property Certificate at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. She is the President of the San Juan Block Club, President of the District 2 Presidents Community RoundTable. Board Member with Fitzgerald Community Council, Detroit, Collaborative Design Center (DCDC) a member of the College Core Block Club and an active participant with the Fitzgerald Revitalization Project. She is humbly grateful to received “The Power of One Dedicated Woman” award from the Michigan Community Resources organization. Stephanie is optimistic to make a positive change with and for the community, she is confident, when a community builds together equals UNITY for all neighbors in the community. Stephanie joined the Community COVID Crushers Action Council to connect with others and help increase community awareness of how to practice important safety measures for reducing the spread of COVID-19 so all community members survive the pandemic.
Stephanie is speaking at
DocumentsCommunity-Driven Health Campaigns to Improve Reach and Impact of COVID-19 Messaging Our Communities’ Questions about Cancer and COVID-19 Reaching Out by Telephone to Reduce Isolation: Healthier Black Elders Center Mobile Testing & Navigating COVID Legal and Ethical Implications of SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring Detroit Trauma Project: Characterizing Social Support While Under COVID-19 Social Distancing The G.O.A.L.S. ProgramA Social Innovation Fund Initiative by United Way for Southeastern Michigan
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