ABOUT STEPHANIE WALTERS
Get to know Steph
- Her greatest accomplishment and inspiration from her daughter
- Started her own media production company called The Redelynn Group
- Passionate vegan advocate promoting plant-based living and lifestyle
- 2021 inductee into Hampton University’s 40 Under 40
- Always eager to explore new destinations and cultures wherever it may take her
- Known for her creativity, sensitivity, and compassion, which are qualities that are reflected in her work
As a graduate of the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at Hampton University, TV Host and Producer Stephanie (Steph) Walters has edified her skills in journalism, storytelling, and production through education and experience.
From moderating empowerment and lifestyle panels and hosting at music festivals and conferences, to covering fashion week shows and reporting on live red carpets, Stephanie is a dynamic talent who brings out the depth and intriguing personality in those she interviews.
Following college, Stephanie became the co-host of ‘The View From Hampton U’ and created her own lifestyle TV show, Montage, airing on several public access stations around the country including Atlanta (GA), Washington, D.C., Manhattan (NY), and Fresno (CA).
Stephanie frequently hosts fashion, beauty, empowerment and food lifestyle TV segments on her local NBC, FOX, and CBS affiliates and produces media segments for local and national companies through her media production company, The Redelynn Group. Stephanie is the creator and host of Before Brunch, a television show with a mission of women ‘Pouring Into Each Other, Then Their Glasses.’ Believing that we are all connected in some way, Steph has purposed Before Brunch as a space for women to not feel like they’re alone in their thinking, current state of life, or their past experiences, engaging guests in thought-provoking conversations that we typically have behind closed doors.
Along with her media career, Stephanie is also the Director of Engagement & Communications for YELLOW, a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded by musician, producer, and philanthropist Pharrell Williams whose mission is to EVEN THE ODDS through education. In her role at YELLOW, Stephanie is responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships between community and civic organizations; developing and implementing special projects at the local and national level; and curating YELLOW’s digital footprint and internal and external press, currently hosting their IG Live series Bright Sparks.
Stephanie was the More Than The Music conversations host for Pharrell’s inaugural Something In The Water Festival (SITW) in Virginia Beach, VA; host of the It Takes a Community conversations in Washington D.C. at the 2nd annual SITW; a host, moderator, and Voice of God for the Mighty Dream Forum; and a 2021 panel host for the National Urban League’s Annual Conference.
Stephanie has a passion for making people’s stories come to life from beginning to end, allowing creativity to flow seamlessly to ensure a successful project outcome. Stephanie is a 2021 inductee into Hampton University’s 40 Under 40; a member of Norfolk State University’s School of Education Advisory Board; and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., National Association of Black Journalists, and GirlFriends, Inc.
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