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Anthony C. Stevenson, Ed. D.

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Ardmore and Haverford - Ward 4

57 Holland Avenue
Ardmore, PA 19003
Office: 610-645-6145

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  • Chair, Economic Revitalization Committee
  • Co-Vice Chair, Grants and Community Development Committee
  • Co-Vice Chair, Intergovernmental Relations Committee
  • Co-Vice Chair, Public Works Committee
  • Chair, Ad Hoc Affordable Housing Committee
  • Member, Ad Hoc Pools Committee
Commissioner, Anthony C. Stevenson, Ward 4
Term Expires January 2022


One who has dedicated his life to education and service, Anthony C Stevenson brings over 25 years of experience in Public education community service.  He is currently the principal of Radnor Elementary School in Wayne, PA.   He is also an adjunct professor of cultural geography at Rowan University and an adjunct professor of Education Leadership at Temple University and Villanova University.   Stevenson’s research interests include issues related to leadership, diversity, and equity in public education.

Aside from his role as an educator, Mr. Stevenson is very active in various social action projects.  He has served on several community and educational boards that include, Teachers For A Better Belize, Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School, Greener Partners and the World Walk Foundation.  In 2017, Mr. Stevenson was elected to serve on the Board of Commissioners for the Lower Merion (PA) Township.

Mr. Stevenson is a graduate of South Carolina State University (B.A. History), Indiana University of Pennsylvania (M.S. Geography and Regional Planning), Lutheran Theological Seminary of Philadelphia (M. Divinity), Temple University (Masters Equivalency in Education Administration) and The University of Pennsylvania (M. Ed and Ed. D.), where his dissertation  research focused on the impact of poverty and social capital in education.

A native of Marion, South Carolina, Mr. Stevenson currently resides in Ardmore, PA.