Stephanie Hamilton has been a Program Manager for the National Center for Women & Information Technology since 2006. As a member of the social science staff, she manages the planning and creation process for NCWIT’s evidence-based resources (e.g. Promising Practices, Programs-in-a-Box, Talking Point Cards, etc.). In addition, she provides project management for the NCWIT Social Science Advisory Board, working with the co-chairs in board planning and managing the board’s matching of consultant expertise (recruitment and outreach, curriculum development, program evaluation, workforce diversity and inclusion, research and data on women in computing, etc.) with NCWIT member needs. Prior to NCWIT, Stephanie spent ten years serving in various academic services capacities at Iowa State University. Most recently she coordinated the K-12 outreach efforts of ISU's Program for Women in Science and Engineering. Her background as a practitioner led to her commitment to evaluation as an essential component of program development and implementation.
Stephanie holds a B.S. in Psychology from Baker University (Kansas) and an M.S. in Higher Education from Iowa State University.