Stephanie Stenberg to Lead Internet2 Community Anchor Program
Internet2 today announced that Stephanie Stenberg, program manager of the Community Anchor Program (CAP), has been promoted to the role of director. Stenberg will continue to report to the vice president for external relations, John S. Morabito.
In this role, Stenberg will work with regional networking partners, community anchor institutions, and Internet2 membership organizations to support mutually beneficial goals of bringing networking, trust and identity services, and advanced applications to community anchor institutions nationwide. She will explore ways to leverage Internet2's national research and education network for the benefit of K-12 schools, public libraries, museums, and other community institutions with public missions.
"Stephanie's experience managing complex projects, as well has her strong presentation and communication skills, will make her an excellent program director," said Morabito. "In collaboration with our regional networking partners, her leadership will help advance efforts to expand networking, trust and identity services, and educational content and applications across the broader research and education ecosystem."
Stenberg joined Internet2 in 2018, where she initiated the CAP’s Regional Network Spotlight profiles of research and education networks, and led the Presidential Primary Sources Project series.
She is currently working on an Institute of Museum and Library Services-funded grant, Measuring Library Broadband Networks, with Simmons University and Measurement Lab.
Prior to joining Internet2, Stenberg worked as a program manager in executive education at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and as an assistant project representative at the University of Michigan Office of Research & Sponsored Projects. Prior to that, she was a staff attorney at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan.
Stenberg holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a law degree from Wayne State University.