CCNH’s Stephanie Lesperance Named a National Campus Compact Fellow
Stephanie Lesperance, Campus Compact for New Hampshire’s Chief Strategy Officer, has been named a national Campus Compact fellow for 2022–2023. As the Rural Engagement Network Fellow, Lesperance will work to build a robust agenda of programming and resources specifically for our rural-serving institutions.
The inaugural 2022-2023 cohort of Campus Compact Fellows is composed of experienced practitioners and field leaders from across the country. These leaders will advance Campus Compact’s work in key areas: community colleges, national service, faculty development, dialogue and deliberation, student-led engagement, rural-serving institutions, anti-racist community engagement, and strategic visioning. Each fellowship is individually structured and designed around the fellow’s strengths and experience.
The scope of work for each fellow falls within three thematic areas:
- Facilitation, research, and design for Campus Compact affinity groups.
- New strategic partnerships with national policy groups and funders.
- Deep dives into programming to build tools, publications, and resources that advance member capacity for civic and community engagement work.
“We are so excited to welcome these experienced and passionate leaders onto the Compact team,” said Campus Compact President Bobbie Laur. “Their appointments reflect our commitment to elevating and centering member expertise across everything we do. These fellows will play critical roles as Compact moves forward a robust agenda of programming, research, strategic partnerships, policy initiatives, and learning communities.”