Ebony’s clients benefit from her passion and extensive training as a Certified Living In Place Professional (CLIPP) as well as a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). Stephenson is a problem solver and provides a personalized service working side by side with clients of all ages, abilities, and investment amounts to make their homes safe, accessible, and livable for many years to come.
Ebony has received many national awards and recognition including:
•30 Under 30: National Kitchen and Bath Association
•40 Under 40: Professional Remodeler
•50 Innovators: Kitchen and Bath Design News
Stephenson is an alumna of Virginia Tech, a K+BB Magazine Editorial Advisory Board Member, an Ambassador for the Living In Place Institute, and currently serves as the President of the VA State Chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Ebony and her award-winning designs have been featured in multiple national trade and consumer magazines, webinars, and podcasts.
The NKBA Thirty Under 30 Program is designed to celebrate the future rock stars of kitchen and bath.
Professional Remodeler’s 40 Under 40 recognizes the industry’s next generation of remodeling leaders.
KBDN highlights 50 top innovators whose work, creative talents, business acumen and professionalism are currently leading the way for the industry and elevating the kitchen and bath trade.
The Virginia State chapter of the NKBA encompasses all of Virginia, south of Fredricksburg. Stephenson is the 2020-2021 President.
Stephenson is an Ambassador for the Living In Place Institute where she represents Region 4 for the United States.
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is the world's leading trade association for the kitchen and bath industry providing tools, research, certification, and events to thousands of professionals.
Kitchen & Bath Business Magazine is the official publication of the National Kitchen & Bath Association and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show.
Kitchen & Bath Design News Radio The Voice of Industry Experts: Episode #4
Stephenson is a graduate of Virginia Tech from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies. She currently serves as a board member and student mentor for the Residential Environments and Design Industry.