Geospatial Project Manager

Emily’s work focuses on identifying and prioritizing restoration opportunities, as well as developing data and web-based tools for partner organizations. She also supports Chesapeake Bay Program Partnership projects, such as analyzing change detection methodologies and mapping best management practices for water quality. She graduated with a Master’s in Environmental Management from Duke University in May 2017 and has a background in landscape ecology, conservation GIS, and remote sensing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the Ohio State University. Emily loves eating, traveling, reading, hiking, and playing/watching basketball.