Emily is an intern architect with professional experience at various building scales, where she managed conceptual designs, working and shop drawings, and client coordination. Other experience includes marketing and communication expertise in graphic and visual presentations, millwork detailing, interior design, and graphic identities for small business owners working in food and hospitality. Emily also has diverse volunteer experience in health-related causes and the Stop, a non-profit focused on feeding Toronto's most vulnerable. As an architecture student, she contributed to 325 Magazine and was a research assistant for student exhibitions. Other interests include playing the piano. Emily received her graduate and undergraduate architectural education from Toronto Metropolitan University.