Emily leads an interdisciplinary practice leveraging Cadmus’ technical, strategy, and modeling expertise to provide clients with extraordinary results in identifying cascading risks and vulnerabilities, defining the most appropriate solutions, and engaging partners to prepare, adapt, and thrive in a changing climate. With more than 10 years of experience working with private, nonprofit, academic, and government organizations, Emily has conducted numerous climate and extreme weather event exercises and has identified dual-adaptation and mitigation strategies to enhance community, organizational, and personal resilience.
Previously, Emily was the Informed Decisions and Adaptation Science Program Manager for the U.S. Global Change Research (USGCRP), a program overseen by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. She has also served as a science translator for federal agencies developing Agency Adaptation Plans, a technical climate expert supporting the Administration’s Preparedness Pilots, and a contributing author of the Third National Climate Assessment’s Adaptation Chapter.
She holds a master’s in environmental and natural resources policy from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College. She is a certified Change Management Advanced Practitioner (CMAP) from Georgetown University as well as a Decision Making for Climate Change professional from the University of Washington. Emily also serves as an Adjunct Fellow for the American Security Project and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Resilience Working Group.
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