currently serves as the COCAbiz Program Manager. She is primarily responsible for managing the day to day activities of the COCAbiz program, assisting in COCAbiz curriculum development, and co-facilitating COCAbiz workshops with a variety of corporate clients. She also currently serves as a Diversity Trainer and Facilitator for the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), particularly working with their “Concepts of Beauty & Bias” program at the St. Louis Art Museum. In Spring 2017, she served as the Map Room Facilitator for the St. Louis Map Room project, a St. Louis-based collaboration between COCA and Jer Thorp’s Office for Creative Research in New York City. Emily holds a B.A. from Hollins University. She volunteers as a member of the Young Friends of the International Institute of St. Louis.