Huami magazine shares the origin story of Sophic Solutions and 'the why' that drives Rodney and Stephenie's passion. Published November 2022. Click the photo to read.
Voyage KC Magazine features Stephenie Smith: Exploring life and business. Published March 2022. Click the photo to read.
Core Conversations podcast: Stephenie discusses what shaped her as a leader and what sparks change. Podcast host Leslie Scott. Recorded January 2022. Click the icon to listen.
Stephenie Smith, MSW is selected as the 2022 Missouri Social Worker of the Year by the Missouri NASW chapter.
2021 Regional Leadership Awardee
Each year, the Mid- America Regional Council (MARC) presents the Regional Leadership Awards. This award honors people and organizations that advocate regional concepts, approaches and programs; address regional challenges; apply innovative solutions to regional problems; and advance a regional vision of excellence and opportunity. The Sophic Solutions' team is honored to be a 2021 MARC Regional Leadership Award recipient.
KC Race, Equity & Inclusion Project
The KC Race, Equity and Inclusion Project is designed for individuals like you to understand the factors that have led to current day inequities and helps to put us in position to break down barriers, so that more individuals have the opportunity for success.
The workshops are just one part of an emerging community conversation with many other engaged citizens. These workshops are equipping community members with a common understanding of historical and current data trends, a shared language, and the ability to identify policies and practices that need to be addressed. To receive alerts about upcoming events, click the following link and follow KC REI Project.
Both Sides Podcast featuring
Rodney and Stephenie Smith,
Co-Founders of Sophic Solutions, LLC.
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Gypsy on the Run Podcast
featuring Stephenie Smith,
Co-Founder of Sophic Solutions, LLC.
NABSW Kansas City Chapter President, Amittia Parker; Managing Partner, Sophic Solutions, LLC, Stephenie K. Smith; and Aaron Crossley, NASW chapter member discuss the importance of dismantling racism in social work. Recorded March 2021
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