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Dr. Stephanie Habif
Key Strengths Energetic; high degree of intellectual curiosity; self-‐motivated; goal-‐oriented; collaborative; innovative; client-‐focused; solution-‐driven à Comfortable communicating and collaborating with nationally and internationally respected experts in multiple disciplines. Exceptional strategic, analytical, organizational, communication, motivational and project management skills. Proven ability to design and deliver state-‐ of-‐the-‐art individual and organizational programs. Core Competencies Healthcare Consulting Persuasive Behavior Design Technology Design Strategy Strategic Partnerships Innovation Management Cross-‐Industry Collaboration Healthcare Design Strategist Habif Health and Performance LLC: healthcare consulting practice focused on innovating health behavior change products, programs, and services. Responsible for conducting research, concepting brands, and managing programs for individual, start-‐up, and corporate clients. Oversee all business development – strategy, marketing, client relations, proposal development, negotiations, service delivery, and budgeting. Example clients – Aetna, RockHealth, Triple Threat Communications, Kaiser Permanente. Freelancer: design and deliver health programs in various sport, executive, and non-‐profit settings. Example clients -‐ Boeing, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Asphalt Green Triathlon Club, Hold the Door, Families of 9-‐11, NYC Cycling Club. Producer Stanford Calming Technology Symposium: [in pre-‐production] a 1-‐day event to bring together designers, scholars, entrepreneurs, and investors who are building technologies that will create calm in the minds, bodies, and environments of people around the world. Responsible for vetting the concept, planning logistics, marketing, and running the event at Stanford University. RFP Live Design: a 3-‐day technology design competition event for Aetna, Inc. Held in San Francisco, the first two days were for design agencies and the third day was for freelance designers. Responsible for ideating/selling the concept, identifying key stakeholders, forging strategic partnerships, marketing, overseeing event logistics, managing budget, and running the event. Winners earned large cash prizes and contracts with Aetna. Behavior Design Workshop: a 2-‐day persuasive behavior design workshop for pharmaceutical agency creative directors and account managers in Paramus, NJ. Responsible for selling the concept, designing the program, and facilitating the workshop. Raising Heartrates: [co-‐founder] a start-‐up non-‐profit triathlon organization based in NYC dedicated to raising money for disabled athletes. Responsible for identifying strategic partners, developing outreach and communications, recruiting members, and planning launch parties. Seek the Journey – Ride for Life: [co-‐founder] a start-‐up project including a trans-‐ America (4,532 miles) bicycle ride to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Responsible for developing marketing materials, planning fundraisers, doing community outreach. Raised $18,000 for the ACS; recognized as ACS Volunteer of the Year (national award).
2008-‐present 2000-‐07 Present Dec 2011 Aug 2011 2005-‐07 Summer
Researcher Present Stanford University: Persuasive Technology Lab; Calming Technology Lab. 2003-‐07 Columbia University: Health Services Division; Teachers College. 2001-‐03 Washington University in St Louis: Office of Health Promotion and Wellness. 2000 Victoria University of Technology (Australia) 1998-‐99 Springfield College (Mass.): Department of Psychology. Adjunct Faculty Present Stanford Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) 2009 University of North Carolina – Greensboro (online graduate class) 2006 Columbia University in NY (Teachers College) 2001-‐03 Washington University in St Louis 2000 Victoria University of Technology (Australia) Speaker Oct 2011 “Psychological Risk and Prevention of Sport Injury” -‐ Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference, Honolulu, HI. Sept 2011 “Behavior Change and Mobile Technology Panel: A Trifecta Strategy for Successful Design” – Medicine 2.0, Stanford, CA. June 2011 “Why Persuasive Behavior Design Matters” – Habit Design Meetup, San Fran, CA. July 2010 “What You Need to Know to Prevent & Manage an Injury” – NYC Triathlon Health Symposium, New York, NY. Sep 2009 “It Can Be Done – Establishing Health Habits that Work for You” – Aspen Club Symposium, Aspen, CO. Oct 2003 “Stress for Success?” – HealthLive Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY. June 2003 “Al was right! Using Counseling and Relationship Skills to make a Positive Impact” Annual Conference on Counseling Athletes, Springfield, MA. Author 2011 Moraveji, N., Oppezzo, M., Habif, S., Pea, R. A Theoretical Model of Calming Technology: Designing to Mitigate Stress and Increase Calm. Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (AMIA WISH 2011). Washington, DC. (in press) Appaneal, R.N., Habif, S., Washington, L.M, & Granquist, M.D. A Systematic Review of Psychological Screening Strategies for Sport Injury Risk and Prevention (in press). (in preparation) Habif, S, Basch, C.E, & Roberts, K.J. The Association between Sport Injury Anxiety and Injury Severity and Frequency among Olympic Distance Triathletes (in preparation). 2008 Appaneal, R.N. & Habif, S. Review of Psychological Screening Strategies for Injury Risk and Prevention, Poster presentation at the 116th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA. 2001 Habif, S., Van Raalte, J.L., & Cornelius, A. (2001) Athletes' attitudes toward and preferences for male and female coaches, Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 10, 73-‐87. Student 2008 Doctor of Education (Health and Behavior Studies), Columbia University, NY. 2000 Master of Science (Performance Psychology), Springfield College, MA. 1997 Bachelor of Arts (English Literature), Washington University in St. Louis, MO.