Stephanie Werren Vice President & Director of Leadership Stark County

Stephanie Werren has been a key member of the Leadership Stark County team since 2005, where she currently serves as the Vice President of Development and Leadership Programs. With over 15 years of experience in the department, she has held several roles, including Development Director and Assistant Director, before being promoted to Director in 2015.

Alongside her leadership duties, Stephanie is a certified Gallup Strengths Coach and conducts training and facilitation for individuals and groups on Strengths Finder. She is dedicated to helping individuals and organizations discover and leverage their unique strengths. Her engaging coaching style has helped countless clients increase engagement, build stronger relationships, and enhance their overall performance.  She has worked with diverse clients, from Fortune 500 companies to solopreneurs and frequently speaks on strengths-based leadership and employee engagement.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science/International Studies from Miami University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Malone College. She was named the Malone University Graduate School Alumna of the Year in 2009 and is a ystark! Twenty under 40! recipient. She is actively involved in the community and currently serves on North Canton City Council as vice-chair, the Stark Housing Network Advisory Board, and a NEOHIO Western Reserve Board member.

She and her husband, Judge Curt Werren, reside in Canton and are exceptionally proud of their 24-year-old triplets. Grace is serving as a logistics officer in the Marines, Hannah is a consultant for Mercer in Los Angeles, and Jack is a business analyst working with Kalypso, a division of Rockwell International.

Rose Mogus Program Manager

Rose Mogus is the new Program Manager with Leadership Stark County. She has her bachelor’s degree in education from Kent State University as well as her MBA from Walsh University. Rose was a special education teacher and administrator for 7 ½ years before she became a grant coordinator at Walsh University. She has been married to her husband for 10 years and has 3 children and 2 dogs.