Stephanie Rohlfs-Young is the Director of Volunteer Programs with the Alzheimer's Association Home Office. She has been with the Alzheimer's Association mission for 23 years beginning her career with the St. Louis (now Greater Missouri) Chapter. As the Vice President of Programs, she oversaw the development and implementation of programs serving 110,000 Missourians affected by memory loss. She & her team of 22 staff and 800+ volunteers received numerous awards and accolades for that work. At the Home Office, she supports the Association's 77 chapter leaders and more than 6,000 volunteers who expand the reach of services nationwide. She's also an active volunteer serving with SAGE and Scouts BSA as a Merit Badge Counselor, Committee Chair and District Pinewood Derby Volunteer Chair for the last 10 years. Stephanie holds a Master’s in Social Work from Washington University. She & her husband live near St. Louis with their two teenage boys where they enjoy outdoor activities, hiking and fishing.