Stephanie Steinberg has reporting ever since she was in second grade when she was a “cub reporter” on a local TV show called “Kidstuff.” The show didn’t last long, but Stephanie caught the journalism bug and knew from the young age of 8 that she wanted to interview people and tell stories the rest of her life. Stephanie is a diehard Wolverine (Go Blue!) and learned everything she needed to know about journalism at the University of Michigan’s student-run newspaper The Michigan Daily, where she was editor in chief in 2011. She spent several years as an editor at U.S. News & World Report in Washington D.C., where she enjoyed exploring all the museums and ice cream and cupcake shops in the city. (Baked + Wired is her favorite). She also spent many weekends in D.C. coffee shops editing her book “In the Name of Editorial Freedom: 125 Years at the Michigan Daily.” She returned to home to Michigan in 2016 to document the story of Detroit’s revitalization as a reporter for The Detroit News and enjoyed getting to know many amazing Detroiters through her stories. Now the managing editor of SEEN, she’s looking forward to filling the magazine and website with compelling lifestyle stories. When not editing with her signature purple pen, you’ll likely find her scoping out new restaurants and shops in Detroit.