Minnesota State Government Experience
In the Minnesota State Capitol, Emily served in various roles and responsibilities as a legislative assistant to the House Majority Leader, field organizer for the DFL House Caucus and an independent contractor. As a field organizer, Emily was in charge of the grassroots organizing in three different House districts. As legislative assistant to the Majority Leader, she was the liaison between the Majority Leader and government officials, lobbyists and the general public. Emily also served as the committee legislative assistant for the Rules & Legislative Administration Committee.
While earning her master’s degree, Emily studied in Belgium, Germany and Slovakia, and conducted a case study on water resource management in Jordan. With 30 classmates from 17 countries around the world, Emily enhanced her ability to keep an open mind and find common ground among cultures. Between her second and third semesters, she joined 11 classmates in Slovakia for a case study looking at the local implementation of the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy’s (CAP) rural development funds. Throughout her coursework and this case study, Emily learned not only about the technicalities of the CAP, but also the perceptions of the program held by different Europeans. In Jordan, Emily and her colleagues traveled to rural villages to conduct interviews for the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur International Zisammenarbeit (GIZ) in their attempt to decrease the impact of water scarcity in the region.
Emily is a consulting professional within Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting, and does not act as a lawyer for clients. Learn more about the Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting practice.
Emily is an extrovert at heart and enjoys traveling, both domestically and abroad. She has a love of carrot juice and the Minnesota Gopher sports teams.