Emma engages with all facets of Acadia Center’s communications and public engagement work, from writing and editing reports, blogs, and newsletters, to producing content for the website, social media, and development work. Acting as a bridge between technical experts and the general public, Emma brings a strong interest in making the language and concepts of clean energy accessible to anyone who wants to get involved in creating the clean energy future.
Emma has previously interned with Energy Program and the Communications department at the Natural Resources Defense Council in San Francisco, and has extensive experience in the world of sustainable agriculture. Emma holds a Master’s of Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment and a BA from Carleton College in American history, magna cum laude. Emma is fluent in Spanish, French, and German.