Emily’s professional experience spans the resources, government and not-for-profit sectors, where she has developed a person-centred approach.
This ensures that collaboration and capacity-building are core to her project delivery approach. Emily’s Bachelor of Chemical Engineering helped form a strong analytical foundation on which she is keen to build in her consulting work.
- Planned and delivered educational programs in the Northern Territory (NT) to create opportunities for students experiencing disadvantage
- Led the implementation of a new grants management platform for a local government team
- Developed resources to showcase the growing capabilities of an emerging division within a construction engineering organisation
- Volunteered as Acting State Director of Western Australia’s Oaktree branch – an international youth development organisation – guiding new online engagement strategies to support fundraising during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Completed an internship at South32, where she worked as part of a team to lead a renewable energy trial to power an alumina refinery.
Outside of Nous
Emily is passionate about using education as a tool to break the disadvantage cycle. This has motivated her work volunteering as a tutor for refugee and migrant students and partnering with schools to increase educational outcomes for students experiencing disadvantage.
In Emily’s most recent role, she co-developed a workplace initiative to advance team members’ understanding of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories and knowledge. She also holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) from Curtin University.
In her spare time...
Having recently moved to the Top End, Emily enjoys getting outdoors camping, hiking or exploring remote areas. She also loves reading, seeing live music and trying hard to play AFL.