Stephanie Eidelman is CEO of The iA Institute, a media company that provides news, education, events and connection for professionals in consumer finance. A visionary and constant innovator, she has grown the company from its beginning as the publisher of a daily newsletter to one that influences the industry at the highest level.
Prior to The iA Institute, Stephanie held various leadership positions in, or consulted for, media companies making the transition from print to online. Previously, she was a materials manager at aerospace manufacturer Allied Signal, and a production manager for The Walt Disney Company. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA.More at theiAinstitute.com.
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