Stephanie joined Jewish Care’s Board of Trustees in May 2022, having been a member of the Audit and Risk and Quality Assurance Committees of Jewish Care for a number of years.
After qualifying as a solicitor at a large London practice, she subsequently worked in private practice and as a law lecturer, a member of the Parole Board and as a tribunal judge.
Stephanie has a wide experience of voluntary activities, including having been a Non-Executive Director of an NHS Trust, a Governor of an NHS Trust, and a Chair of Governors of a large secondary school. She is currently the Vice Chair of an NHS Research and Ethics Committee, an English Heritage volunteer at Kenwood House, and is a trustee of Langdon, where she chairs the Clinical Governance Committee.
Stephanie holds an LLM in criminology and an MA in Medical Law and Medical Ethics.