Stephanie Satchell Morris Stephanie Satchell Morris

ENPOWR Award Recipient

Stephanie Morris is a former broadcast journalist who for nearly a decade anchored and reported for a local news station in Charlottesville, Virginia. When Stephanie moved to New York City, she wanted to find a non-profit organization that worked in the endometriosis community and quickly found the Endometriosis Foundation of America. Since January of 2017, Stephanie has been an active volunteer with EndoFound’s ENPOWR project. She has visited ten high schools throughout the Greater New York area and taught lessons to hundreds of students. Stephanie also raises awareness about endometriosis and EndoFound through local health fairs and guest panels. She has even made an appearance on Good Morning America on behalf of EndoFound. When Stephanie’s not volunteering with EndoFound, you can find her exploring different neighborhoods in the city, listening to jazz, or spending time with her husband Nathan and fur son, Forte.

ENPOWR Award Recipient: Stephanie Satchell Morris

ENPOWR Award Recipient: Stephanie Satchell Morris

PATIENT AWARENESS DAY 2018:  LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE WITH ENDO Sunday, March 18, 2018, (8am-5pm) Einhorn Auditorium (131 E76th st)  at Lenox Hill Hospital, NYC Award Recipient: Stephanie Satchell Morris   - Thank you all for…

A Day in the Life of an ENPOWR Project Educator: Stephanie Shares Her Experience Teaching Students about Endometriosis

A Day in the Life of an ENPOWR Project Educator: Stephanie Shares Her Experience Teaching Students about Endometriosis

Endofound.org: Today we're here with Stephanie to talk about her volunteer experience, teaching high schoolers about endometriosis. In your words, what is the EFA's ENPOWR Project? Stephanie: Well the ENPOWR Project in my words, I guess is…