Stephanie has worked with health and wellness consumer-focused brands like Tranquility Labs, Newport Natural Health, MyNestWell, and Baby Botanica, on both content and marketing strategies, including monthly health and wellness blog posts, customer retention and appreciation, and live events honoring the community.
Stephanie has over a decade of research and writing, covering topics such as retirement planning, creating a safe and healthy workplace, technology for driving remote business, mortgage rates and financing, home-buying tactics, dental health and wellness, and creating a successful business through planning. She has written for Huffington Post, Investopedia, Business Insider, Apartment Therapy, and Celebrity Cruises.
She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in International Trade & Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She continues to further her education with specialized marketing courses with Hubspot and the annual ASJA writers conference.
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