A co-creator of the Geeq validation protocol, Proof of Honesty, Stephanie So is an economist and policy analyst by training. She has always worked to integrate her domain expertise with advances in the technology sector. In 2001, Stephanie was the first to use data mining and machine learning on social science data at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. In 2003, she was the first economist certified to use the national Pediatric Health Information Systems database. Stephanie started modeling distributed networked processes in health care and patient safety in 2004, and she developed a home visit scheduling and notes management system in 2013. She has most recently turned her focus to blockchain.
The common thread throughout Stephanie’s career is her interest in the challenges of people struggling to solve joint optimization problems in the face of physical and/or mental adversity—and how those people might be aided by access to technology. She holds strong convictions that GeeqChain can be used to align incentives for people and organizations of all types, to improve health, well-being and efficiency. This is why she is working tirelessly to ensure GeeqChain will work securely for everyone, under any circumstances.
Stephanie is a graduate of Princeton University (A.B.) and the University of Rochester (M.A., M.S., Ph.D).
Pet peeve: Carbohydrates no longer form the base of the food pyramid.