For the Love of the Arts

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

It was in my art and theater classes at The Meadows School that I was challenged to let my voice be heard and to go beyond my comfort zone. Most importantly, I learned to stand my ground as a performer, as an artist, and as a young woman.

About

Stephanie Forté is a storyteller, connector, and problem-solver inspired by the great outdoors and energized by the transformation of people, communities, and brands. She is a longtime advocate for public lands, outdoor recreation, and women’s health.

She spotlights people and organizations creating meaningful change in her writing and award-winning PR strategies. Stephanie also mines her life for stories, and her published essays have helped others navigate challenges and to feel less alone.

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