Meet Stephanie Justice.

Stephanie knows the challenges working families in North Carolina face because she is facing them alongside you.

Stephanie Justice is an educator, proud single mother of three, and an advocate for working people in our community.

Born in Hendersonville, Stephanie was raised around public service. Her father was a fireman and her mother made ends meet working weekends. As a single mother and elementary school teacher, she understands the demands made of working parents from personal experience.

Stephanie lives in Columbus with her three beautiful children, aged 9, 6, and 3.

Stephanie was born in Hendersonville and graduated from East Henderson High School before pursuing her a degree in music education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Stephanie is a proud first-generation college graduate.

Stephanie is a proud arts educator and serves on the board of directors for the Tryon Arts and Crafts School, a local nonprofit providing access to the arts to students in need. Her experience as an educator also informed her efforts as a community advocate on the Livability Committee of the Tryon Downtown Development Association where she fought for her community to be a better place to live and work.

While working as an elementary school educator and fighting for her community, Stephanie is also a mom to three amazing children, all under the age of 10. Her experience as a working single mom drives her to keep pushing for working families, and to take on politicians who don’t know what it’s like for hard-working North Carolinians.