Stephanie Silverman received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2004 and holds a master's degree in Teaching Visual Arts (MAT) from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She also holds an Instructional Certification in Art K-12 from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is a National Board Certified Educator (Early-Adolescence Young Adulthood Art).
Stephanie is the recipient of many teaching awards, including the Tage Frid Award for Excellence in Teaching (RISD, 2004), the Diane Taylor Foxman Award for Excellence in Art Education (Department of Art Education, University of the Arts, 2007), Delaware Secondary Art Educator of the Year (Delaware Art Education Association, 2013) and National Eastern Region Art Educator of the Year (NAEA, the National Art Education Association, 2015).
Stephanie currently serves as the Independent School Representative on the Executive Board of the Delaware Art Education Association and is a regular presenter at both national and state-level conferences. An active visual artist, Stephanie has also received awards for her personal work. She currently chairs the award-winning secondary art program at the Tatnall School in Wilmington, Del.