Emily is a filmmaker, writer, researcher and consultant living in New York City.
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Emily's professional journey reflects boundless curiosity and a strong sense of adventure, characterized by a longtime interest in the social sciences, cultural anthropology, health and the environment. She has explored these interrelated subjects through various lenses: as a public policy researcher, academic editor, documentary filmmaker and more recently as a narrative storyteller. Before becoming a freelancer, she was the Research Director at MapLight.org. She holds a Masters degree in Economics from The New School and a Bachelors degree in International Relations from American University.
Cities Lead the Way in Meeting Paris Climate Goals
To meet the U.N.’s global warming targets, city leadership is critical.
Power to the City
As the presidential election season gears up, Mortimer B. Zuckerman's op-ed offers a cynical and weary electorate hope by invoking a transformative political vision of the role of the city.
Zoning Strategies for an Aging Country
Planners convene to discuss a model plan for the smart growth of an aging population.
Four New Map Books Reviewed
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for a planner? Check out these new map books.
Reducing the Mortgage Interest Deduction Could Be a Bipartisan Victory
The Washington Post Editorial Board calls for reform of the mortgage interest tax deduction.