Stephanie Engle, Class of 2016, is studying Public Policy and Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Duke. As the granddaughter of Intel’s co-founder, she grew up immersed in the entrepreneurial culture of the Bay Area and gained a particular fascination with design and social innovation. At the age of 11, she launched a photography company which found a successful niche, and once in high school the success of that business helped her found a nonprofit supporting Guatemalan orphans. At Duke, she is currently the CEO of Duke’s largest and oldest student-run company, Campus Enterprises, which was founded in 1994. This summer she will be a Product Design Intern at Facebook, and she intends to embark on a career as a designer and start another company.

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Duke Hospital Exhibit: Meet the Artist, Painter David Gellatly at the Arts & Health Galleries

Arts & Health Galleries, Duke Hospital Concourse

March 1 – May 3, 2017

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