Emma is the Research Project Coordinator for the Evaluation of the Close to Home Sexual Violence Prevention Program in California, the Evaluation of Best Practices in Rape Prevention Education in California, and the Passages Social Norms Research Agenda in Dr. Jay Silverman’s and Dr. Rebecka Lundgren’s labs, respectively. Emma has worked in gender and health research since 2014 when she was an undergraduate intern at the Center on Gender Equity and Health. After graduating from UC San Diego with a BA in Global Health, Emma worked with Dr. Anita Raj’s lab as a research assistant for two years before pursuing her Master’s in Public Health at Emory University. Over the last 6 years, Emma has worked on projects ranging from HIV, masculinity, girls’ education and empowerment, sex trafficking, child, early and forced marriage, social norms, intimate partner violence, sexual violence on college campuses, and maternal and perinatal health in refugee/disaster settings. Across these topics, Emma has worked with academic, government, multilateral and community organizations at state, National and International levels. Emma aims to support the delivery of effective, non-harmful health services and systems that enable equitable achievement of health and well-being for all and that disrupt systemic inequality and oppression in the United States and globally.