She earns her BA in Political Psychology and on the Dean’s List.
“When Murmur finally closed, I decided that if I was to build another tech product, I’d want to build the MVP myself, and have a better understanding of the programming process in general. And if I were to find another job in tech, knowing how to program would be important. So I applied to Hackbright!”
“When I got into Hackbright, I was stoked. I couldn’t stop smiling!”
Stephanie and a few Hackbright classmates built ChiCa, a program that enables mothers in the developing world to create trusted childcare networks. The program won Uber’s Global Impact & Scalability Award and the team was featured in Elle.com
Begins work as a software engineer for Earnest, a revolutionary lending company that offers merit-based loans.
“I chose Earnest because I believed in its mission to democratize access to capital – that FICO is not always the most accurate or fair measure of an applicant’s fiscal responsibility. And I chose it for the kick-ass, kind and passionate people who work here! The organization’s value on fostering a diverse and inclusive environment was very important to me too.”