Stephanie Donner has spent her career devoted to the development of women and girls. She served as Governor Hickenlooper's Chief Legal Counsel and then went on to be Chief Legal and People Officer for Galvanize, a technology education company with eight campuses across the United States. Stephanie founded the Galvanize Foundation, a 501(c)3) that exists to increase access to tech careers for women and people of color and was recognized as 9NEWS Leader of the Year in 2017 for those efforts. Stephanie was most recently the Executive Director for Denver’s Emily Griffith Technical College - Colorado’s premier trade and technical college where she was focused on creating opportunities for all who wish to learn and driving diversity across all programs. Stephanie is also the co-author of When Women Vote - a book that highlights the challenges with voting in the United States and how election reform increases voter turnout and equality, particularly for women. She is excited to Join Vote at Home to advance the work of that book and election reform.
After record turnout in the 2020 election, Maryland's State Board of Election officials is working ... to expand ballot drop boxes📮This will help ensure that voters throughout the state have secure, convenient places to return their ballots in years to come🙌 https://wtop.com/maryland/2021/01/state-election-officials-recommend-more-drop-off-boxes-for-ballots-in-2022/