Meet the Team
Stephanie Lentz | Founder & CEO
Taylor Stirling | Operations Manager
Taylor is from Washington D.C. and came to the PNW in search of innovative, sustainable small businesses that were creating positive change. She has always been known as the “tree-hugger” of her family, and followed that passion through college. She graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and continued her education in Sustainable Business Strategy at Harvard Business School (online) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sustainable living is important to Taylor because she believes it is the most urgent crisis we face, and businesses like Scoop are evolving the industry of consumer goods for a better future and educating communities on ethical buying. When she isn’t in the shop, you can find Taylor walking her wiener dog, Bailey, at Golden Gardens in Ballard.
Jenni Keniston | Communications
Jenni grew up in Montana and came to Washington State to study interior design. It was during college that she discovered she was drawn to the idea of sustainable building design and utilizing creativity to minimize our impact on our planet. Jenni is passionate about plant-based health and low-waste living. She spends much of her time playing in the dirt with her children, either in her backyard garden or on a forest trail. She loves to help others find more eco-friendly solutions to day-to-day challenges, so feel free to send her a message if you have a question or are searching for a specific product.
Cody Fry | Store Manager
A life-long Pacific Northwesterner with a background in outdoor education and customer service, Cody believes in Scoop’s mission to create tangible, practical options through which our community can live a more sustainable lifestyle. He loves being outdoors, and when he’s not planning his next backpacking or trail-running adventure, you’ll find him touring Seattle’s many microbreweries with his dog Tallinn, or learning a new cooking skill at home.
Trisha Barua | Food Equity Intern
Trisha is a high school senior in Washington and loves everything nature-related. Her love of hiking, making ecospheres, and taking care of houseplants as well as her enthusiasm for business and DECA fostered a strong passion for sustainable and ethical business. Over the course of this year, Trisha has enjoyed seeing Scoop grow and is so excited to take part in the development of Scoop's food equity goals in hopes of garnering a positive change for the community no matter how small.