Introducing Stephanie Campbell
We’re excited to welcome the newest member to the Concept2 team: Stephanie Campbell joined our Marketing Team in August as our new Graphic Designer. Stephanie will be bringing creative ideas to our marketing designs, graphics and layouts, fulfilling the responsibilities left vacant by longtime employee Jan Gearhart, who recently retired. We’re certain Jan will still be quite active despite “retiring”—she still stops by to join us for the occasional CrossFit workout, amongst other activities. We thank her for over 20 years with Concept2!
Stephanie learned about the position from a long-time friend, Customer Service Team Member Josh Carlson. After hearing so many great things about Concept2, she was eager to join the team. While she hasn’t pulled on an oar since her novice year rowing with the University of Vermont, Stephanie brings fresh perspectives and an active background to her new role.
She has an extensive design background having worked as a Graphic Designer for Sharecare, Inc and Backcountry Magazine. At Sharecare, she worked on a team responsible for the design of visual user web interfaces. At Backcountry Magazine, she was responsible for creating and overseeing all design aspects of the magazine and associated collateral.
Stephanie grew up on the Boyden Farm in Cambridge, Vermont, now home to many businesses started by her entrepreneurial family. At any given day on the Boyden Farm, there are winery tours, weddings in the restored barn, and organic beef shipped to local restaurants. Stephanie has designed many of the wine labels, packaging and identity for the Boyden businesses. She has also freelance designed for Vermont Baby, Butternut Mountain Farm, and Vermont Cranberry Company (to name a few).
When Stephanie is not designing, she is pursuing other interests in fine arts, the outdoors and enjoying time with her family. She lives in Cambridge with her husband Teo, and two young children, Ila and Reuben. She is an active member of her community volunteering time on local boards and coaching soccer.