Stephanie is a futurist, artist, serial entrepreneur, and technologist. She is best known as the creator of Vision Architecture®, a navigation methodology used to assess any situation, envision and set goals, plot the course and plan for obstacles, and accomplish objectives.
20 years combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math has honed Vision Architecture® into a toolset that considers, respects, and includes diverse perspectives, agenda, talents, and abilities in individual people and group the from public-, private-, nonprofit-sectors speaking many languages with many challenges and ways to solve them.
She is Alumna from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago who applies systems thinking and years spent studying cities, travel, art, architecture, psychology, science, technology, people, and business and uses combinations of all of the above to address challenges and questions at hand.
Stephanie lives in Oakland, CA and thinks a lot about systems, patterns being reprogrammed for change, and how diversity is as important as the air we breath.
She runs a few businesses and online properties you can see here:
Selected Private Sector Clients
Allergan, Amgen Bio-Rad, Boeing, California State Automobile Association, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Johnson Controls, NetApp, Northrop Grumman, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Roche, Thomson Reuters FindLaw, VMWare
Selected Public Sector Clients
State of Oklahoma, City of LA, City of Oakland, Los Angeles Department of Transportation, Washington State Department of Transportation, California Public Employee Retirement System, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Defense Finance Accounting Service, Oklahoma Department of Education, State of Oklahoma Public Safety, Defense Finance Accounting Service, United State Navy, and the Department of Defense
Selected Pro-Bono, Volunteer & Non-Profit Clients
Women’s Initiative, Women of Color on the Move, Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Initiative, City of Oakland Resilience Program, SmartOakland, STEAM art and storytelling K-12 youth