Texas A&M University, Biomedical Engineering, Business
Katie Stephenson grew up in Austin, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M University as a Research Fellow and Honors Fellow with a bachelor of science in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Performance Studies. She began working as a 911 ambulance dispatcher on Texas A&M campus in 2019 and trained to become an EMT in 2020. Stephenson served as the Assistant Communications Coordinator for Texas A&M EMS and continues to work as an ambulance attendant.
Stephenson was involved in numerous research projects, including hydrogel design for drug delivery and the influence of aesthetics on ADHD treatment adherence. She authored a thesis on intrauterine device insertion pain as a University Research Scholar. In her free time, she served as the recruitment director for her women’s service and leadership organization and helped organize fundraiser events for the National Eating Disorder Association.
Stephenson continued her education at A&M and earned a Master’s in Business as a Brockman Scholar. She is passionate about music and used her business education to manage her own career as a musician and songwriter, independently releasing an album and playing live across the Bryan/College Station area.
Stephenson is excited to continue implementing creative problem-solving and her passion for caring for others at EnMed.