A journalist, writer and broadcaster working on digital platforms, radio and TV. Since 2018 she has been the BBC’s Population correspondent looking at demographic change and trends across the world and how it is altering the way we live.

She spent three years working for the BBC in Nigeria covering Africa’s cultural and economic powerhouse and the challenges that it faced, from a struggling economy to insecurity and Boko Haram. Stephanie broke the story of the ransom paid for the Chibok girls and won the Foreign Press Association Award for Best Print and Web News Story of the Year, as well as the One World Digital Media Award and the Premio Luchetta. 


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