Environment, renewable energy, sustainable development
Non-governmental organizations, politics, campaign financing, criminal justice reform
While completing her law degree, Stephanie clerked for multiple organizations. Throughout that time, she wrote research reports, press releases, blog articles, op-eds, and letters to the editor.
In addition, Stephanie's article "Requiring the Use of Tracers in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid to Trace Alleged Contamination" was published in the Sustainable Development Law & Policy Brief.
As part of the Joint JD/MA program, Stephanie is finishing up her Master's Degree in International Affairs with a concentration in Global Environmental Policy. During her studies, she has completed multiple research papers on food waste in America, global water crises, and sustainable agriculture.
Significant experience writing and editing for a law journal at American University Washington College of Law. While unpaid, Stephanie's article, "Requiring the Use of Tracers in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid to Trace Alleged Contamination" was also chosen by the Sustainable Development Law & Policy brief to be published in its Summer publication that is dispersed to hundreds of countries.
Stephanie has written about federal, state, and local policy and politics for a number of years. She has experience writing authoritatively, casually, persuasively, and objectively.
Stephanie has written a number of articles for journals, policy briefs, and academic and professional blogs.
Stephanie has written multiple blog posts for her law school, professional career, and personal life.
Throughout her studies and professional career, Stephanie has written a number of research reports, white paper reports, and fact sheets.