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Maney-Hartlaub at home at City Year [Milwaukee Business Journal]

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The passion to help guide students through their academic life is something that brings great joy to Stephanie Maney-Hartlaub. Over 20 years in the field of teaching, and she only wants to continue being there for the kids.

She started her career teaching fourth-graders, which transitioned into her becoming a principal. For Maney-Hartlaub, it’s not about the titles but about the impact that she can make in students’ lives.

“Kids are where it’s at,” she said. “The young people are brilliant. I want them to have the best opportunities.”

Nyesha Stone, Contributing Writer for the Milwaukee Business Journal featured Dr. Stephanie Maney-Hartlaub in the paper’s Executive Profile.

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