Emily is a project strategist, evaluator, and writer who draws on her strong background in advocacy, public health, and mental health. She adeptly manages diverse teams and develops reports, studies, and briefs that help organizations answer questions about their impact. Her experience extends across nonprofits, philanthropic institutions, and NGOs in the U.S. and the Arab Region.
Emily has a master’s of public health from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s in political science from UNC–Chapel Hill. She is currently a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Miami, where her research has focused on the impact of trauma and other psychosocial factors on health.