Career Center


Stephanie K. Eberle

Stephanie K. Eberle, M.Ed

School of Medicine Career Center | Stephanie Eberle on LinkedIn

Stephanie began her tenure at the School of Medicine Career Center in 2008 developing curriculum and resources for all biosciences trainees to explore and define a path toward their own careers of choice. In her 20+ years of professional experience, she has found that her passion is helping others find and follow theirs.

Stephanie helps trainees with all aspects of professional/career development, and she is especially interested in issues of gender and diversity in the workplace. Stephanie holds an M.Ed in counseling.

Debra Rosenfeld

Debra Rosenfeld, MA, LMFT

Assistant Director, Counseling and Resources | Debra Rosenfeld on LinkedIn

Debra provides individual career counseling, develops curriculum, and teaches career workshops. She particularly enjoys helping students and trainees find and attain careers that complement their skills, interests, values, and personal strengths.

Debra began doing career counseling in the 1990s when she was a Marriage and Family Therapist intern at a community college. Since then, she has been coaching clients while simultaneously gaining business and marketing experience in the pharmaceutical and technology industries. This diverse background gives Debra a broad perspective on career opportunities for bioscience students and trainees.

Elizabeth Kay

Elizabeth Kay

Program Coordinator | Elizabeth Kay on LinkedIn

Elizabeth is the first point of contact for the SoM Career Center and manages program and operational logistics. Elizabeth holds a BS in psychology from Santa Clara University, where she conducted health and social psychology research and coauthored two publications.

Latishya Steele

Latishya Steele, PhD

Associate Director
Biosciences Programs | Latishya Steele on LinkedIn

Latishya works with the SoM Career Center 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.

Amanda Steele

Student Assistant

Amanda is a second-year Bioengineering PhD student in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery. She began working as a student assistant for the career center in June of 2015. She assists with organizing SoMCC course logistics and manages course surveys and documents.

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