Stephanie is a first year medical student at the University of Washington in Seattle. In 2015, she graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Washington and Lee University with a BS in Biology and minors in French and in Poverty Studies. In 2011, she graduated as valedictorian of a high school class of 450 students.
In college, she was captain of the varsity equestrian team, Recruitment Chair of Chi Omega sorority, and Biology Chair of Women in Technology and Science. She also completed a public health internship in Uganda in the summer of 2013 and studied French literature and art history abroad in Paris in 2014.
Between graduating and matriculating at medical school, Stephanie studied HIV in women at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. As a physician, she hopes to work in academic medicine focusing on women's health in under-served areas.
Stephanie has worked as a private tutor for eight years, helping over 60 students (more than 400 hours of experience) with ACT/SAT preparation and college applications. While she is experienced with all aspects of the college application process, her favorite part is helping students express their stories and develop their voices in the college application essay.
Stephanie enjoys helping students apply to and get into the best fit school for them and their families. Stephanie has guided students to be accepted to the following schools, all of which were students' top choices: