Emma joined EarthOptics because of her interests in sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation. Emma's previous experience is diverse and includes working with a nonprofit large breed dog rescue, coaching competitive cheer, and being an administrative assistant. While pursuing a Environmental Science degree, Emma completed various research projects that range from analyzing soil samples from agricultural fields to interpreting the impacts of climate change on polar bear population dynamics. Emma is excited about learning more about using the advanced technologies that are employed at EarthOptics.
Emma is from Indiana and completed her undergraduate degree in Environmental Science at the University of Southern Indiana. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, snow skiing, and boating. She is also very passionate about animal rescue.