Stephanie joined the Idaho Bureau of Rural Health & Primary Care in 2011. She is Idaho Flex and SHIP Program Manager and provides technical assistance to the 27 Idaho Critical Access Hospitals.
Stephanie is a native Idahoan but spent many years working abroad. She was a Peace Corps Health Volunteer in Honduras and worked on a variety of education and health projects for non-governmental organizations in Sierra Leone and Mozambique. She received her B.A. from Boise State University in Anthropology and Spanish and her M.A. from The New School University in New York in International Affairs/Socio-Economic Development.
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