Emily grew up in Northern California in a sustainable farming and ranching environment and she attended Connecticut College where she double majored in Environmental Studies and Anthropology. After college she attended Flinders University of South Australia for a Masters Degree in Environmental Management and a second Bachelors Degree in Education. She spent nine years managing Tribal Environmental Programs in California and Nevada. Emily's work with the Intertribal Agriculture Council focuses on outreach, sustainability, climate change, water resources, regeneration, and food sovereignty.
Emily will be part of the panel discussion on "Regenerative Agriculture: impact and outcomes" on Day 1.