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Stephanie Kaplan Lewis

Member since April 2016Contact Stephanie

Stephanie has grown Her Campus to over 70 million monthly multi-platform content views, with chapters at 300+ colleges worldwide. Stephanie also spearheads Her Campus's additional user-facing initiatives, including 22 Under 22, The InfluenceHer Collective and High School Ambassador Program, she oversaw Her Campus's first book, The Her Campus Guide to College Life which was a back-to-school bestseller at Barnes & Noble, and she led Her Campus's acquisition of HerUni Media Limited. She has been named to Inc.’s 30 Under 30, Businessweek’s 25 Under 25, The Boston Globe's 25 Under 25, Glamour’s 20 Amazing Young Women and The Boston Globe’s 25 Most Stylish Bostonians. She has served as a National Women’s Health Week Ambassador and a MassChallenge Alumna-in-Residence, and has spoken at Harvard University, Stanford University, S.H.E. Summit, University of Southern California, Northeastern University, and many more, as well as appeared on FOX, NECN, ABCNewsNow, and more as their college expert. Stephanie is a 2010 graduate of Harvard University, where she majored in psychology, minored in economics, and was a member of Delta Gamma.

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  • Female Millennials Prefer Workout Clothes To Jewelry This Holiday Season in Engage:Millennials on 12/20/2016

    Asking for an iPad for Christmas is so 2010. This year's trailing millennials have their sights set on looking stylish AF-and with a padded wallet to boot. When it comes time to hit the malls (or the cyberworld) to gift that female millennial on your list, what's a yay and what's a nay? You don't want your gift to turn into a re-gift.

  • This Effect Of The Election On Millennials Comes As A Surprise in Engage:Millennials on 11/07/2016

    With an historic election upon us and an election cycle in which no one could have predicted the way the American people would respond to the candidates before them, significant attention has turned to one group-millennials. But as much as "adults" might think they understand the sentiments and motivations of this cohort, millennials, in fact, surprise you at nearly every turn. We conducted a series of surveys of thousands of trailing millennial women (age 18 - 24) over the past year that illuminate some surprising facts in the final days leading up to Election 2016.

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