Emily brings expertise in politics, communications, and digital strategy to her projects at SKDK. She advises a wide array of clients, including education nonprofits, research hospitals, and advocacy organizations.
Prior to joining SKDK, Emily worked in Democratic politics for several years, most recently serving as a Digital Strategic Consultant. In that role, she helped launch a U.S. Senate campaign, manage the email program for the successful re-election of a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) Frontline member, and execute digital strategy for multiple issue advocacy campaigns. Previously, Emily served on Congressman Chris Pappas’s (NH-01) 2018 campaign and his 2020 re-election, the latter on behalf of the DCCC. She began her communications career as an intern on Secretary Hillary Clinton’s presidential race in 2016.
Emily is passionate about advocating for criminal legal reform, LGBTQIA rights, and reproductive freedom. She was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan (Go Blue!) during middle school. Emily graduated Phi Beta Kappa with High Honors in Political Science and Theater from Swarthmore College.