GenNext Member of the Month: Stephanie Tham

GenNext Member of the Month: Stephanie Tham

Stephanie Tham

Where do you work? What do you do?
I work in Human Resources at The Boeing Company. I am a participant in a HR rotation program that exposes me to both generalist and specialist roles across the company; I just rotated to my second role as a Learning, Training and Development specialist.

How long have you lived in St. Louis? Where were you before?
I have been in St. Louis about a year. I moved here from the suburbs of Chicago and recently graduated from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

How did you get involved with GenNext?
When I first moved to St Louis, I had a list of new hobbies and volunteering organizations that I wanted to explore. GenNext turned out to be a great way to meet new people while giving back to others!

What has been your favorite GenNext event?
Breaking down the Delta Gamma Holiday Tree lot was fun! I’m looking forward to building the lot up again next season.

Why is volunteering important to you?
I believe that volunteering and giving time and talent back to my local community makes the community stronger, touches lives in an important way and is a vote of confidence in the greater good.

Besides being involved with GenNext, what do you like to do in your free time?
I enjoy watching local musicians and can often be found at bars that have open mics or live performances going on. I also enjoy sand volleyball and am looking forward to the upcoming season!

What is your favorite new restaurant in St. Louis?
I am a big fan of Urban Chestnut on Manchester. Their sausage boards are to die for.

Do you have or have you had a nickname? What’s the story behind it?
I don’t!

Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
I have lived in Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Illinois, and Singapore and have visited over 10 countries so far. I love traveling.

Christmas or Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving – turkey stuffing and cran-jelly all the way!

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