Welcome Stephany Hazelrigg our new Program Manager!

We are thrilled to announce that long time teaching artist Stephany Hazelrigg is part of the Reel Grrls team! She was hired in October and has jumped right into learning about programs, supporting our teaching artists, curriculum development, and total badass-ry!

A lifelong artist and youthworker of over 16 years Stephany Koch Hazelrigg lives deeply and directly from her belief in the power of art and community to create space, healing, and change. Stephany has worked as a facilitator, teaching artist, direct service provider and program manager working primarily with marginalized youth and communities involved in social change. She has created, collaborated, facilitated, and transformed with/in public schools, group homes, after school programs, conferences, summer camps, retreats, public and community organizations throughout the PNW and beyond.

In addition to her current work as a Reel Grrls Program Manager Stephany is also an independently contracted consultant, social artist and creative facilitator who envisions, develops, trains, plays, and performs with multiple community organizations and schools in the Pacific Northwest including her own grassroots collective, Social HeARTistry Educators and its seed project The Naked Truth On Stereotypes. From critical keynote speeches to passionate spoken word performances and imaginative and inspiring workshops. Stephany knits her inherent artistry for living and learning into all she creates.

She is the proud momma of a most wonderful little grrl and is profoundly grateful for the deep and daily lessons that abound within the powerful and creative community of women, grrls, and allies in her life as they work toward social justice that centers those most marginalized throughout HIStory. She is honored and inspired to make space for young people and grrls to speak out and lead the way with the power of media, making, and storytelling.


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