Spotlight On: Stephanie Tullos, YWCA Development Coordinator

10 Mar

Picture1Stephanie Tullos, Development Coordinator, has hit the ground running since joining our team in January—bringing excitement, positivity and creativity to the YWCA.

Here’s more about Stephanie:

How long have you lived in Asheville? I’ve been here since August 2008. I moved here from Charlotte to go to UNC-Asheville.

Favorite thing(s) about the YWCA? I really like that we have an all female Board of Directors. I like working for an organization that is led by women. I also like that there is a lot of diversity here—I think it’s more representative of the community of Asheville than any other place I’ve worked. And I love getting to see all the cute babies every day!

What do you like to do in your spare time? I spend a lot of time with my family, I’m one of five children. We are spread in and around Charlotte, but we try and get together for every birthday and holiday. I’m a bit of a homebody—I just moved into a new house in Woodfin, so I spend a lot of time just enjoying my new space.

People would be surprised if they knew I… attended a public arts school for seven years. I studied visual art, but I love the performing arts—dance, music and theatre. I also enjoy musicals—my favorites are “Chicago” and “Grease”.

The YWCA of Asheville hosts Empower Hour tours the first and third Tuesdays of every month, where you will learn firsthand the YWCA’s work to empower women, eliminate racism, promote health and nurture children. To learn more or to make a reservation, contact Stephanie Tullos at stullos@ywcaofasheville.org or at 828-254-7206, ext. 207.

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