City of Phoenix - City Council District 3
Councilwoman Debra Stark's Office
200 W. Washington St., 11th Floor
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
TTY: 602-495-5810 Fax: 602-534-4190
Stephanie Lieb - Chief of Staff
Stephanie is chief of staff in the office of Phoenix District 3 Councilwoman Debra Stark. She enjoys working with residents and business owners on a wide variety of community issues ranging from a home that has overgrown weeds to a proposal for a new restaurant. Stephanie's main focus in her role is building and strengthening relationships with District 3 neighborhood and business leaders. She serves as the lead in the office for these individuals when they need assistance.
While finishing up her undergraduate degree in human communication at Arizona State University, Stephanie began working for Phoenix Council District 6. After a few years at the city she left to work in event planning and public relations. Stephanie was thrilled to return to Phoenix City Hall in July 2016 to work for Councilwoman Stark. She has a passion for helping residents and business owners to keep Phoenix a safe, clean and vibrant city.
Stephanie has served as a dog adoptions volunteer at Arizona Humane Society's Sunnyslope location, a board member of Artlink Phoenix, a member of Phoenix Community Alliance's Arts, Culture and Public Life Committee, a volunteer of the Avon Program for Women and Justice at O'Connor House, a volunteer of UMOM's ReadToMe program and is a member of Arizona State University's alumni association. She is a Phoenix native and a resident who lives in north central Phoenix on the edge of District 3. Stephanie especially enjoys the history of her neighborhood and the surrounding area. She is an animal lover who has two rescue dogs and one rescue cat. In her free time Stephanie loves to check out new restaurants, vintage stores, art exhibitions and Phoenix Suns games.
Kory Kisling - Council Aide
Rose Ferguson - Council Administrative Assistant
Rose attended high school in Manchester, England, and studied the Dutch language in Amsterdam, Holland, earning the equivalent of a Bachelor's Degree. She worked for a bank as a legal translator in Amsterdam before moving to the United States 28 years ago. She retired from the city of Phoenix after 23 years, working in many departments and for both Mayor Skip Rimsza and Councilman Tom Simplot. She has returned to work with District 3 and do what she enjoys the most – working with constituents.
Rose has volunteerd with the Boy Scouts of America for 17 years and is currently an Assistant Scout Master. Rose's proudest moments include watching her two boys graduate college this year; one from Northwestern Law School and the other from the University of Arizona.