Stephanie serves as VOICES Project Director which has overseen and implemented a variety of programs, including VOICES outreach efforts for the CDC’s World Trade Center Health Program for over five years for the survivor and responder community. Ms Landau continues to assist the 9/11 community in helping them to enroll in for medical and mental health services that are available for those who qualify, including a variety of compensation programs. As part of this work, Stephanie coordinates collaborative efforts with World Trade Center Health Program partners, Clinical Centers of Excellence and other impacted organizations such as the FBI.
Ms. Landau is also responsible for planning several of VOICES annual events, including VOICES Annual Information Forum, Resiliency Symposium, and additional special educational events. Many are in support of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum including community nights, speical exhibit openings and anniversary services. She serves as VOICES representative at external events and forums, coordinating partnerships with nonprofits, various service providers, and community stakeholders. On several occasisons Stephanie has co presented with Voices Founder and Director,Mary Fetchet in providing 1 and 2 hour summary overviews of the “Preparing for After” trainings.
Over the past 12 years, Stephanie has provided thousands of hours of case management services to assist 9/11 families, survivors, and responders in accessing resources and support services. As project manager for the 9/11 Living Memorial Project, Stephanie scheduled and conducted hundreds of workshops in communities throughout the tri-state area and Washington, D.C. Her team met with over 1,600 families to create tributes to their loved ones in the 9/11 Living Memorial Project. In addition to meeting with victims’ family members she implemented the program to collect survivor and responder stories and other firsthand accounts as well as compiling data for over 1,000 memorials.
Ms. Landau’s responsibilities have also include the management of the high school and college Internship Program and the Volunteer Program.