“Women in Leadership” Speaker Series: Stephanie Murray

On Wednesday, October 30, 2013, Trinity Hall will host the first speaker in our “Women in Leadership” speaker series. This series will feature women who are examples of leadership in different industries, engaging with our students in an informal, discussion-focused format.

We are thrilled to introduce Stephanie Murray, deputy mayor of Middletown, as our very first speaker in this series.

Stephanie Murray began her term on the Middletown Township Committee in January 2012. She is a graduate of Fordham University and is the owner of a small press.

Stephanie and her husband, Ken, have made Middletown their home for the past 12 years. They have 3 children: Trinity, age 12, Gavin, age 9, and Skylar, age 8.

During her Middletown Township career, Stephanie has been a commissioner on the Middletown Housing Authority, a trustee of the Middletown Library Board, and a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment. She took part in forming the Middletown Volunteer Corps and worked to reinstate the Middletown Historical Commission. She is currently the chairwoman for Middletown 350, a member of the Middletown Historical Commission, a member of the Middletown Day Committee, and a trustee at the Poricy Park Conservancy.

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