Stephanie is the founder and Chief Happiness Officer (CEO) of enABLE, a premier life care management company offering care solutions for seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. She brings to this position experience in healthcare public relations, non-medical home care, behavior modification, assisted living communities, and memory care. Her mission is to provide the best quality of life, regardless of situation, for each client.
Prior to her career in senior care, Stephanie worked as the head of public relations for the online health site RealAge, becoming lead publicist for doctors Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz, of The Dr. Oz Show fame. In the latter role, Stephanie placed her clients on media platforms such as The New York Times, Health Magazine, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Stephanie’s education includes a master’s degree in public health and an undergraduate degree in public relations. Her many certifications include being a Certified Care Manager, Certified Senior Advisor, Certified Montessori Dementia Care Professional, End of Life Doula, and Mediator. She currently serves as past-president of the Board of Directors, Aging Life Care Association–Western Region, and on the Board of Directors of the Coastside Chamber of Commerce. In 2022, Stephanie won the Leadership award from the Aging Life Care Association for her work as president of the Western Region. In 2021, she was named to the list of Marquis Who’s Who, was subsequently named as a Marquis Top Professional, and authored a chapter in the Marquis Lifetime Achievement book.
She has spoken at numerous conferences, including the National Aging Life Care Association Conference in 2022 and has delivered countless educational pro bono presentations to ensure all elders and their support systems are equipped with the knowledge she has accumulated over decades in the senior care industry. Stephanie’s words to live by, both for enABLE and personally, are, “If we can, we will.”
Stephanie is a contributing author of the Social Chapter to the book, Eldercare 101, being published in February 2023.