As the former Research & Consulting Business Development Assistant, Emily supported the team of RMI Principals and Senior Consultants, specifically with the marketing and development of collaborative projects with key companies and government agencies.
Emily's experience in the environmental nonprofit sector, specifically with organizing projects, developing systems for tracking grants and donor relationships and marketing and communications, gives her a well-rounded background for supporting key staff.
The majority of her professional life has been focused on environmental issues - from experiential environmental education to wilderness conservation.
Master of Nonprofit Management, Regis University, 2007
Bachelor of Arts, Science Technology & Society, Vassar College, 2003
RMI Outlet, Rocky Mountain Institute's blog, explores topics critical to RMI's mission to drive the efficient and restorative use of resources.