Stephanie Clegg joined ITEP in 2018. In her role as Communications Manager, Stephanie supports data visualization, website development and digital media efforts. Her broad advertising, design and communications background includes 11 years in the publication industry and more than 15 years working with nonprofit organizations.
In addition to her creative communications background, Stephanie is a certified Project Management Professional. She is a published artist, Florida Press Association Display Advertising award-winner and currently serves as board chair for Jobsite Theater, a nonprofit theater in her home of Tampa, FL.stephanie at itep.org
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Florida politicians deliberately rigged the unemployment system after the Great Recession to avoid raising taxes on businesses. Now, in a pandemic, some out-of-work residents are left waiting more than six weeks for unemployment benefits while more than 280,000 others have been inexplicably denied. What’s happening in Florida underscores deeper challenges with systems that should help those in need, but instead are designed to fail them.
The final version of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act enacted last week included rebate provisions that will reach most low-, moderate- and middle-income adults and children, but not everyone. Meg Wiehe sits down for a Q&A to discuss who benefits from the rebate provision, who is excluded and how states can respond to support communities.