Stephania is a true Renaissance woman and comes to Triad with a wealth of experience in community development.
After working for the City of Elizabeth (NJ) in a variety of key capacities in their Law and Community Development Departments, Stephania moved to the NJ Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) where she provided critical assistance to a
number of NPP districts and assisted in the judging and awarding of nearly $4 million in capital funding.
Stephania has also carried out extensive research and fieldwork centering on Environmental Analysis and, as an Aresty Fellow at Rutgers University, the impact of youth entrepreneurship as a deterrent to violent extremism.
When not at Triad or in the gym or training in Krav Maga and Taekwondo, Stephania enjoys drawing and painting, as well as working on a variety of self-development disciplines including Finance, Real Estate and Computer Coding. Amid all of this, she somehow also finds time to study the Spanish, French, Mandarin and Korean languages. Because of her diverse interests and experiences, Stephania is a generalist at Triad and is working on a broad range of issues that help communities grow.