Stefan Stevenson is a content strategist at Varghese Summersett, where he is responsible for creating engaging and informative content for the firm’s various websites, platforms, and projects. Prior to joining the law firm, Stefan worked as a journalist and editor at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for 25 years, covering sports, concerts, and general news. His beats have included the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, and Texas Christian University football.
Stefan’s extensive experience in the journalism field gives him a unique perspective and skill set that he now brings to Varghese Summersett. Stefan has a deep understanding of what it takes to create content that resonates with an audience, and his ability to distill complex topics into easily-digestible pieces makes him an invaluable asset to the firm.
Stefan was born in Kansas but grew up in Houston, where he attended Cypress Creek High School. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in print journalism. He started working for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram before graduation – and remained at the newspaper for the next two decades.
When he is not working, Stefan enjoys live music, including traveling the country (and sometimes the world) to see his favorite bands, U2 and Pearl Jam. He has seen both bands more than 40 times.
Fun fact: Stefan has three cats named Larry, Betty, and Eddie. Larry is a long-haired orange Maine Coon who was adopted as a feral kitten. Betty is a three-legged tuxedo and was also adopted as a kitten. Eddie, a six-month-old orange tabby, is the newcomer to the house. He was adopted in July 2022.