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Stephanie White (Founder, Owner & Chief Fun Finder) is the mom to two wonderful kids and doctoral candidate at UofL. Stephanie was a 2014 Louisville Business First “Forty Under 40” Honoree and holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Wake Forest University and Master’s Degree in Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Dallas. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and instruction at the University of Louisville and was awarded a University Fellowship. Stephanie has enjoyed doing charitable work with her kids and has worked with many local organizations supporting local children like RAK Louisville and serves on the Advisory Board for STEAM Exchange.
She’s always exploring with her kids and taking too many pictures (and sharing said pictures on various social networking sites). Stephanie loves to cook with her kids and play soccer. To relax, there are few things that she enjoys more than a good latte and watching sports!
Previously, Stephanie was an Account Manager for Guthrie/Mayes Public Relations in Louisville. Prior, she served as Community Engagement Director for Big Brother Big Sisters of Kentuckiana and was the Managing Editor of WHiGL, a bi-weekly publication in Louisville. She spent 2.5 years on the radio on Lite 106.9 every Friday morning dishing about the latest happenings in Louisville and has made many television appearances.
Stephanie has been featured on Louisville.com, WHAS11 News, Great Day Live, Dining Discoveries &More , Live from 725, The Rusty Satellite Show, StyleBlueprint Louisville, WDRB and on Wave 3. In 2013 and 2014, articles by Stephanie were published in the official visitor’s guide (pages 22&23) for Louisville and the Courier-Journal summer travel insert. Her recommendations were the focal point for a travel article in Ladies Home Journal, March 2013 (see below). And, she does sleep.
Director of Operations and Sales- Christine Vaughan
Christine makes it her mission to find fun for families in Louisville, and surrounding, areas. She is a seasoned aunt to 12 nieces and nephews and loves finding adventures with them. She previously worked for Insider Louisville and various other non-profits in the Louisville Area. Her background is in event planning and marketing and likes to think of herself as a problem solver. She is passionate about the City of Louisville and helping make it a better place.
In her spare time, Christine contributes her project management skills to several community organizations. She currently sits on the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Board of Directors and is a former executive committee member of Greater Louisville Outstanding Women. For the last 13 years she has been a Girl Scout leader for the best troop ever. She is also dipping her toe in coaching middle and high school-aged kids in Mountain Bike racing.
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