Stephanie leads the firm's Social Impact Division, overseeing MidCity’s private impact investment, philanthropy, community development, and corporate responsibility initiatives across the portfolio. Her chief responsibility is to leverage private investment and corporate philanthropy in partnership with community-based nonprofits, foundations, and government agencies for the benefit of residents at MidCity properties, surrounding communities, and project investors. In this capacity, Stephanie is part of the team advancing MidCity’s flagship redevelopment of Brookland Manor into RIA, where the firm has committed to retain a 373-unit Section 8 contract, relocate all existing residents on-site during the redevelopment, and make a substantial private investment in social services to support residents through redevelopment. Stephanie also manages external affairs for the firm, leading public-private partnerships, government relations, stakeholder engagement, and corporate communications. Prior to joining MidCity, Stephanie served as Vice President and General Counsel for the DC-based development firm the Menkiti Group. She also previously worked for the Council of the District of Columbia, where she focused on affordable housing and economic development. Stephanie serves on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Washington, DC and the Community Services Foundation. She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College.