As a sister to three adopted siblings, God gave Stevie an early passion for helping others. After coming to faith at age 15 and being radically transformed by the Gospel, God gave Stevie the desire to serve in ministry to offer the hope and comfort of Christ to others. Stevie served with Campus Outreach at Capitol Hill Baptist Church throughout college and then full-time upon graduation from The George Washington University where she studied Psychology and Human Services. Through her time serving in college ministry, Stevie received her M.A. in Biblical Counseling from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She now lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC with her husband and young daughter. In her spare time, Stevie loves hiking, cooking Asian food, traveling, and spending time with friends.
As Stevie has experienced the tender care of our Heavenly Father in her own life it has overflowed into her relationships with others. With a holistic and compassionate counseling approach, Stevie comes alongside women and youth with a wide variety of life’s challenges. She has experience with interracial relationships, identity struggles, broken families, grief, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and more.