Associate, Client Services
Emma conducts patient-centered research and analysis of the healthcare landscape to support clients’ needs throughout the development process for biopharmaceutical products. She brings knowledge of biological research and public health to inform her mission of raising patients’ voices in the drug development process.
Before starting at VOZ, Emma worked in the nonprofit space focusing on policy research for children’s health, disability rights, and poverty reduction, as well as governmental work supporting domestic violence programming. Her commitment to equity and social justice now drives her work at VOZ to advocate for patients’ health and wellbeing.
Emma holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Scripps College and a Master of Public Health from Columbia University.