Stephanie was born on the east coast and grew up on the west coast. She lived in a small southern Oregon town out in the country. Her family grew pretty much everything they ate. They canned vegetables and fruit from their garden and orchard in the summers that lasted all year long. They traveled a small dirt road for two miles to get to their house and had only four neighbors. Growing up in a small town has its benefits, but when Stephanie was beginning 7th grade her family moved to the Bay Area in California. There she learned about city life. She graduated high school at 17, and headed south to Santa Barbara for college. Once in college Stephanie had a part time job working for a real estate developer who bought land in Las Vegas for which they planned for homes to be built. Stephanie volunteered to go to Las Vegas for six months once she graduated to manage the office and assist in preparing this land for development.

Once in Las Vegas, Stephanie learned extensively about real estate and loved it. She ended up staying, obtained her real estate license at 25, and a few years later she earned her broker’s license. At the age of 32, while raising two small children, she opened her own brokerage; Cambridge Realty. Thirty+ years in this city has gone by so quickly. She has watched Las Vegas expand and has raised her family here. Her children are now grown and she finds herself in a place where she can focus all her efforts on serving the People of Nevada.

 Stephanie truly has a ‘servant’s heart’. She loves caring for and supporting abused, neglected, and hungry children. For decades, not only has Stephanie financially supported many charities, she has volunteered her time to support children’s organizations and has also served, in many ways, the homeless in our community. Stephanie has always known one day she would have her own non-profit organization geared to support, feed, house and rehabilitate trafficked kids, run-away teens, pregnant teens, our homeless Veterans and anyone in need of basic human necessities. She envisions spending her retirement years running her non-profit and serving the less fortunate. Last year, Stephanie put her dream to action and was able to launch her non-profit called “Den Mothers”. Even though she can’t devote a lot of her time to this right now, she is dedicated to supporting as many as she can along her journey until such time she is able to devote full time to this mission.

At this time, Stephanie is being called to politics and is willing and able to serve the State of Nevada in this capacity. She is very well qualified to be your next United States Senator and if the people so elect her, Nevada WOULD make history by electing its first female Republican Senator. Her career has prepared her for this. She has represented, negotiated for, advocated for, fought for, listened to, acted as mediator and so much more for her clients. As an elected official, Stephanie would be doing for her constituents all these things she’s done her entire career and much more. She is up for the challenge and is ready to go to D.C. to represent Nevada.