For the past 20 years, Dr. Maggie Stevens, has anchored her work and community involvement in opportunities that allow her to directly and indirectly support students of all ages and experiences in their learning. From advising the student activities boards and fraternities and sororities on college campuses early in her career to teaching leadership practices in and out of the classroom, Dr. Stevens continues support students’ growth and learning.
Currently, Maggie serves as the CEO & President of Foster Success – an Indiana-based non-profit organization supporting teens and young adults who have spent time in the foster care system transition into stable, independent adulthood through resources and programs focused on education, employment, financial literacy, housing, and healthcare. In this role, Maggie oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization and works with the Foster Success staff and board to advance this mission through programs, partnerships and policy work.
Stevens has a bachelor’s degree in psychology (Saint Louis University), a master’s degree in Human Resource Management (University of Charleston), and a doctorate in education (University of Cincinnati). Maggie has served on the state’s service commission, Serve Indiana, overseeing AmeriCorps placements across the state, and has been a member of the UWCI Engagement Committee. She currently serves on the board of pilotEd, an Indianapolis-based charter school focused on social justice and personal identity as tools for learning and is a member of the governance committee with the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.