As of Jan. 2006, Stephanie is working for Home & Garden Television (HGTV).
As of Nov. 2004, she was engaged to Rob Wagman, a former AllAccess Sales Manager, and later Program Director for Clear Channel in Charlotte. Their wedding was scheduled for Feb. 2005.
Her show Fresh Gear was cancelled in May 2004 after the merger of G4 and TechTV. The new channel, G4TechTV, aired repeat episodes until early December 2004.
She was a segment producer and co-host for the TechTV show Fresh Gear, which featured new personal technology products and services.
She participated on a pilot game show for CMT.
The American Idol show auditioned Stephanie three times for a host position.
A fellow student at the Howard Fine Acting Studio heard her discuss her Web design skills and offered her a position at AllAccess.com, a popular on-line trade publication for the radio and record industry. She agreed and began to design banner ads for the company.
Shortly after she was transferred to Sapient's Los Angeles office, she was laid off as projects became scarce.
As work slowed down in San Francisco, she was transferred to Sapient's Los Angeles office.
She learned HTML and began working on Web design projects at Sapient.
While she was working at Adjacency, the company was bought by Sapient Corp.
She was a receptionist at Adjacency, a small Web design firm in San Francisco, Calif.
She appeared in school plays and community theater productions as a teenager.
She also attended classes at Santa Monica College.
She enrolled in classes at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Calif.
She enrolled in classes at San Jose City College in San Jose, Calif.
She attended classes at West Valley College in Saratoga, Calif.
She was born in Santa Clara, California.
She grew up in Los Gatos, California.
She is 5' 2" tall.
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