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 by automating data processes to scale across large geographies 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 conservation GIS, remote sensing, and landscape ecology. 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 basketball and pickleball.