Stephanie Clark, CJE *
Serving the greater Charlotte metropolitan area since 2010
Being able to work alongside a school’s yearbook staff to help them document the memories of their school year is such an unbelievably rewarding experience for Stephanie.
A picture is worth a thousand words on distribution day when she marvels at how the student body pores over the special moments the yearbook staff has captured in their school’s publication. She is honored to be a part of.
Her eight year old son keeps her on her toes with technology which only helps when in front of a staff!
* CJE // Certified Journalism Educator: This rep has been certified by the Journalism Education Association (JEA). Earning this certification requires weeks of preparation and passing a three-hour exam focusing on journalistic writing and editing, graphics and design, legal and ethical considerations, fiscal management, leadership training, conflict resolution and more.
Stephanie is the epitome of professionalism
She is the epitome of professionalism. She is extremely knowledgeable and very creative. She is always available and accommodating to a fault. It has been very easy for me to build an excellent working relationship with her. She connects with me and my staff in such a way as to make us feel we are her only client, and she always makes it seem that we are her most important priority.
— Brenda Hensley
Piedmont Community Charter School [NC]
Stephanie rescued me!
Three years ago I was given the job of yearbook advisor at Freedom High School in Morganton, NC. I have never worked on a yearbook staff and I was totally lost. With no idea where to start or what to do, I was rescued by Stephanie Clark. Stephanie introduced me to Jostens and taught me the important role that a Jostens Yearbook Advisor plays in creating a memorable yearbook. Questions still arise, new ideas are constantly emerging, and without Stephanie’s help our book would not make it to publication. Creating a yearbook takes a team, and Stephanie is an integral part of that team.
— Deborah McCurry
Freedom High School [NC]
I don’t know where we would be without Stephanie
I don’t know where my yearbook program would be without Stephanie! I’ve always felt like I was her only school because of her dedication, creativity, and always being there for my staff and me; I can’t even count the late night deadlines she helped me meet! She continually challenges her yearbook staffs to push themselves to create a creative, memorable yearbook and because of this, she is the reason we won Jostens National Yearbook Program of Excellence Award for the first time in our school’s history.
— Brittany Stowell
Piedmont High School [NC]
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