Stephanie Gebhardt Murray
Stephanie Gebhardt-Murray, M.A., is a leading curriculum writer, workshop facilitator, and evaluator in the educational field.
During her career, she has conducted workshops for thousands of early childhood educators, directors, and parents both nationally and internationally. She has collaborated with over thirty nonprofit educational partners including schools, libraries, museums, government agencies, and community organizations.
As the former Senior Producer at WNET, NY Public Media, she managed national engagement efforts for PBS KIDS properties Thomas & Friends, Bob the Builder, Oh Noah!, and Cyberchase which included grant management, supervising station implementation, and evaluation. Prior to her role at WNET, she was the Manager of School Programs at the Newark Museum serving over 100,000 annually.
Ms. Gebhardt-Murray has designed standards-based learning experiences for students from early learning through college. She has authored material for PBS Parents and PBS LearningMedia. These include digital media integrated lessons, augmented reality lessons, STEM/coding lessons, and early learning activities. She has designed programming for museums for preschool to high school students.
She is a certified teacher in New Jersey, and served as a Committee Chair for the NYC Early Learning Network. She holds her Master’s Degree from Seton Hall University, where she currently adjuncts in the College of Education. She is also a mom of two creative and funny young daughters.