POSTDOCTORAL NETWORK | Global Change Center
Emily is broadly interested in the relationships between global change, socio-ecological processes, and invasive species. In her current position, she aims to leverage that knowledge to inform adaptive and inclusive management practices at different spatial and geopolitical scales. Current and future projects include integrating invasion science with US policy, understanding stakeholders’ and natural resource managers’ perspectives of invasive species, and leading extension and outreach activities with local communities to develop shared knowledge and solutions about biological invasions. She currently helms the working group’s quarterly newsletter, InVAsion (subscribe here).
As she continues in her career, Emily aspires to couple research and community engagement in the context of biological invasions by working closely with stakeholders on co-produced science. Outside of academia, Emily is a rock climber, an artist, and is currently working on agility training with her dog, Okra.