Stefanie Potter is a folk/soul singer-songwriter who writes story-filled songs to inspire hope and compassion, often in the realm of social justice. She is also a licensed social worker, who wanted to take her writing to the next level: from inspiration through music to equipping through a book. In Surviving Service: Effective Response to God’s Call for Justice, she prepares the average person to respond to the needs he/she encounters, not only with passion, but with effectiveness. She started writing the book over a year and a half ago, and is thrilled to finally release it to the public. The book will go with her to her concerts, so as people are inspired to act, they can also be equipped. She also provides information on some local non-profits people can support, so they are moved into action in practical ways.
Stefanie has over a decade of experience as a singer-songwriter, playing venues in NY, TX, and SC. Since moving to Charleston last year, she’s played many community venues, including being chosen out of 2100 applicants to perform at the 2015 Cooper River Bridge Run and opening for nationally renowned comedian Chonda Pierce. Above all, her goal is to continue to serve her new home community with music that inspires as much as it entertains.
Her book, CD, and a free music demo is available online at: www.stefaniepotter.com.