- Has been a contributor to LBBC since 2021
- Is grateful to use her love of writing to help people and to honor the memory of Sandy Brandt
Stephanie is a contributing writer for LBBC and has worked on content for our website’s medical pages as well as the Blog and News sections.
A seasoned writer and editor, Stephanie’s experience includes roles as a client editor for hospitals and health systems at a custom publishing company, a business trade magazine reporter, and an ad agency copywriter. She is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in health education and communication from St. Joseph’s University (expected completion, 2023).
Stephanie feels grateful for opportunities to use her love of writing to play a part in LBBC’s mission to help connect and educate people impacted by breast cancer – and to honor the memory of Sandy Brandt.
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