Emily is a second-year MBA student at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
At Fuqua, Emily is concentrating in Health Sector Management and Entrepreneurship & Innovation, and was co-chair of the 2020 Duke MBA Healthcare Conference. Prior to business school, Emily spent four years as a consultant in Deloitte’s public sector practice. In this role she helped develop and launch an outcomes-based military healthcare program for the Pentagon, led process improvement and growth initiatives for a population health organization, and supported digital transformations at numerous government agencies. During her MBA summer, Emily interned at Walmart Health where she worked with the business and product teams on omnichannel healthcare and value-based pricing projects. During the academic year, Emily completed a fellowship at NC IDEA, a local seed-stage fund, where she evaluated investment opportunities supporting underserved populations and founders in North Carolina. She also served as a student board member of a local wellness-focused non-profit. Emily graduated from Princeton University in 2015 with a degree in Politics, where she was a four-year Division 1 Track & Field athlete. Outside of school, Emily is a yoga instructor and launched her own yoga business in 2020.Back To Team