A cancer survivor, Stephanie Grinage understands the urgency of translational research and the promise of precision medicine. “It’s personal.”
She assumed her role with TGen as vice president, individual giving in 2021 and serves as the primary strategic partner in cultivating and maintaining new and existing relationships with individual donors to build a nationwide individual donor constituency.
Prior to TGen, Stephanie served as vice president for advancement to support the Indiana Bioscience Research Institute (IBRI), an industry inspired not-for-profit research institute focused on cardiometabolic diseases. Her prior experience working in academic medicine has included roles as associate vice chancellor for Medical Advancement and associate dean for the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Medicine and as KU Endowment vice president for Medical Development supporting the University of Kansas Medical Center.
She earned her Master of Health Administration (MHA) from the University of Illinois-Chicago and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.