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Stephanie Langley

Assistant Director, Volunteer Bridge


Stephanie Langley believes in the transformative power of education.  She hails from Springfield Missouri but has always found herself more at home in the mountains of East Tennessee.  In 2013, she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies and her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from East Tennessee State University.  Since then she has been supporting non-traditional students with her holistic approach to learning and developing.  In her current role as Assistant Director in First-Year Studies she collaborates with colleagues at PSCC to oversee the Volunteer Bridge Program.   She has added critical services to the program such as mentoring and tutoring and looks forward to growing that aspect of student’s experiences. She looks forward to helping more first-year students gain a foothold here at the University of Tennessee. 


Master of Arts in Public Administration, East Tennessee State University

Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies, East Tennessee State University

Professional Service


LGBT Mentor, University of Tennessee

Member, Violence against Women Grant Committee, University of Tennessee

2016- Current
Chair Membership and Awards, Chancellor’s LGBT Commission, University of Tennessee

Chair of Scholarship Committee, Tennessee Association for Special Programs

Chair of Ecology and Energy Committee, Statewide Organizing for Community

Appalachian Citizen Enforcement Project Coordinator

Alliance for Appalachia, Steering Committee Member



TennACADA Conference: Advising and Coaching Volunteer Bridge Students

CMJ Student Leadership Conference: “You’re Lens, Your Leadership.”

Co-Presenter at Region 3 NACADA: “Coaching Students through Transition.”

Co-Presenter at National Students in Transition Conference: “Lost in Transition, Coaching Students Through Uncertainty.”

Co-Presenter at Council for Opportunity in Education National Conference: “Unintended Consequences of Living Learning Communities.”



Awards and Recognitions

2019                Environmental Leadership Staff Award, University of Tennessee

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