Stephanie Gray Chang
Stephanie Gray Chang is the immediate past president of APIAVote-Michigan, which serves the Asian & Pacific Islander American community through civic participation, advocacy and education. She is pursuing her Master of Public Policy and Master of Social Work degrees at the University of Michigan. Stephanie is currently a social work/community outreach intern with the James and Grace Boggs School in Detroit and a research assistant for the University of Michigan’s Program on Intergroup Relations. She previously served as the deputy director for the Campaign for Justice, which heads a broad-based coalition of organizations and individuals from across the political spectrum fighting for a fair and effective public defense system in Michigan. She served as an organizer for Michigan United/One United Michigan, building local volunteer-led coalitions to educate the public about affirmative action and mobilize voter opposition against Proposal 2 in 2006. Stephanie is a University of Michigan 2005 graduate, with a degree in Psychology and a minor in APIA Studies. In February 2013, she launched a socially conscious Detroit wedding blog, www.loveintheD.com.