Stephanie thrives on engaging with different communities, not just in a performance capacity, but also in organization and management.

In 2010, she was one of the founding board members of ChantLanta, one of the largest yoga and kirtan festivals in the Southeast. Its mission is to promote sacred music, build community, and raise money for charity. A free event, ChantLanta has raised more than $40,000 for local and international charities.
In 2011, the silent auction which Stephanie organized raised more than 50% of the funds from the entire event. In 2016, she focused her attention on sustainability initiatives. For the first time, Chantlanta had composting! (She hopes to make an example for other events—composting is not just for farmers markets.)

She helped organize Breaking the Mandala, a series of paintings and commentary for Aquarius Magazine. Collaborating with Keith Prossick, Stephanie edited and directed the commentary.

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For several years, Stephanie managed operations and logistics for the art support/theme camp for Charlie Smith and the Art of Such n Such. Before Burning Man, she aided in fundraising and event planning, including organizing silent auctions. On playa, she managed non-art logistics for the group, which consisted of people from Europe, Asia, and all over the US. She was also one of the producers of Georgia's Burning Man Decompression in 2015.