Stephanie Paige Baldwin is the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Stephanie is originally from Utah and received her Bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah State and Master’s degree from Utah State University. As the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Stephanie provides the students at CU a unique opportunity to personally grow and practice leadership in real-world situations. Fraternal organizations build better people by focusing on values, ethical decision-making and working together for the common good. Stephanie strives to give the students of CU the information and support they need to be empowered to make positive change in the world. In almost 14 years on campus, she has seen her community more than double in size, has been instrumental in establishing a university-recognized fraternity community of over 600 students in less than 5 years, and has championed the expansion of the Multicultural Greek Council and the return of NPHC to create spaces for belonging among the underrepresented student population.
In addition to her position at CU, Stephanie also serves several associations and organizations that are dedicated to advancing the fraternal movement. Currently, she serves the co-chair of the Fraternity and Sorority Life Knowledge Community for NASPA, is a lead facilitator for the First 90 Days for the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and continues to volunteer to facilitate a variety of leadership programs throughout the country.
Stephanie lives in Longmont, Colorado with her spicey (almost) eight-year-old son and husband of almost 19 years. She enjoys all (and she means all) of the crafts, is a part of the local bowling league, loves to adventure, and binge watch true crime.
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