a bit about me:
Stephanie Boccuzzi is a Bucks County, Pennsylvania native currently residing in New York City. As an alumna of the University of Scranton, she studied International Business and Spanish, with a concentration in Latin American Studies. While abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina she studied at La Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales. Following graduation, she joined The Center for Working Families, an organization based in Quito, Ecuador.
Stephanie completed her Master of Divinity at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University in Berkeley, California. During her time there, she served as a chaplain to the unhoused community in San Francisco with The Gubbio Project and was a Program Assistant at the Instituto Hispano, of Santa Clara University.
Her studies in contextual theology and pastoral ministry, focus on the role of women in Scripture, racial justice in the Catholic Church, and the wide umbrella of religious education.
Stephanie currently works at Xavier High School in Manhattan where she teaches Scripture and Ethics. She is also a spiritual director.
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys exploring the city, spending time with her young nephew and niece and, as a former Varsity tennis player, coaching at Court 16 tennis in Queens and serving as Varsity Head Tennis Coach at Xavier High School.