Stephanie is a 2L from Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and is pursuing a JD/MBE dual degree. She graduated with a BA in History from Arcadia University in 2019. While at Arcadia, she became fascinated with medical ethics, and enjoys continuing to explore that topic and its intersection with the law while at Penn.
Prior to law school, she interned with a Member of Parliament in London, then worked in sales and as a waitress. She is interested in litigation and health and regulatory law. Also an advocate for animal rights, she has a small Maltese dog named Cookie and is always happy to show off many pictures of her.
At Penn Law, she is the Internal Vice President of APALSA, Co-Director of Membership for FGP, Associate Editor for JCL, and is a member of Vis Moot Court. As both a first-generation law student, women of color, and E&I Fellow, she is passionate about diversity in the legal field, and would love to give advice, be someone to talk to, or just offer an ear to listen for law students of similar backgrounds.
After law school, she will be working at a firm in Philadelphia. Outside of law school, she can be found cooking, baking, or reading Victorian Gothic novels. She also is a huge fan of trying new restaurants and is currently on the hunt to find the best shrimp tacos in Philadelphia.