Stephanie received her MPH degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Stephanie was placed in Madison at the Wisconsin Division of Public Health and at Public Health Madison & Dane County. During her Fellowship, she primarily worked on projects focused on the social determinants of health, infant mortality,a nd sexual and reproductive health. Stephanie led a comprehensive county-wide assessment of sexual and reproductive health in Dance County, including an as assessment of the rates of STIs, HIV/AIDS, teen births, sexual violence, and unintended births. She also co-managed a statewide maternal and child health initiative to improve equity in birth outcomes for African American families in Wisconsin and conducted a participatory program evaluation of a nurse home visiting program serving expecting mothers. She collaborated with community-based partners to build statewide capacity for criminal justice system reform and to raise awareness and uptake of tax credits available to low-income families. Preceptors: Patrice Onheiber and Mary Michaud
Post Fellowship: Stephanie is serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru. She is a Public Health Educator on maternal and child health and sexual and reproductive health.