Stephanie Woodward, Esq.

Stephanie Woodward, a pale woman with curly ginger hair and pink glasses, smiles while wearing a black shirt that reads

Stephanie Woodward Esq.

Disability EmpowHer Network

“Mentoring is about showing up and supporting your mentees. It’s about looking for opportunities and creating opportunities to uplift your mentees. It’s also about listening to your mentees and recognizing that you have just as much to learn from your mentees as they have to learn from you.”

We are proud to induct Stephanie Woodward into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.

Stephanie Woodward is an attorney, activist, and organizer, passionate about Disability Rights and empowering people with disabilities. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of Disability EmpowHer Network, a national nonprofit dedicated to empowering girls and women with disabilities to grow, learn, and develop to their highest potential and have the confidence to lead.

Her experience in the Disability Community spans from litigating Disability Rights cases, to advising U.S. Senators on disability issues, to leading protests to demand the enforcement, advancement, and protection of Disability Rights laws.

She is passionate about advocating for social justice and has an arrest record to show for it. As a proud disabled woman and civil rights activist, Stephanie is committed to bringing more women and girls with disabilities to the forefront through mentoring and activism.