Emily has spent the last six years building programs for start-up social enterprises, solving ambiguous problems through a combination of operations and technology.
Most recently, at a health tech start-up in the United States, Emily launched 3 operational teams and piloted 4 clinical care programs. Simultaneously, she managed product teams to develop risk profiles based on machine learning algorithms, and test impact through randomized control trials. Her work decreased hospitalization rates for elderly populations by 50% and improved data quality by 75%.
Before returning to the US, Emily built operations and data systems for social enterprises in Kenya, Senegal, and India. As an early employee at Sanergy, she developed the pilot brand and marketing strategy for toilets in Nairobi's slums. Later, at myAgro and Vera Solutions, she used human-centered design to develop and program data systems, improving the insights and decisions of international start-ups.
Emily is currently an MBA student at Said Business School, where she is studying the ecosystems around social enterprises, and leading a program that connects graduate students interested in social impact. She also holds a BSc in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Clean Energy • Economic Opportunity • Environmental Sustainability • Financial Services • Health • Health Delivery • Livelihoods • Living Conditions • Responsible Supply Chains • Sanitation • Smallholder Productivity • Sustainable Markets
Central and Southern Asia, Eastern and Southern Africa, Europe, North America, West and Central Africa