Stephanie loves to write and enjoys using her arts background to share science in creative ways. She has written science articles and blog posts for a variety of different audiences and age ranges, including writing as a STEM travel blogger for elementary and middle-school students through Reach the World and as the Frontiers in Biology reporter for Wake Forest University's Old Gold & Black newspaper. 

Stephanie wrote and produced a series of podcasts on natural communities and other features of national parks for the National Park Service as part of NatureServe's Explore Natural Communities program, and she is currently working on a similar series of podcasts based around her current work in Atlanta, the first of which was created as part of ComSciCon-ATL 2023. 

A group of graduate students wearing blue ComSciCon-ATL t-shirts make funny faces at the camera.
Stephanie, a white woman with dark hair and over-ear headphones, smiles as she speaks into a microphone in front of a computer screen with sound waves.

Stephanie also represented the Georgia Tech College of Sciences in campaign videos for Transforming Tomorrow: The Campaign for Georgia Tech

Her community outreach includes work with Science ATL and volunteering as a Role Model for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation's Fashion Funds the Cure

Two adult women and a 9-year old girl in snorkel gear, and a person in a shark costume walk on a runway with another woman in the background.
Stephanie, a white woman with brown hair and a multicolored shirt, crouches to speak with two young girls. The girl on the left has long brown hair. The girl on the right has short hair and a pink headband.
Stephanie, a woman wearing a lifejacket, hat, and swim clothes, stands in the river as she speaks to a mixed group in red and yellow kayaks.