Emily implements investment policy in portfolios with differing financial objectives and social concerns, and attends to regular communications with clients while maintaining systems and controls for all aspects of portfolio management and compliance with best practices. She also assists in screening and shareholder advocacy. Previously, she worked as a senior development and policy associate at Bridgeway Capital, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in Pittsburgh, PA. There she helped develop new loan programs through research and grant writing, identified new sources of capital for Bridgeway’s existing loan programs, and worked on public policy issues. Her diverse background includes work as a private equity placement associate at Triago LLC in New York, as well as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ivory Coast, West Africa. Emily received her MBA with High Honors and MA of Social and Public Policy from Duquesne University and focused her Master’s thesis on corporate social responsibility in commercial banks. She received her BA in International Relations from Boston University. Outside of work she enjoys exploring the city with her husband and children, reading about the latest sustainability issues, and playing the guitar.