BA, Biology, Carleton College
Emily has been an environmental and science educator, working at an experiential learning center in the north woods of Minnesota, The Northwest School in Seattle, the University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History, the Seattle Audubon Society, and the Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership in Midcoast Maine. She has also worked as a research and field technician for the Northwest Fisheries Science Center and the National Ecological Observatory Network. Emily is passionate about science communication and building positive and sustainable human-ecological relationships. She hopes to be involved in research that can be directly applied to conservation decision-making and is particularly interested in the interactions that occur at the interface of the marine and terrestrial environment to connect these two distinct ecosystems and influence their health and function.