Emma is the Domestic Outreach and Research Assistant at the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
Emma holds a BA in Political Science with a minor in Economics from Macalester College. In previous work, she has explored the relationship between access to federal child care subsidy programs and state eligibility policies, the role of teacher unions in anti-racism work, and conducted corporate strategic research for a local restaurant worker center. Emma also brings experience organizing with labor unions and worker centers in the Twin Cities. At CEPR, Emma is excited to examine private equity and healthcare, antitrust, labor power, and social programs.