Stephanie Enyart has 20 years’ experience advocating for people with disabilities. At AFB, Stephanie is tasked with uniting AFB's public policy and research work in support of the organization's strategic plan and its key focus areas of education, employment and aging. This includes building a Public Policy and Research Institute within AFB to conduct evidence-based research that will inform AFB’s public policy interventions.

Prior to AFB, Stephanie worked for the Corporation for National and Community Service as the Disability & Inclusion Advisor. Other previous experience includes advocating for the disability community as a Skadden Foundation Fellow for Disability Rights Advocates in Berkeley, CA, and the Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law in Washington, D.C. Enyart has worked with state and federal government, as well as nonprofit, community organizing and political advocacy groups.

Stephanie holds a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law where she served as an Editor-in-Chief of Recent Developments for the UCLA Women’s Law Journal. During law school she also founded the National Association of Law Students with Disabilities and served as its first President.

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