Stephanie started modeling distributed networked processes in health care and patient safety in 2004. She always has worked to improve outcomes for those experiencing barriers to work and access to services. Stephanie is dedicated to providing market solutions that provide more economic autonomy, reduce the costs of market participation, increase efficiency, and improve quality of life. She believes Geeq’s blockchains address asymmetric information problems that were previously intractable and will provide more equitably distributed gains: truly, a technology to power a new era of economic growth.
Stephanie is a graduate of Princeton University (A.B.) and the University of Rochester (M.A., M.S., Ph.D).