Emily brings five years of experience in conflict-charged social, environmental, and political contexts. Through effective facilitation and stakeholder engagement, Emily ensures the right voices are represented and included in collaborative processes. She has focused on natural resource management and dispute resolution in a number of domestic and international contexts.
Influenced by her work in the West Bank and Kyrgyzstan, Emily is particularly passionate about facilitating problem-solving processes to find collaborative solutions. She has worked in multi-stakeholder disputes for several sectors, including the analysis of transboundary water agreements and mining community participation plans. She holds an MA in Conflict Resolution from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver and is a former Fulbright grantee to Central Asia.