Emily is a member of Strategies 360’s research team. As a Research Analyst, she works to provide data-driven solutions that address clients’ issues and strategic needs. She brings her background in literature and love of language to all aspects of her work, especially qualitative analysis, crafting effective messages, and quality assurance.
Before becoming a full-time member of the research team, she first joined S360 in 2018 as a Research and Communications Intern in the Colorado office. She spent the summers of 2019 and 2020 as a Junior Analyst where she helped with research for clients ranging from ballot initiatives and congressional races to international political parties and advocacy groups. Before her time at S360, she worked in publications, and was an Advocate with The Borgen Project, a non-profit that fights to end global poverty. She has also been active with groups working towards immigration reform.
Emily graduated summa cum laude from Gonzaga University with bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and English Literature and minors in Political Science and French. Outside the office she enjoys searching for new coffee shops, hiking, and getting up way too early on weekends to support Liverpool Football Club.