2017-08-10 / Top News

CCSO’s Spell honored as a Legacy Lady

SPELL SPELL Chief Stephanie Spell, a 30-year veteran of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, has been named the sixth and final Ooh La La Legacy Lady for the 2017 season. As a member of the CCSO executive command staff, Chief Spell provides leadership for several law enforcement bureaus, including public information, media relations, crime prevention and analysis and senior services to name a few. Currently she is working on growing community engagement and partnerships between local law enforcement professionals and the community.

“This has been so much more than a career for me,” she says. “I would be honored to have my commitment to service be the legacy that I leave in the Southwest Florida community.”

A graduate of the Leadership Institute and Leadership Collier, Chief Spell serves as president of the board for Youth Haven and is outgoing chair for Collier Child Care Resources. She is also involved with United Way, the Florida Bar Grievance Committee and the Leadership Collier Foundation.

Ooh La La Jewels du Jour co-owners Amy Turner and Tammy Turner Kipp created the Ooh La La Legacy Lady program as a way to celebrate local women who leave a lasting legacy in the community. ¦

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