Christopher Stefani began his work in Detroit as an educator at DPSCD's Denby High School in 2015 where he co-authored the LTU (+) Program, a STEAM based architectural curriculum used in K-12 educational institutions. In 2016, Stefani established his own practice, The C.L. Stefani Company, in Detroit. This multidisciplinary design-think group creates and curates teams to collaborate on a variety of projects - all set to move the city forward. The company's most recent work includes FOLK in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood. Stefani is the acting associate director at Lawrence Technological University's Detroit Center for Design + Technology in Midtown.