1 Program with Maggie Stevens, Ed.D.
Dr. Maggie Stevens has focused her career on adult learning and community engagement, primarily through work in and with institutions of higher education. She views education as a transformative experience and believes that all people should have access to it.
Maggie brings over 15 years of higher education experience to her work at TPMA including work in both student and academic affairs on public and private university campuses and teaching experience that expands the higher ed experience ranging from first-year seminars to undergraduate and graduate level capstone courses in organizational leadership.
In addition to her work on campuses, Maggie served as the Executive Director of Indiana Campus Compact-a membership based organization of colleges and universities aimed at helping institutions of higher education intentionally engage with their communities.
Maggie has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Saint Louis University (MO), a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Charleston (WV), and Doctorate of Education from the University of Cincinnati (OH).
An Indianapolis transplant, Maggie is regularly looking for ways to stay involved in her local community and inspire others to do the same. Her volunteer activities range from volunteering at her kids’ school to serving on the ServeIndiana Commission, the United Way of Central Indiana’s Volunteer Engagement Committee and the President’s Advisory Council for Leadership Indianapolis.