Episode 121 – Stephanie Steinberg - On Personal Passions & Creating Communities

Episode #121 – Stephanie Steinberg – On Personal Passions & Creating Communities

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Stephanie Steinberg always knew she wanted to be a writer. From a young age, she chased her creative nature, which led her to become a published author, a successful journalist, and an inspiring entrepreneur.

In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Stephanie speaks with host Lynne Golodner about their passion for their alma mater (University of Michigan), Stephanie’s two books, her experience as editor-in-chief of the Michigan Daily at the University of Michigan (where Lynne was a staff writer, many years before Stephanie!), the founding of the Detroit Writing Room and why she believes your best work comes from following your passions.

In this episode, Lynne and Stephanie discuss: Links and Resources: Find Stephanie Steinberg: Website  Linkedin Facebook  Instagram Twitter Find the Detroit Writing Room: Website Facebook  Twitter Instagram Coming up next on the Make Meaning Podcast: Lynne shares the story of the Debweyendan Indigenous Gardens in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the network of Indigenous Gardens across America, through an interview with Valoree Gagnon, director of University-Indigenous Community Partnerships in the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University, and ecologist Karena Schmidt, who are dedicated to the Debweyendan Indigenous Gardens’ efforts to restore “first foods” to Indigenous people. If you enjoyed this episode, you’ll like these other Make Meaning podcast episodes: