She worked at the Roskamp Institute, a medical research facility in Florida, for two years writing articles and research briefs. While she mainly covered neurodegenerative diseases, she also worked with traumatic brain injury material and overall illness prevention material.
Secondly, she has worked for about a year at the Lowe Institute of Political Economy as a writer. At the Lowe she writes research briefs and articles covering their research. Her writing is then published in informational pamphlets, so she have experience in both digesting and summarizing complicated material, as well as in conveying that material at a level non-industry readers will understand. Additionally, at the Lowe she has written many articles based on interviews she personally conducted as well as several transcripts of interviews.
She has worked for half of a year with the Center for Writing and Public Discourse at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California. She works as a tutor, focusing on idea generation, organization, and proofreading.
Lastly, Emma has written creatively for years. She won an American Voices medal in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and was later published in a collection of winning works. She has pieces published or forthcoming in Discourse, 49 Pages, and The Adroit Journal. This passion in creative writing led to her involvement in several literary magazines, most notably The Blueshift Journal, where she's worked for three years. Within Blueshift, she worked her way up from an intern position to Prose Editor. Her responsibilities include managing submissions, choosing content, line editing, and producing creative non-fiction for Blueshift's blog.