Stephanie holds a Master of Public Health with a specialization in Health Promotion from the University of Toronto. Her academic and applied work has concentrated on the social determinants of health and health equity, with an emphasis on child and youth well-being. In the past, Stephanie has held positions with Toronto Public Health and London InterCommunity Health Centre where she engaged in research, policy and program development. She also has several years of experience working for the City of Oshawa to coordinate and manage inclusion and integration services for children with disabilities. At the Wellesley Institute Stephanie continues to work towards improving the health and well-being of marginalized children and youth through her role as a Research Assistant on the Supports for Success research team.