Stephanie K. Eberle, M.Ed
Stephanie began their tenure at BioSci Careers in 2008 developing curricula and resources for all biosciences trainees to explore and define a path toward their own careers of choice. In their 20+ years of professional experience, they have found that their passion is helping others find and follow theirs.
Stephanie helps trainees with all aspects of professional/career development, and they are especially interested in issues of gender and diversity in the workplace. Stephanie holds an M.Ed in counseling.
Latishya Steele, PhD
Latishya works with BioSci Careers and the Office of Graduate Education to develop a curricular framework in graduate education that integrates academic coursework, grant and fellowship writing, oral and written communications, and professional and career development.
Latishya comes to this work as a researcher in fruit fly genetics with postdoctoral experience in teaching and education as a Curriculum Fellow at Harvard Medical School. She loves developing curriculum and programs for those aspiring to be or who are professionals in the biosciences.
Debra Rosenfeld, MA, LMFT
Debra manages BioSci Careers counseling program. She provides career counseling, develops curriculum, and teaches career classes. She enjoys helping trainees find and attain careers that complement their skills, interests, values, and strengths.
Debra began providing career counseling more than 15 years ago when she was a Marriage and Family Therapist intern. Since then, she has been coaching clients and gaining business and marketing experience in the pharmaceutical and tech industries. This diverse background gives Debra a broad perspective on career opportunities for bioscience trainees.
AJ graduated from Stanford with an undergraduate degree in Human Biology in 2016, and is currently in his last quarter as a Community Health and Prevention Research Master's student at the School of Medicine. AJ is passionate about improving health and education in underserved communities, and even more passionate about empowering others to the same!
Marlene Scherer Stern, M.Ed
Marlene retired from Stanford BEAM, Career Education, where she served as an Associate Director/Assistant Dean. She has 25 years experience working in Career Development in a diversity of roles and is passionate about working with clients to better understand themselves, and how they connect to the world of work. Signature career development programs co-designed by Marlene include a career mentoring program for PhD’s and the Stanford Immersion in Medicine Series Program. She is thrilled to help provide career counseling and coaching to our trainees and students. Marlene holds an M.Ed in Higher Education, serves as a Faculty for NACE Career Coaching Intensive and as a Higher Education & Career Development Consultant.
M.J. Mangiarelli, MS
M.J. is an insightful, empathic and strategic Career and Life Coach. She’s passionate about aiding adults to move forward in their professional and personal lives with clarity and confidence. M.J. meets clients wherever they are with objectivity and encouragement. Topics can range from, "I’m confused, I don’t know what I want to do next," to "I know what I want to do, now how do I get there" and all stages in-between. M.J.’s approach to counseling is holistic. She combines her in-depth experience as a counselor along with a certification in health and wellness, and encourages the integration of work-life. This includes helping clients understand the alignment of their core values, strengths, styles and goals to their chosen occupational role and settings.
Amanda is a second-year Bioengineering PhD student in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery. She began working as a student assistant for BioSci Careers in June 2015. She assists with organizing course logistics and manages course surveys and documents.
Lyndsay is a second year Ph.D student in Bioengineering. She is completing her Ph.D work in the Appel Lab (Material Science and Engineering) and the Woo Lab (Cardiothoracic Surgery). Her interests are in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. She is a member of the Black Engineering Graduate Student Association and serves on the executive board for Black Graduate Student Association here at Stanford. Lyndsay is most looking forward to working alongside her peers to impact the community and society through research.