Stephanie Thermora is the Operations and Logistics Coordinator for Disability Rights Fund and Disability Rights Advocacy Fund. She manages complex logistical details and provides operational support to the organization in its Boston office.
Stephanie’s continued research and interest in international development with a focus in governance, grassroots movements, and international political economies shines through her work and dedication. Stephanie has worked nonprofits for many years and brings an array of executive administrative experience to the organization. In 2015, Stephanie was recognized as a Ronald E. McNair scholar, where she conducted formal research on refugee assimilation in the United States, studying Iraqi and Somali refugees. In her previous years, Stephanie has worked for the Deans of Students and the Disability Student Services office at Boston College. She worked for ReadBoston, an educational nonprofit organization, as a Teacher’s Assistant working with recently immigrated children as they resettled in Boston. Stephanie most recently worked as the Executive Administrative Assistant at Quincy Geneva Housing Corporation, a local nonprofit in the city of Boston that focuses on urban development, housing and economic development for underserved residents in the city.
Stephanie, a Boston native, holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies with a minor in theology from Boston College. She completed her graduate studies at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies with a Masters of Arts in Global Development Policy and a certificate in African Studies.