Steph Kent is a writer and multimedia producer interested in creativity, sports and literature.

Steph co-founded the new literary website Call Me Ishmael where she curates anonymous stories about books and solders vintage pay phones into literary installations. The project received a National Book Foundation Innovations in Reading honor and was shortlisted for a Webby Award. 

She recently started listening to an obscene amount of podcasts, which has come in handy; she hosted a literary radio show on Anchor and works as Special Projects Director on the Webby Award-winning Masters of Scale podcast. Steph also led The Wall Street Journal team in product management for their mobile-first news app. During her time on staff at TED she built community programs and brand engagement strategies. She was awarded a 2017 Creative Community Fellowship with National Arts Strategies.

Stephanie holds a BA in Playwriting and Literature from Emerson College and is a both a lover and a fighter

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