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Donna Baldwin is a mid-Missouri native. She has been a part of the Stephens College Admissions team for twenty years. Donna enjoys Mizzou football and basketball, spending time going antiquing, working on home improvement projects, going to concerts and spending time with her friends and family. She dreams of one day living on the beach, however in the meantime you will find her there on vacation!
Territories: Kansas City Metro Area and Western Missouri, Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Nebraska, Montana and Washington.
Katie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Truman State University in 2015. She is currently a student at Stephens in the Masters of Education in Counseling program. When she isn’t busy with work or school, Katie enjoys exploring Columbia’s hiking trails, playing flute in the Columbia Community Band, and trying out local coffee shops downtown. Katie loves sharing with prospective students the fun things to do in Columbia, but most importantly how a Stephens education can truly help them achieve their dreams.
Territories: Southern Missouri, Arizona, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
Madison graduated from Stephens College in 2017 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Development. Her entire family is proudly associated with Stephens: both of Madison’s parents attended Stephens and graduated in 1986, and her younger sister is currently a senior. Madison was the Senior Class President at Stephens and was involved in several other student organizations. Madison loves that she is able to share her own Stephens experiences with perspective students and show them why attending a women’s college is so great.
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