Stephanie Anthony began working at Echo Horizon in 2016 and is the first-grade Echo Center teacher. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, has a BS in Speech Language Pathology from the University of the Pacific, and an MEd in Special Education–Deaf and Hard of Hearing from Lewis and Clark College. Stephanie previously worked at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Boston, Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, Children’s Choice for Hearing and Talking, and John Tracy Clinic. Stephanie and her husband have a son and a daughter, as well as a dog named Huey. Stephanie believes the Echo Horizon community is special because the Echo Center offers DHH students a unique opportunity to learn and grow alongside their mainstream peers in a supportive and encouraging environment. She loves watching the students develop their skills and build the confidence necessary to experience success in their mainstream classroom.