Stephanie is aiming to be present and loving in her daily interactions. She is often found drinking tea at The Center; on backpacking and trail running adventures (with her partner and teal camper van); and reading books under blankets while despairing about present-day human society.

Previously, she has done full-stack engineering at Navigator, Flexport, Flux (Google X's urban sustainability spinoff), was a KPCB engineering fellow at Square, and interned at Google.

Stephanie graduated in 2015 with an A.B. in Computer Science and research honors. Dedicated to building up the entrepreneurial community at Princeton, she was the President of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club, a member of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee, grew HackPrinceton from 120 to 500 students, and represented the University at cross-campus entrepreneurial events in New York and Boston.

As E-Club continues to expand its offerings, Stephanie He, the club president, hopes it will allow students at all stages of entrepreneurship to network, compete and challenge themselves.Princeton Engineering, 2015

Stephanie also sang in an a cappella group; she was President of the Wildcats her sophomore and junior year.


Experience

Navigator

, Software Engineer November 2018 - September 2019

Flexport

, Software Engineer March 2017 - October 2018

Nameforest

, Co-founder & CTO July - November 2016

Pharmeo

, Co-founder & CTO March - July 2016

Flux

, Software Engineer August 2015 - March 2016

Princeton Entrepreneurship Club

, President April 2014 - June 2015

Square

, Software Engineering Intern June - September 2014

HackPrinceton

, Co-Director September - December 2013

Google

, Engineering Practicum Intern June - August 2013

Books
Reading books can be a deeply personal experience; the same book could be deeply impactful or completely forgettable depending on when I read it. That said, here are some books that have substantially shifted the way I interact with and think about the world, or have inspired me to make a change in my life at one point. They're generally short books that are enjoyable and easy to read.

On listening: Helping by Edgar Schein

On conversing: Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg

On writing with love: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed

On movement: Movement Matters by Katy Bowman

On living with principles: Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard

On communities: Tribe by Sebastian Junger

On systems breaking at scale: Dreamland by Sam Quinones

On unstated mythologies of our culture: Ishmael by Daniel Quinn