Emily earned her BA in English and American Literature at New York University in 2003 and her MS in Library Science at University of North Texas in 2012. Her internships in college ranged from “All My Children” to InStyle to Miramax Films. Upon graduation, she worked for talent agents at The Gersh Agency and International Creative Management. From 2007 to 2015 she worked in law school admissions at Texas Wesleyan School of Law (later Texas A&M School of Law). In 2015, she was promoted to Senior Data Analyst where she focused on streamlining the behind-the-scenes process of annual faculty reviews and the ABA Site Evaluation Visit.
Emily joined the new School of Innovation in 2017 as Assistant Director. Her recent projects include Innovation[X], I-School’s website, the MaroonBase Resource Guide and Student App.
She spends her free time with her husband Matt, reading, listening to podcasts, and binging entirely too much Netflix.
Favorite Guilty Pleasure Song
“Jock Jams,” because it is great when you need to psych yourself up.
“It’s much worse than we thought…” My husband and I have terrible luck with unanticipated house repairs. We made a “Game of Thrones”-style house sigil.