Stephanie brings nine years of experience in strategic research consulting, project management, and economic development. Most recently, she worked as an international consultant, advising clients such as TechnoServe on project strategy and evaluation related to agricultural development, livelihoods, and international trade. Prior to this, Stephanie was part of Euromonitor International’s Consulting Group, where she specialized in analyzing value chains and market systems in developing countries, particularly related to agribusiness. Stephanie also brings experience from past positions and projects with Management Sciences for Health, DAI, the World Bank, Olam Specialty Coffee, and Faire Collection.
Stephanie holds a Master of Arts in International Affairs (MALD) from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, where she focused on International Business and on Democracy and Human Rights. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Wellesley College.
Stephanie enjoys working across sectors to build markets that advance inclusive socioeconomic development. She has participated actively in Net Impact’s Advisory Board as well as in Net Impact chapter leadership. She grew up in Latin America, which is where she developed a passion for the global coffee sector.