Emily graduated summa cum laude with a BA in mathematics and a minor in economics from Dartmouth College. After graduating from Dartmouth, Emily worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a Research Assistant for two years. While there, she worked on research and Fed policy related to financial stability, financial regulation, and monetary policy implementation. Currently, Emily is a PhD student at UC Berkeley studying economics.
Emily loves to teach and has a lot of experience tutoring students of all backgrounds and grade levels. In high school, Emily tutored other high school students in mathematics. Then, in college, Emily tutored both high school students and college students in mathematics up through multi-variate calculus. Over the past couple years, Emily has tutored and taught students macroeconomics at the college level and worked with students on economics research using Stata, R and Python.
Outside of school, Emily loves to cook, read, play frisbee, hike, and bike. She also is very involved in the Women in Economics at Berkeley group which advocates for making economics a more diverse and inclusive environment for all people.