Stephanie was born in Florida and raised in Alaska, graduating from Chugiak High School. At the age of 18, Stephanie joined the Air Force, traveling to various bases including, Misawa Air Base, Japan, Aviano Air Base, Italy, and Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. After serving on Active Duty for 8 years as a Signals Analyst, Stephanie transitioned into the Air Force Reserve as a paralegal, where she continues to serve as a Legal Office Superintendent and Reserve Coordinator Trainer. She has worked in a variety of capacities during her time in the Air Force, with experience in Military Justice, Criminal Defense, Operational Law, and International Law. Stephanie brings a unique skill set to the team at Johnson Law, possessing an Associates degree in Paralegal Studies, in addition to an Associates degree in Intelligence Communications and Technology. Through her superior initiative and leadership, technical skill, and contribution to mission support, she was recognized with the David Westbrook Award as outstanding Reserve paralegal in 2020 for the entire Air Force, and in 2021 for the Pacific Air Force Command. This award recognizes the most outstanding Air Reserve Component paralegal of the year.
Stephanie enjoys traveling, cooking, and hiking. She has travelled through 24 countries to enjoy their beauty and cultures. She lives in Anchorage with her husband, Aaron, who is also a member of the Air Force, and their 13-year-old daughter.
Stephanie deeply understands the concepts of service, integrity, and excellence, and is dedicated to assisting clients during their time of need with utmost care and commitment.