Stefani is an architect who designs buildings and plans neighborhoods that make better use of the resources, such as land, energy, and water. She also teaches architecture students on how they can use designs to make our world a better and more sustainable place to live. She is currently helping to create an eco-village with Chatham University.

This series of sustainability career webinars is offered at a 6th grade level of vocabulary. They are intended for K-12 students and are open to any age. These informational interviews are intended to expose students to the variety of jobs available in the field. After the adult describes a normal day at their job, what they love about their job, its challenges and what it took to get there for about 15 minutes, the dialogue becomes open to student Q & A. Chatham students are welcome to attend, but please allow K-12 students to have the priority for asking questions, and please try to also keep vocabulary at a 6th grade level to help make the workshop age inclusive.