Founding Partner & Trustee, Imago Dei Fund
Emily is a donor-activist engaged in promoting human equality, justice, and peace around the world. She is particularly passionate and engaged in the nexus of faith, gender, and development and working to mobilize our faith traditions to more fully and unambiguously embrace gender equality. In her role at the Imago Dei Fund, Emily has helped the foundation adopt a “gender-lens” in its grantmaking with a particular focus on partnering with inspired female change agents, locally and around the world, to build bridges of peace and create a world where girls and women can thrive and achieve their full human potential.
Emily is actively engaged in the women-led philanthropy movement, and is the author of numerous articles. She is the recipient of the Christians for Biblical Equality 2013 Micah Award and was named a 2014 Women’s eNews “21 Leaders of the 21st Century” honoree.
Emily serves on the boards of Women Thrive, New England International Donor Network, Girl Rising, Union Theological Seminary, and Nomi Network Campaign Leaders Council, and is a member of Sojourners Founders’ Circle.
Emily has a BA in Government from Dartmouth College and a Master’s in Educational Policy from Boston University. She also completed the Selah Certificate Program in Spiritual Direction.
Early Childhood to Primary Education • Economic Opportunity • Education • Environmental Sustainability • Health Delivery • Human Rights • International Justice • Livelihoods • Peace • Peace and Human Rights • Secondary Education • Women's and Girls' Education • Youth Job Skills
West and Central Africa