Stephannie Addo is a wife, mother, Veteran, Business Coach, and Entrepreneur. She received her education from Mercy College, where she majored in Behavioral Science and Early Childhood Education. During her time with the United State Army, Stephannie was awarded the Army Achievement Medal for her dedicated service. Outside of her military career, she has earned an Honorary Doctorates Degree from CICA University and Seminary, and received mentoring from the University of Connecticut’s Entrepreneurs Boot Camp for Disabled Veterans. Here she was not only mentored by Fortune 500 CEO’s, but she was also given the Most Innovative Pitch Award. Today, Stephannie is the founder of the, Successful Power Women Network. Here she coaches and helps women navigate their way through the business ownership process. Stephannie is also the founder of Champs for Autism, which creates an environment for children with and without Autism to feel empowered and encouraged. No matter what she is doing, Stephannie uses her entrepreneur spirit to better herself, and most importantly, those who seek her service. Her vast array of experience and knowledge can inspire anyone to keep pursuing their goals and overcome anything that may get in their way.