Stephanie is interested in corporate strategy, sustainable product innovation, and organizational change. She passionate about the ability of the private sector to innovate and leverage technology to meet future energy and resource demands. This past summer she interned at Dell in their Cloud Computing business analyzing their global supply chain to develop a procurement and logistics pricing model. Prior to returning to graduate school Stephanie was an energy policy analyst at Sierra Club’s Legislative Headquarters where she worked on developing renewable energy funding mechanisms and sustainability plans for local governments as well as developing green building best practices with USGBC. Before her stint on Capitol Hill, she was a consultant in Washington, D.C. where she played a lead role in launching a new practice group with an expertise in corporate greenhouse gas inventories and developing non-profit, public, and private sector partnerships to implement corporate sustainability strategies.
tephanie graduated from Kenyon College with a double major in Political Science and Spanish Literature. Her interest in sustainability was first peaked when she was studying political economy in Chile and saw first-hand the challenges of resource management in developing democracies. Originally from the Wisconsin, she loves a good snowfall so she can downhill and cross-country ski or have an excuse to buy a plane ticket to the beach.