Stephanie Hunt-Theophilus is the program coordinator for the Burton D. Morgan Program in Liberal Arts & Entrepreneurship Education.
Stephanie comes to the position with a diverse professional background working largely in marketing and development in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. Before joining Denison University, Stephanie worked in marketing and development consulting with Info-link Technologies, a for-profit information technology services company, and Columbus Christmas in April (Rebuilding Together), a non-profit social service agency that facilitates free home rehabilitation for low-income homeowners. She also served from 1999 to 2001 as the Marketing and Development Director of Music in the Air, a performing arts program of the Columbus Recreation Parks Department.
Stephanie's community service has included Marketing and Development Chair for Global Gallery, an organization that promotes Fair Trade and cultural awareness through marketing of crafts from artisans in third world countries. She has also helped launch public arts projects and events in Newark, OH.
Stephanie is a PhD Candidate in Cultural and Public Policy and Administration at Ohio State University, where she was a Barnett Fellowship recipient 2004-2006. She is a graduate of Carlow College, Pittsburgh, PA., where she earned her B.A. in Communications with a minor in Fine Arts. She also holds an Associates Degree in Visual Communications from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.