Helping people and businesses show up more wholeheartedly and authentically.


As the Team Experience Manager at Buffer, she reimagines the future of work by building a remote-first employee experience and culture across borders. She crafts impactful company experience through events and engagement, and speaks about topics such as vulnerability, psychological safety in the workplace, and cross-cultural collaboration. A generalist through and through, she is also manages Buffer’s remote work toolkit and operations, and has lately delved into the world of IT and internal security.

A strong believer in the value of remote-first company design, she has lately helped companies cope with work-from-home directives by speaking and teaching about remote work, and how to effectively implement it for those new to this way of doing business. Her uniquely international experience and Asian roots helps her bring a global perspective to businesses in Asia.

Coaching is the latest chapter in Stephanie’s personal and professional journey. As a professional coach, Stephanie helps individuals get unstuck in order to achieve their personal and professional goals. She is all about engaging both the head and the heart to bring about meaningful change. By creating a safe space for her clients to be vulnerable and explore their deepest dreams, Stephanie partners with them on their journey of making impactful change in their lives.

Stephanie has a Masters degree in Philosophy and was previously an educator in one of Singapore’s top schools. She specialized in Gifted & Talented education and curriculum design. During her 5-year career as an educator, she helped evolve the Philosophy curriculum, ran service learning programs, and collaborated with Boston Consulting Group on the student entrepreneurship program. Prior to her career in education, she worked in Branding and Marketing after completing her training in Mass Communication.

Don’t ask what the world needs.
Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it.
Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.

Howard Thurman

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21. Knowledge vs Knowing Every Human Heart

Sometimes we think that making the best decision is just a matter of getting all the information we need so we go down the rabbit hole of research research research. And buried under this endless research — especially when we outsource decision-making — is the inner knowing, the quiet whisper of our intuition. Yet both knowledge and knowing need to go hand in hand for us to make the best decision *for us*.  Join me in this mini stephisode as I reflected out loud on this 🙂  — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/everyhumanheart/message
  1. 21. Knowledge vs Knowing
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  3. 19. What makes you, you?