What some clients have said
Re: Domestic Abuse
- Jorgensen Brooks Group
- Chandler Chamber of Commerce
- Aurora Behavioral Healthsystems
- Arizona Healthcare Human Resources Association
- Arizona Department of Administration
- City of Phoenix: Office of the City Prosecutor
- Arizona SHRM State Council
- SCF Arizona
- Justice and Hope Conference Lower Columbia College
- International Facility Mangement Association Public Sector Facilities Council
- International Facility Management Association Greater Phoenix Chapter
- AEA Federal Credit Union
- Travis Gregory, President SAHRA
- Desert Peaks Award
- Arizona State University
- Maricopa Association of Governments
- Greater Phoenix Association of Health Underwriters
Stephanie Angelo is a dynamic individual who has recognized a real need in our society by addressing two problems that are much larger than most of the general public and corporate America are aware; victimization by domestic violence and its encroachment into the workplace and the need for support of secondary victims of missing persons. I applaud Stephanies effort for stepping forward and speaking up to say, there is a problem and it can affect you, Corporate America. Not only can it encroach into the workplace, but it has and it will continue. It is a problem that is not going away real soon, but the problems for those affected can certainly be significantly impacted and reduced, by Corporate America opening its eyes and becoming involved on behalf of their victimized employees.
Retired law enforcement specialist - Domestic Violence and Missing Persons.
I attended the noontime presentation that you conducted at the ASU Downtown campus today.
I did not have the opportunity to personally thank you for "helping spread the word" about DV. The more that employers (and HR staff) know about the facts surrounding the DV issues the better we all can deal with the sensitivities and emotional trauma our employees may be experiencing.
You successfully took the difficult subject of Domestic Abuse and honed your presentation to directly resonate with our members, who as Agents and Brokers, must face many competitive issues which impact their ability to service clients. You effectively demonstrated how the medical and mental health care costs of abuse are impacting underwriters and our client’s businesses. Several members, including our Regional President, commented on the way your presentation applied to our industry.
Shelly K. Winson, REBC, RHU
Stephanie is a dynamic and engaging speaker. She not only has a tremendous grasp of the subject matter, but delivers this very difficult information with great sensitivity and passion.
Stephanie is able to balance her personal and professional experiences with the needs and perspectives of her target audience. Her presentation was current and very professional.
Craig Mills, MC, CEAP,
Central Arizona EAPA Chapter
Your message was very well received by the Woman's Council and very timely. As you know our Council has supported My Sister's Place, the only Domestic Violence Center in Chandler, for the last two years. There is no question that your knowledge and expertise in this area came through loud and clear. I believe every business and its employees would benefit greatly from your unique training and the quality of your speaking skills.
Becky Jackson, President
Chandler Chamber of Commerce
Sometimes people are afraid to ask for help or shy about inquiring as to where to turn for assistance. This was an extraordinary talk and question and answer session for this group. We had people from all over the valley on this occasion. I had so many women after the lecture tell us they really appreciated your talk and finally knowing where to go for help.
Women’s Studies, ASU