Stephanie Savard, LICSW, serves as the Director of the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness, a non-profit that provides advocacy, research and training focused on homelessness in the state of New Hampshire. Stephanie brings over 25 years of experience in working with homelessness, trauma, and substance use disorders to raise awareness of homelessness across the state, disseminate research on best practices and solutions, and empower all communities to advocate for an end to homelessness. In addition, Stephanie is the Chief External Relations Officer of Families in Transition, having worked with the organization most recently as the Chief Operating Officer and as an Interim Executive Leader.
Stephanie is a New Hampshire Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has a Master’s in Social Work from Boston University, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Associate’s in Chemical Dependency from Keene State College. She is appointed to the NH Council on Housing Stability and Co-Chair of the Housing and Homelessness Workgroup for the Council. She was appointed to the New Hampshire Governor’s Commission on Alcohol & Drugs for 9 years and served as its’ Treatment Taskforce Chair. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and past Vice-President and current member of the New Hampshire Chapter. Stephanie was awarded the Social Worker of the Year by the NASW-NH Chapter in 2021. She was also named a 40 Under 40 Leader of New Hampshire by the Union Leader and Business Industry Association in 2004, is a member of the Leadership New Hampshire 2021 Class, and the Leadership Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce 2011 Class.