Stephanie Kent graduated from Yale University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. During her undergraduate Yale career, she received high honors in various Journalism seminars taught by renowned authors and journalists such as Steven Brill and Bruce Shapiro. She finished at the top of her Forensic Anthropology course, where she led facial reconstruction and identification tasks. As a student, she worked as a research assistant with the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement (CARE) branch of Yale School of Medicine. She also served as an intern at the sports desk of WTNH News 8 in New Haven, CT where she recorded and logged athletic events and helped create highlight reels for news feeds.
Stephanie was elected captain of the Yale women’s varsity tennis team her senior year, leading her team to an all-time high ranking of #18 in NCAA Division 1. Upon graduation, she traveled the world playing the professional tennis circuit and achieving world-rankings in singles and doubles. She is currently studying to attend a top-tier law school.