Stephanie L. Hall

Deputy District Engineer

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District
Published Jan. 8, 2021

Stephanie L. Hall was appointed as the Deputy District Engineer for the Nashville District in November 2020, with responsibility for directing water resource activities of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers throughout the Cumberland River Basin, and navigation and regulatory matters in the Tennessee River Basin, an area of more than 59,000 square miles. The Nashville District has 49 field offices touching seven states and a work force of over 750 federal employees. In this position, Ms. Hall is responsible for the District business management and program delivery; ensuring assigned local, regional, and national programs are executed within budget and on schedule. Stephanie also provides District leadership by establishing and maintaining processes to manage the scope, quality, budget and schedules of all District projects. She manages and directs all programmatic activities, including program and budget development, preparation for Congressional testimony, oversight of program execution and reprogramming actions. Further, she is responsible for all civil works planning functions for the District, including plan formulation, economics and environmental resources.

Over the course of a 25 + year career as an Army Civilian, Stephanie has held positions in several USACE Districts and in US Army Installation Management Command. Early in her USACE career, Ms. Hall worked in Engineering and Construction throughout the Lower Mississippi Valley. Ms. Hall’s other assignments include, Germany in support of EUCOM and AFRICOM; Savannah District in support of Ft. Bragg; Afghanistan in support of the USACE Trans-Atlantic Division; Hurricane protection Office and the New Orleans District for Hurricane Katrina recovery and reconstruction; Kansas City District as Program Manager for the Next National Geospatial Campus West; and just prior to this appointment as the Military Integration Division Chief Northwestern Division. Prior to her Army civilian service, Ms. Hall worked as a financial planner.


Stephanie holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and civil engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla, now Missouri S&T. She is a Certified Project Management Professional, a member of Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) and Project Management Institute Metropolitan St Louis Chapter. She is a member of the Academy of Civil Engineering University Missouri S&T.