Emma graduated with an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business with a Certificate in Sustainable Investing. While pursuing her MBA, Emma interned at Gratitude Railroad and ZX Ventures (the global investment and innovation group of Anheuser Busch InBev). She also served as a Principal of the Sustainable Investment Fund ($4.5M ESG fund) and Venture Partner of the Haas Impact Fund.
Emma started her career as a management consultant at the McChrystal Group working with tech companies in the US and Asia. After earning a postgraduate degree in Peace & Conflict Studies as a fully funded R&A Ransome Scholar at the University of St. Andrews, she led domestic financial inclusion programming at the Clinton Global Initiative. As the Director of Grant Programs at Comic Relief, Emma developed and implemented the grantmaking strategy for the Red Nose Day Fund. In this role, she managed a portfolio of $167 million in active social impact investments and launched a new $6 million innovation fund.
Vulnerability over apathy; novels over non-fiction; sunrises over sunsets; forests over beaches; deep talk over small talk; love over everything else.