Stephanie Ebbert

Stephanie Ebbert has been a Boston Globe reporter since 1997, covering local news and state politics and documenting some of the most closely watched campaigns in the country, including those of US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, she shifted her focus to gender issues, documenting women’s political engagement and tracking their status in society, in politics, and in the workplace. A native of Shillington, Pennsylvania, Stephanie graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in English/Journalism. She previously worked for the Reading Eagle-Times, the Harrisburg Patriot-News, and Prevention magazine.

Latest stories

Deval Patrick’s intervention over ex-brother-in-law brings renewed criticism

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The former governor late in his tenure made a controversial move — endorsing a decision that a man convicted of “spousal rape” did not have to register as a sex offender in Massachusetts. The legal dispute continues to this day.

Hyde Park span will recognize two overlooked female historical figures

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Renaming a bridge for Angelina and Sarah Grimké, sisters who fought for abolition and women’s suffrage, is part of the city’s effort to rewrite its own narrative, to make it more inclusive.

‘Ducklings’ artist turns her attention to #MeToo movement

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Now at 91 years old, Nancy Schön has discovered she has something much more heated to say. Her latest work is a #MeToo-themed sculpture that aims to solidify and memorialize the worldwide movement of women sharing their long-suppressed stories of sexual abuse and harassment.

Women & Power

Massachusetts isn’t always as progressive as it seems. Our female leaders are fighting to change that

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Elizabeth Warren, Ayanna Pressley, and Katherine Clark talk about what’s on their agenda next.