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The Spirit of Science (Stephanie Slocum)

  • Episode #16

Engineer and Business Strategist Stephanie Slocum explores the integration of science and spirituality in a world that often pits them against each other. She also dives into how to recognize misalignment, how inclusivity impacts future generations, and the importance of STEM education.

Welcome to Soul Savvy Business. This podcast aims to help entrepreneurs find balance and harmony at the intersection of business and spirituality.

Host Katy Valentine is a soul-minded spiritual entrepreneur. She empowers other entrepreneurs to thrive, creating a global ripple effect. Grab your free meditation at

“It was clear to me that starting my business with the intention of normalizing women as leaders in the technical fields, I could have a huge impact – potentially, on the world. And so that’s what I did.”

Stephanie Slocum

Stephanie Slocum is on a mission to normalize engineering, technology, and STEM women in leadership. She helps women become influential leaders while having a life, and she helps organizations committed to gender equity in STEM create work environments that retain and engage women.

Professionally, Stephanie is an engineer, speaker, corporate trainer, and career consultant who loves nothing more than to help others unlock their unique strengths, gifts, and talents for maximum impact in the world. Personally, she was raised in a large Catholic family, is a wife and mom of three daughters, and is a “reluctant entrepreneur” whom the universe had to figuratively hit over the head a few times before she finally stepped into her entrepreneurial calling.

Stephanie is a winner of the 2020 Connected World’s Women in Technology Award for her work empowering women in engineering and technology. She has inspired thousands of technical professionals through her talks, presentations, and workshops in organizations ranging from Fortune 500’s to small businesses, non-profits, and universities. Stephanie’s audiences learn how to embrace their unique skill sets, stop second-guessing their worth, and speak up for themselves and their teams so that they can become recognized for the leaders they are. Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in architectural engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.

Resources or websites mentioned in this episode:
Katy’s website
Stephanie’s website
Stephanie’s LinkedIn
Stephanie’s book

Guest – Stephanie Slocum
Producer – Cynthia Lamb
Executive producer – Danny Iny
Assembled by – Melissa Deal
Audio Post Supervisor: Evan Miles, Christopher Martin
Audio Post Production by Post Office Sound
Music soundscape: Chad Michael Snavely
Making our hosts sound great: Home Brew Audio

Music and SFX credits:
Track Title: Shepherd
Artist Name(s): Two Dudes
Writer Name: Adrian Dominic Walther

Track Title: Butterfly Effect
Artist Name(s): Cody Martin
Writer Name: Cody Kurtz Martin

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Soul Savvy Business

How can we pursue both entrepreneurial success and spiritual authenticity? Reverend Dr. Katy Valentine explores that question and more in this spiritually diverse podcast aimed at engaging mindful and curious entrepreneurs. Katy and her guests dive into the intersection of business and spirituality, exploring ways that entrepreneurs of all faiths (including none) can elevate their awareness and find abundance.