Stephanie Benfield

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Democratic Georgia

State House (Georgia 85)

Family: Husband: Robert Jr.; 2 Children: Robert III, Beverly

Born: 12/25/1965 Eastman, GA

Home: Decatur, Georgia

Religion: Methodist

Education: JD, University of Georgia School of Law, 1992 BA, University of Georgia, 1989 Attended, Vanderbilt University, 1984-1987

Profession: Partner, Law Offices of Stuckey and Manheimer Limited Liability Corporation, 1998-2002 Sole Practitioner, Law Offices of Stephanie Stuckey, 1996-1999 Staff Attorney, Fulton County Public Defender's Office, 1994-1996 Staff Attorney, Prisoner Legal Counseling Project, 1992-1994

Political: Representative, Georgia State House of Representatives, 1998-present Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1988, 1996, 2000

Congressional Membership: Commissioner, Georgia Asian American Affairs Commission, 2002 Commissioner, Georgia Child Support Commission, 2001 Member, Metro Atlanta Clean Water Initiative, 2000 Commissioner, Georgia Commission on Women, 1995-1998

Organization Membership: Board Member, Dekalb Council for the Arts, 2002-present Vice-President, Jeannette Rankin Foundation, 1992-present President, Athens League, present Member, Atlanta Bar Association, present Board Member, Emory University Board of Visitors, present Member, Epworth United Methodist Church, present Member, Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, present Member, Legislative Liaison, Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, present Board Member, University of Georgia Library Board of Visitors, present Member, Dekalb Bar Association, 1996-2004 Member, Decatur Rotary Club, 1999-2002 Trustee, The Nature Conservancy of Georgia, 1998-2002 Member, Family Law Inns of Court, 1999-2000 Member, Dekalb County Board, League of Women Voters, 1992-1998


Banks and Banking

Code Revision

Judiciary - Non-Civil

Natural Resources and Environment

Subcommittee on Crimes Against Children/Controlled Substances/General

Subcommittee on Regulations and Oversight


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