With over 15 years of nonprofit leadership, Stephanie Husted’s passion and commitment to excellence, as well as her indefatigable efforts to imporve the lives of women and families, can be seen in the array of high-impact positions she has held throughout the years. With an extensive background in operations management, business acumen, and organizational transformations, Stephanie was selected in January 2019 to lead the Women’s Center, a local to Brevard nonprofit organization, providing trauma informed care to victims of domestic and sexual violence. Stephanie has held leadership roles with numerous multi-million dollar organizations and also served as a grantor for HIV/AIDS patient care services with funding totaling over $12 million dollars annually for a five country region in Central Florida. During her most recent role as the Director to the Office of the President at Heart of Florida United Way, a $28 million dollar organization in Orlando, she was selected to lead the charge in the creation of the Orlando United Assistance Center (OUAC) established immediately following the Pulse night club terrorist attack as a crisis and recovery center for families of victims and survivors. A graduate of Brevard Community College, now Eastern Florida State College, and the University of Central Florida, Stephanie is no stranger to developing services of care for underserved communities and victims of trauma.
Stephanie is happily married to her loving husband, Brian, and has two young children.