With almost 15 years of strategic marketing and planning experience, Emily helps leaders build brands that drive meaningful business progress.
She’s a creative problem-solver — equally thrilled by thinking big and making order — and is happiest on misty mornings by the pond at her childhood home in Vermont.
- For you, what makes Lippincott a special place to work?
I get to solve interesting problems with kind, clever and interesting people.
- Which projects have been the most meaningful to you?
In my years at Lippincott, I’ve worked on two mission-based media brands that have each played outsized roles in shaping the person I’ve become. Getting a chance to not only “look under the hoods” of those businesses, but to also contribute to their ongoing success was profoundly thrilling on a personal level. It’s always an honor to support companies I deeply believe in.
- If you weren’t in this profession, what would you be?
A tango dancer, running a B&B.
- What is your favorite book?
Any British mystery will do. They make me feel like the world is solvable.
- What did school actually teach you?
How to identify motivations and trends and how to tell stories that move people.
B.A. English, Yale University
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