Stephanie has spent her career focused on digital innovation in healthcare, working to move the industry forward through venture capital investing, entrepreneurship, World Bank-funded research in rural India, and systems innovation at Duke University Medical Center.
Stephanie has been named one of Forbes 30 under 30 in healthcare, 2019. A graduate of Highest Distinction from Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy, Stephanie previously consulted in Washington, D.C. on emerging programs for Medicaid beneficiaries during the passage of the Affordable Care Act, among other projects.
Prior to several years investing in healthcare services and technology out of a $1.5 billion venture capital fund, Stephanie worked in investment banking in San Francisco and New York. She has held strategy, operating, and/or Board roles with leading startups in outpatient opioid addiction treatment, mobile oncology, dermatology, and palliative care management.
Education & Training
- Duke University; Public Policy