Beside leading London Team, she is a coach and mentor to the ATA club members.
Stephanie started taekwondo at the age of 6 following her father’s footsteps. She has been doing taekwondo for nearly two decades competing in the heavyweight female division from cadet through to the senior level.
Stephanie first represented Great Britain at the age of 15, at the Junior European championships and then became an elite athlete for GB Taekwondo at the age of 18 where she was representing the country full time.
Taekwondo has moulded Stephanie into the person that she is today and she owes everything to the sport. It has taught her key qualities such as discipline, respect, determination and many more.
Stephanie graduated from Loughborough University with a major in applied sport science. She is leading London team, as well as coaching and mentoring the ATA club members.
Stephanie was member of the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust in 2016 and was involved in the Newham Get on Track programme in 2017.
Stephanie is really passionate about being a mentor to athletes and takes great pride in helping young people. She does her very best to always inspire the young people she works with and encourages them to always strive for the best.
As a Safeguarding Officer, Stephanie ensures welfare of the underaged Club members.
5x British champion
2014 Commonwealth - Bronze medallist (Senior)
2013 Grand Prix (top 32)
2012 Serbian Open – Bronze medallist (Senior)
2009/2010 British Open – Silver medallist (Senior)
2009 Swedish Open – Gold (Junior)
2006/2007 Dutch open - Silver/ Bronze medallist (Junior)
Junior European Championships Quarter Finals
Senior European Championship Quarter Finals