Stephanie Francom

People watcher, hopeful pianist and lover of chocolate, Stephanie Francom is an aspiring hiker, mother of seven, and grandmother of the cutest Littles on the planet. Her passion for motherhood and womanhood germinated near the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, where she grew up, accompanied her at Brigham Young University, where she met her husband, and blossomed while she earned her master’s degree at George Wythe University, where she minored in womanhood.


Intrigued by the influence of women on society, she founded Art of Womanhood, an organization committed to defending and strengthening the family. After serving as President of Art of Womanhood for three years, she stepped down to focus on her family. She spent the next seven years in leadership in her church working with women and teenage girls.

After she and her family walked a difficult path with mental disorders, she helped hundreds of people who have struggled with anxiety and depression to feed their brains and get their lives back. During this same time she had a lot of her own healing to do. She immersed herself in principles that helped her to let go of limiting beliefs and led her to create the life that she most desires. Stephanie learned these principles by going through the Rare Faith programs by Leslie Householder. She graduated with honors from the Mindset Mastery program, became a Rare Faith Mentor, and is a facilitator for Genius Boot Camps. This ultimately led her to her life’s purpose.


She is the author of From the Embers: 5 Steps to Rise to Your Full Potential and a co-author of Collective Brilliance: Spark Ideas, Build Faith, and See Your Ministry in a Whole New Light. She thrives on coaching individuals to improve their lives with proper thinking, she trains organizations in these principles, and she writes for her blog, Just Walking Each Other Home, to support others along the journey called Life. Stephanie’s interests are not limited to defending womanhood and the family. There’s always a fresh stack of books on her nightstand and a pen in her hand.

She loves playing games with the family that don’t involve strategy, relishes the detective work of genealogy, avoids cooking when she can, and gets her best inspiration on the treadmill. Stephanie’s mission is to inspire others to live on purpose.


Stephanie enjoys speaking in both small and large groups. She has spoken from stages in the corporate world, at the front of the room in smaller business settings, as the keynote speaker at non-profit-sponsored events, at various conferences, as well as at many religious venues. 

If you are interested in having Stephanie speak at your event, contact her.



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