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Stefanie Zinchiak M. Ed.

Director, Consumer Engagement , Women's Choice Award

Stefanie is the Director of Consumer Engagement at the Women's Choice Award and wears many hats, but among her favorite responsibilities is content writing for a variety of industry-specific brands, as well as publishing over 100 patient education healthcare brochures utilized by healthcare facilities. In addition to her marketing experience, Stefanie was a 6-time award-winning educator and school administrator. She resides in Coral Springs, FL with her husband, two young children, and her Shetland Sheepdog, where she enjoys reading, writing, swimming and the occasional full night's sleep.

 
 
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