Stephanie Khurana is a Managing Director at Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation where she is responsible for identifying, funding and supporting social entrepreneurs during their early stages of growth. She also serves as a Faculty Dean at Cabot House as well as several Harvard committees including the President’s Task Force for Sexual Assault Prevention; FAS Standing Committee on Public Service; College Committees on Alcohol and Other Drugs, Belonging and Inclusion, and Resident Dean position review among others.
Earlier in her career, Stephanie was on the founding team of Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP), a visionary technology startup that eventually grew to a workforce of 4,000. Between 1997-2004 she was Co-Founder, CEO, and Director of Surebridge, Inc, a web-based software provider that was ultimately sold to Time Warner, Inc in 2011. She has served as Acting Executive Director at the Tobin Project, a nonprofit organization that sits on the forefront of major research initiatives that address some of society’s most pressing problems and helps transform public policy debates, where she currently serves on their Board of Directors. Stephanie also serves on the boards of Braven, Immigrant Justice Corps, and EdBuild as well as serves on the President’s Council of Cornell Women. Stephanie received a "Top 40 under 40" award from the Boston Business Journal in 1999. She received her BS in Applied Economics with a concentration in International Relations from Cornell University, an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an MPP from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.