Award-winning TV Journalist
Stephanie is an award-winning TV anchor and reporter based in San Francisco. Her reporting has taken viewers to the front-lines of California's devastating wildfires, given voice to the afflicted and shut-down consumer scams. She believes in the power of storytelling to bridge differences between people and bring the world closer together.
Stephanie is a 2019 AP Award winner for Best Reporter and a Diversity Leadership Fellow with the Society of Professional Journalists. Stephanie received two Emmy awards in 2022 for her Breaking News coverage of the Caldor Fire, and two Emmy nominations in 2020 for her coverage of the LNU Lightning Complex fire and Sacramento's social justice movement after the death of George Floyd.
Stephanie has covered many high-profile events, including multiple megafires and the San Jose VTA railyard mass shooting. She was KCRA 3's lead reporter on Black Lives Matter demonstrations that spanned across the Sacramento region during the COVID-19 outbreak. Stephanie also covered the 2006 people's uprising against Taiwanese President Chen Shui-Bian.
Stephanie began her news career at the 24-hour cable news channel in Asia, TTV. She then joined the ABC 20/20 team, where she worked on long-form, investigative stories alongside senior producers. She also held stints at the TODAY Show, CNBC, SNL, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Stephanie is a graduate of UC Berkeley and the NBC Page Program. Prior to working in TV news, Stephanie produced global marketing campaigns for top-grossing mobile apps in the Silicon Valley, where she also represented major entertainment brands, including Marvel, LucasFilm and Hasbro on-camera.