Stefani currently serves as President and Majority Owner of the Rockford Foresters, which owns a team in the Midwest Collegiate League. As the majority owners of the Rockford Foresters, Stefani becomes the youngest majority owner of a sports team in the United States. Under Stefani's leadership, the Foresters clinched the Northern Division Title in the Midwest Collegiate League (2010) as well as winning the World Series in the Midwest Collegiate League (2010). In 2011, the team finished as the co-runner up for the Midwest Collegiate League title. Stefani's promotional ideas have been featured locally as well nationally through dozens of newspapers, television stations, radio stations as well as national sources such as Deadspin.com Before founding the Rockford Foresters, Stefani worked for the Chicago Shamrox Indoor Lacrosse Team of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) where he was the Director of Public Relations and Marketing. Stefani was in charge of marketing, advertising, community relations, public relations and corporate sponsorship. While with the Shamrox since the Inaugural Season in 2007, the team drew impressive attendance figures at the Sears Centre Arena, which included a two-year average of 5,495 fans per game (9,500 capacity) and a franchise attendance record for a single game of 8,456 attendees. During the 2007 season, the team broadcasted their games on Comcast SportsNet as well as their 2007 home opener nationally on Versus. Stefani received his Bachelors of Arts in Public Relations and Communications with an emphasis in Media from Monmouth College in 2004. In 2006 he received his Masters of Science in Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration from Western Illinois University. In the Spring of 2009, Stefani was elected as a Trustee for the Algonquin Area Public Library District after beating an incumbent trustee in all 36 precincts and is the youngest Library Trustee in the State of Illinois.