Emily supports and monitors the association research and advocacy team in all areas. She works most directly on financial inclusion issues, with a focus on especially vulnerable groups.
Beyond work, she is writing her thesis on female over-indebtedness as the culminating piece of a Master’s in International Administration and Global Governance at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She brings a unique perspective and skillset from a broad experiential background which includes elections administration in the U.S. and refugee camp work in Greece. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and international development from the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, United States.