A seasoned director with a bit of professional ADD, Emily has wandered around the nonprofit world creating and launching companies, strengthening existing operations, and resurrecting those organizations once thought dead. With a robust sense of purpose and a resilient sense of humor, she has tackled various organizational, political, and financial issues within the vast nonprofit sector. After two decades in the field, Emily has shifted her focus to consulting with nonprofit organizations and small businesses and to sharing her hands-on entrepreneurial and nonprofit management knowledge through teaching at the collegiate level. Emily has been teaching for JWU since March 2018. Emily possesses a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Tennessee and earned her M.S. in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University. She is a wife, mom, football fan, former theatre geek, and current yogi. Emily is fluent in English and Sarcasm.