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Stephanie Howse – Ohio’s Inspirational Leader

As president of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus, State Representative Stephanie Howse [D District #11] has a clear vision for Ohio’s African Americans. She and other members of Ohio’s Legislative Black Caucus understand the rich history and significant gifts of African Americans who have made clear contributions to the state of Ohio.

Representative Howse will travel to Toledo on Friday, May 17, 2019 to watch six distinguished citizens be honored by the African American Legacy Project.

Stephanie Howse

Howse understands legacy!  She currently holds the seat one time held by her mother State Representative Annie Key who represented the 11th District from 2001−2006.

Howse is vibrant, enthusiastic and committed. Her style is best described as leadership with purpose.  She and colleagues in the Ohio Black Legislature are working to address the histories and experiences of African Americans in communities across the state of Ohio. Always engaged and always engaging, in 2002 Howse began evolving as a community and public servant when she developed a program called Footprints which was created to nurture leadership and mentoring opportunities for girls ages 9 – 17. 

Howse’s formative years were spent developing her love of people in the historic Ward #7 District of Cleveland [OH].  Ms. Howse studied vocal and instrumental music at the Cleveland School of the Arts, continued her education at Florida A & M and later earned her undergraduate degree in Civil Environmental Engineering from Florida A&M.   Howse returned home and earned her Master’s degree in Environmental Studies from Cleveland State University.

Howse will witness the induction of six notable Toledoans including: Bishop Robert Culp; Robert Kaplan; LaRouth Perry, PhD; Robert Perry, PhD, and, posthumously, Edrene Cole and Wayman Palmer.

Howse’s career experiences include: being selected as a Fellow – Cleveland Executive Fellowship a program of the Cleveland Foundation; Cleveland Field Director – Ohio Democratic Party; Substitute Teacher – Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Consultant – Notable Interactions. She recently served as the Admissions and Community Outreach Coordinator for the Entrepreneurship Preparatory School (E Prep) and Village Preparatory School (Village Prep).

Meet Stephanie Howse the president of Ohio’s Black Legislative Caucus Friday, May 17, 2019 during the African American Legacy Project’s Legacy of Leadership celebration.

For tickets and additional information call The African American Legacy Project at 419-720-4369.



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