Stephanie is an expert in sustainability and communications, dedicated to evolving business around the world by improving economic, environmental and social performance. She is a firm believer that better negotiations can help create a more prosperous world.
Previously, Stephanie was Principal Manager of Alcoa Foundation, developing their global signature programming in environmental and social sustainability. Prior to that, she was the Global Manager, Corporate Citizenship for Tyco International, a $40 billion conglomerate, where she created their strategic framework for global community investment.
Stephanie is a co-founder of the Kellogg Innovation Network at the Kellogg School of Management, a network of global innovators from corporations, government, military, nonprofits and the arts. She has spoken at Kellogg, Harvard, TEDxLeh (Ladakh) and the Net Impact National Conference. She was a judge for the 2015 Genesis Prize and the 2016 Macarthur Foundation’s 100 & Change Award. She has co-authored social impact case studies for Kellogg and has written for the Stanford Social Innovation Review and Ensia.
She’s proud to have served as a sustainability expert on two expeditions to Antarctica and one solar mission to the Himalayas with Sir Robert Swan, famous polar explorer. Stephanie has a BA from Northwestern University and graduated from the Global Advanced Management program at the Kellogg School of Management.