Stephanie Fenniri
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, Education and Social Impact Director

Stephanie is a nonprofit professional and social impact strategist with more than 8 years’ experience in developing and implementing initiatives to promote the improved quality of life for underserved populations through increased levels of capacity building in the form of community-based innovations, social impact, and public service. Her passion for public service stems from her experience as an AmeriCorps member which informed her commitment to the nonprofit sector. Stephanie currently serves as the Education and Social Impact Director at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia where she is eager to promote bicycling as a vehicle for creating inclusive communities. In 2017, Stephanie received an Executive Certificate in Social Impact Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania and is a Teaching Fellow in the Center for Social Impact Strategy in the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) where she is currently enrolled as a full-time graduate student in the Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership program. Stephanie also serves as the NPL-Hybrid Student Representative in the SP2 Student Government and as a podcast assistant and social media strategist for SP2’s Bending the Arc podcast.

Prior to moving to Philadelphia, Stephanie served as the Senior Community Partnerships Manager at the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation in Dallas, Texas where she developed a network of local, regional and national community-based organizations for participation in the Dallas Information Exchange Portal project. Stephanie previously served as the project manager for the Data Across Sectors for Health: Food for Health grant through a program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation which aimed to alleviate hypertension, diabetes and food insecurity in North Texas. As a McNair Scholar and AmeriCorps Alumna, Stephanie recognizes the increasing need for supporting vulnerable populations and developing a pipeline of future leaders who can leverage their personal and cultural experiences for professional growth. In her free time, Stephanie volunteers for nonprofit organizations, and researches future trips to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.