Emma brings a wide range of experience in advocacy, research, and public policy to Rabin Martin. From her experience in the nonprofit sector, Emma brings a passion for ensuring every individual can access high-quality health care services. In order to achieve health equity, Emma is particularly interested in working to address the social determinants of health that produce health disparities. At Rabin Martin, Emma focuses on:
- Designing strategies to ensure success and sustainability of global health initiatives
- Conducting research to support and inform improvements in global health quality of care
- Developing communications and advocacy materials to advance client initiatives
Prior to joining the firm, Emma worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Project on Prosperity and Development where she researched development finance, supply chain resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic, and emerging technology to support achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Her previous experiences also include working for organizations in the nonprofit sector, where she supported UNICEF USA’s Major Gifts department and worked with global health nonprofits, including Lwala Community Alliance, Project C.U.R.E., and Vennue Foundation.
BA, Medicine, Health, & Society; Political Science; History of Art