Emily is an associate at Foley Hoag LLP in Boston, where she works in litigation and labor and employment, and a pro bono practice including civil rights litigation and immigration. She received her JD from Harvard Law School in 2016, after which she clerked for the Honorable Denise J. Casper, in the U.S. District Court for District of Massachusetts.
Emily grew up in Armonk, NY, and she received her BA in sociology from NYU in 2011. Emily’s experience working with nonprofit organizations began in college, when she spent a semester as an intern at Amnesty International USA. After graduating, she spent a year teaching English to children in Metz, France, after which she worked as a project manager at Innovative Philanthropy, providing development consulting and assistance–largely through grant review and major fundraising event planning–to nonprofits and foundations in New York City.
What does “Brave” mean to you?
Trusting yourself and your inner strength to carry you forward–in your principles, choices, words, and actions–despite whatever pressure you face to do the opposite.
What song is energizing you today?
“Make Me Feel” -Janelle Monáe
Where did your family immigrate from?
Italy and somewhere in Eastern Europe
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