Upcoming Just Steph Events

October 1st, 2017 Just Steph will be working with JZ Social Enterprises in Boston MA, showcasing and interviewing their amazing vendors/guests and MORE! Find more information here.

October 2nd, 2017 Steph will Emcee during Boston’s First Annual Rare Disease Film Festival. The Rare Disease Film Festival is a new event show casing films from around the world which address the challenges of life with a rare disease. It will be held Oct 2-3, 2017 in Boston MA. Most of the films are documentaries less than 15 min.  

October 21, 2017 Steph will speaking at the “I AM WOMAN” Personal Development Conference in Boston. She will be leading the Education Session: Breaking Free for Your Next Act. For more information and to buy tickets click here.

April 12, 2018 Regis College at 12:30 pm.  More details to follow.

About Steph

Steph Palermo is an author, radio talk show host and motivational speaker working out of Atlanta and Boston. Steph was born with a rare disorder, Poland Syndrome. She spent many years hiding behind her difference. Knowing there was so much more for her, Steph sought help in therapy, with a nutritionist and boxing trainer. After recognizing her own worth and potential, Steph decided to use her experiences to share her message. She has realized that everybody has two lives, and the second one begins when you acknowledge you only have one. Steph’s passion is to share what it truly means to embrace life and live it to the fullest irrespective of life’s obstacles.

Steph anticipates becoming the very first television talk show host with a limb difference. She supports vast philanthropic endeavors with the message to educate and motivate her audiences to accept themselves and others despite our differences, seen or unseen. Steph promotes treating everybody with dignity and respect.

Steph Palermo
Media & Bookings
Contact: Steph
steph@juststeph.com
Locations: Atlanta and Boston

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Contact Steph or call 678.777.5859

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