Nicholas is responsible for all business development strategies. This past year he has taken the role of assistant editor and has given business insights to Nicole. He studied Economics and History at UC Santa Cruz and completed his MBA at Santa Clara University. He served as the President of the masters’ program, Finance Connexion from 2014-2015, has been a speaker for Breakthrough Silicon Valley and was an assistant coach for a local youth baseball team. His career started in telecommunication sales and now he has worked in the finance department for several tech companies.

What was his Epifania?:  “I took my time to decide who I was, I saw the world and I decided that it was ok to take a path that was not traditional for my profession. I know that I will accomplish my goals regardless.”  

Some Behind The Scenes facts: He has traveled to four continents; North America, South America, Europe and Asia, will pretty much eat anything and starts every day by reading Financial Times.  


Stephanie is responsible for editing content and helping Nicole with the content calendar.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of CT and her Master’s degree in English from Southern CT State University.  Stephanie currently resides in Naugatuck, CT and is a professor of English at Post University in Waterbury, CT and at The University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, CT.  She loves writing, reading, sports (NY Mets and NY Giants), and social media.  Her journey to the world of literature and journalism began in High School when a young teacher noticed a talent in Stephanie that even she hadn’t yet discovered.  Because of that teacher, Stephanie was published for the first time at only 17 years old.  You can check out some of her musings at www.profdblog.wordpress.com.

What was her Epifania?:  “A recent event in my life has made me realize that life is too short for worrying about things that are beyond your control; take your job seriously, but not yourself.”

Some Behind the Scenes facts:  Along with only 10% of the world’s population, Stephanie is left handed.  Left-handed individuals are said to be more creative and more dominating in sports.  While the creativity is a definite for Stephanie, her athletic ability leaves something to be desired.