Stephannie Addo is a coach who helps individuals, entrepreneurs, and businesses around the world attain more success in the midst of great challenges. She is equipped with sound consulting principles and well-validated techniques which produces amazing results.
As a serial entrepreneur, she has many businesses to her credit. In the past, she had run two businesses named, Scholars of the Futures Educational Center and Achieving Scholars Educational Center. At the moment, Stephannie is the owner of Successful Power Women Network, where she helps women with small businesses to launch, expand, and maximize profit. Her expertise lies in creating the masterful coaching conversation, paying attention to every detail and in nurturing a space for growth and opportunity that leads them to an overwhelming shift in outcomes.
Formerly in the United States Army, Stephannie once received the Army Achievement Medal for her dedication to serving her country. She later attended Mercy College where she earned her degree with a major in Behavioral Science and Early Childhood Education. She was mentored by CEO’s from the Nation’s Top Fortune 500 Companies through the University of Connecticut Entrepreneurs Bootcamp for Disabled Veterans, where she won the most Innovative Pitch Award for her business presentation.
As a married mother of three children, including her first-born child who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two; Stephannie became passionate about humanity, and psychology, and chose to become an advocate of Autism to honor her son. She is the founder and owner of ‘Champs For Autism’ – a company dedicated to empowering, encouraging and creating a happier life for children with or without Autism. As a creative professional, craving to make a difference in her community, Stephannie has been featured on many publications including the NY Post, PIX 11, Bronx Chronicles, and Bronxnet. She is someone who loves giving back to her community: She received a Congressional Award from US Congressman Charles Rangel and also citations from Senator Bill Perkins and Rafael Salemenca for her dedication to community services.
Stephannie realized she wanted to become a teacher and make a productive change in children’s life when she was in her second grade. However, she is not only gifted to reach children alone but also to help adults and aspiring entrepreneurs in achieving their dreams. Ghandi’s quote which states, "Be the Change that you wish to see in the World,” motivates her. She enjoys helping others to grow both professionally and individually. “Every person should maximize their ability to achieve their dreams in life” – Stephannie.