Stephanie J. Fowler M.A. ’97
Stephanie Fowler earned her bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling.
Fowler is currently a psychotherapist and counselor at William Temple House. For nine years, she hosted Oregon Public Broadcasting’s news and public affairs program Seven Days. Prior to that, she was a reporter and analyst at KGW and KOIN TV, and served as an associate editor and editorial board member of the Oregonian newspaper.
Fowler currently serves on the Oregon Nature Conservancy board, the World Affairs Council advisory board, and the board of Genesis Financial Solutions. She and her husband have established the Renaissance Foundation, a private philanthropic organization that focuses grants on education, social services, and environmental and historic preservation. They also cosponsor a class of 54 children in the I Have a Dream Program in Northeast Portland.
Fowler lives in Portland with her husband, Irving Levin. She has four stepchildren.