NFPA Welcomes New Association Program Manager

Stephanie Scaccianoce joined NFPA on February 20 as an Association Program Manager for middle and high school workforce programs. She comes to us having recently worked as the Program Manager to Media Star Promotions where she worked in consumer engagement, experiential marketing, and prospecting.

Stephanie is working on a Bachelor’s degree in Leadership and Communication and is set to graduate in May of this year. While pursuing her education, she previously served on the Board of Directors of Kompost Kids, Inc. in Milwaukee. Their mission is to educate the public, individuals, businesses, and institutions about the benefits of compost and to reclaim organic materials from landfills to create soil for community-based agriculture projects.

Stephanie will be responsible for promoting NFPA’s middle and high school workforce programs including the Fluid Power Action Challenge and Student Career Connections.

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