Emma currently works with the international team conducting capture research for various United States Agency for International Development (USAID) proposals. She also does live proposal work, such as writing background sections, formatting curriculum vitaes, etc., and recruits key personnel for capture stage and live proposals.
Emma is from Lawrenceburg, Ky., and she earned a Bachelor of Science in public health and Spanish with a minor in biostatistics from Simmons University and a Master of Science in global health from Georgetown University. Prior to joining Bixal full time, Emma was a consultant for a monitoring, evaluation, research and learning management firm. Outside of work, Emma enjoys exploring new national parks, visiting botanical gardens, watercolor painting, running and playing soccer and baseball in the park. One of the greatest experiences of her life was seeing Mount Agung, an active volcano, while studying abroad in Bali, Indonesia.