Meet the Editor-in-Chief
Stephanie Kidd is the Editor-in-Chief of the Mesothelioma Justice Network and works tirelessly for the vulnerable and underrepresented.
Throughout her life, Stephanie carved out a path as both a high performer and an advocate of those less fortunate.
Helping Others at an Early Age
As a child, she and her mother would help feed the homeless at their church, and she continued to do so through high school (where she was the salutatorian of her class with a 4.6 GPA). She interned with a local law firm while in high school.
After high school, Stephanie attended Stetson University in Deland, FL, where she maintained excellent grades and graduated from the school’s Honors Program with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization of marketing.
At Stetson, Stephanie’s academic achievements went hand in hand with her passion for serving innocent victims of abuse. As the Vice President of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, she actively advocated for domestic abuse awareness and helped raise money for local women’s shelters.
Serving the Blue Collar Worker
Before joining the Mesothelioma Justice Network, Stephanie worked as a copywriter for an agency whose focus was communicating safety procedures on construction work sites. With her extensive background in victim advocacy and a dedication to seeing justice done, Stephanie works hard to ensure that all online content is reliable, truthful and helpful.
Outside of her passion for helping people, Stephanie is proud to help veterans connect with the resources they need. Stephanie has both close friends and family who have served with pride.
“Since a lot of mesothelioma diagnoses — over 30% — are veterans, their work was a selfless sacrifice, and they really deserve restitution for what they’re facing now with mesothelioma,” Stephanie said.
Connecting Mesothelioma Victims to the Help They Need
Today, Stephanie is proud to follow her passion and help those suffering from mesothelioma get medical, legal and financial assistance.