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Leadership Circle Highlight 📣

WIN’s Leadership Circle is a distinguished group of supporters who choose to invest in WIN’s nationally award-winning work because they believe together we can change the lives of Los Angeles’ families for generations to come!

We want to recognize Stephanie Schaffer who generously gives to WIN each year. Stephanie helps guide and support WIN’s mission through her contributions and strategic counsel! 

Learn more about how Stephanie impacted WIN 👇

Q & A:

  • How did you first hear about WIN?
    “I was introduced to WIN through Josh Kamali, WIN’s former Sustainability and Development Director. He invited me to help with the planning of WIN’s 2020 Generations Awards event, which provided me with the opportunity to become familiar with the organization’s work.”
  • What about our mission excites you?
    “I deeply value WIN’s commitment to breaking cycles of trauma within families. By addressing challenging issues early in a child’s life, they are given such valuable tools and opportunities to live happier, healthier lives.”
  • How have you been involved with WIN?
    “After assisting with the Generations Award event, I joined the board in early 2021. I currently serve on the board’s Fundraising Committee, Communications Committee and newly formed Development Committee Task Force.”
  • What do you hope WIN will achieve in the near future? In the long term?
    “In the near future, I hope WIN forms meaningful connections within its new neighborhood that helps to establish it as a resource for the community. In the long term, I hope to see WIN expand its reach so that more families in need may benefit from its unique service model.”
  • Who are the members of your family?
    “I am married to my husband, Scott. We have two daughters — Avery, who is starting 2nd grade this fall, and Chloe, who is starting kindergarten.”
  • What do you like to do in your free time?
    “In addition to my work with WIN, I serve as a member of the Women’s Philanthropic Circle at the Cayton Children’s Museum. I also co-chair the PTA at my daughters’ school. I love to travel and read; my hobbies include playing tennis and skiing.”

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