Stephanie Angelo

Stephanie Angelo is upbeat and down-to-earth. You could say she has her “ups and downs”!  With her conversational manner and hands on exercises, audiences learn to lead safer, more empowered lives.  Stephanie brings her programs to audiences of all ages from preschools to corporations. 

Children’s causes have always been at the top of her “radar” and a strong emotional issue for Stephanie.  She founded KidzWeyes in 2004 to provide awareness and safety programs for children, parents and the professional community for prevention of sexual abuse, exploitation, abduction, and endangerment of children.

She has shared her expertise with associations, organizations, faith groups, parent groups, children's clubs, schools, and communities. Previous clients have included the Bureau of Indian Education, University of North Dakota, Colorado Organization for Victims Assistance, Bright Horizons Family Centers, Girl Scouts, MOPs groups and many more.

Stephanie is a member of the National Speakers Association, and a past Board Member of National Speaker’s Association- Arizona.

She has personally written, or been interviewed for, numerous articles and makes frequent television appearances. 

Stephanie is the creator of the popular first-ever interactive personal safety DVD for children based on her I Can Be Safe!® programs for kids. She also produced an adorable and valuable picture book of children's safety tips called Draw Me To Safety.  She edited Alert Parents, Wiser Kids a book of safety resources for parents. 

She was nominated for the local NAFE affiliate Impact for Enterprising Women’s 2004 Celebration of Success Award, the 2004 Chandler Chamber of Commerce Community Award, the 2006 Kris Bell Award and the 2007 Arizona Woman Golden Heart of Business Award, and the 2008 Phoenix Chamber of Commerce IMPACT award. In 2010 she won the Desert Sunflower Award for Allies from the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Stephanie loves spending time outdoors, especially hiking and biking ... lawn work, not so much.  In her “past life” she did a lot of theater and was in three movies.  She has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild since 1981.  Stephanie also holds a Private Pilots license for single engine aircraft.