Stephanie Toews Moeling is the administrative officer for the Sociotechnical Systems Research Center (SSRC). She came to MIT in 2006 as a financial analyst in the Office of the Vice President for Finance. While there she served as a member of the Institute-Wide Planning Task Force on Education, collaborating with faculty by investigating and validating the MIT community’s ideas regarding strategic improvement of undergraduate education. She also supported the creation of the Institute’s dining plan in the Division of Student Life by creating an enterprise-wide financial spreadsheet that the student dining advisory group found “impressive.”
In her current role, Stephanie has helped SSRC streamline and maximize the administrative and financial functions of the center. Stephanie’s preference is to work as a team by establishing and maintaining high-quality relationships with faculty and staff and creating a network of fellow administrators to support best outcomes for projects.
Stephanie has always been an active member of her community, both inside and outside of the Institute. In 2007 she completed MIT's Leader to Leader program, has hosted the pre-ceremony entertainment hour for MIT commencement for several years, and is the mentor for several MIT undergraduates through the MAP Mentor Program. She is also a board member with a Somerville non-profit and is an active member of her Toastmasters group.
Before arriving at MIT, Stephanie was a business and patient accounts manager in a psychiatric outpatient clinic. She has also worked in film, TV, and theater as a professional costume designer and loves to cook, sing, and laugh.