VALLEYLIFE’s director of Fund Development, Margaret Stephens-Reed, recently was recognized as the 2017 Woman of the Year by East Valley Women.

“Margaret Stephens-Reed has been a tremendous asset to VALLEYLIFE since joining our team in February of 2009,” said Cletus Thiebeau, President & CEO of VALLEYLIFE, 1142 W. Hatcher Road. “It is an honor to have Margaret on our Senior Management team. She continuously raises awareness for individuals with disabilities through fundraising campaigns and personal outreach. Margaret has a real passion for creating a better life for our members and making a difference in our community.”

February marked Stephens-Reed’s ninth year at VALLEYLIFE, which provides residential services, day services, home- and community-based services, and vocational services to people with disabilities.. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Washington University of Cheney, Wash., and is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; Central Phoenix Women; East Valley Women; and Women of Scottsdale.

Stephens-Reed serves on the Arizona State Oversight Board for Defensive Driving Schools and is a board member of the Planned Giving Roundtable of Arizona and The New Foundation.



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