Emily is the Program Manager for the Collaborative Care and Community Engagement Program at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). She received Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Applied Mathematical Economics from the University of Dayton and her Master’s degree in Public Health at Boston University with a concentration in Epidemiology. She has lived and worked with underserved populations in Thailand, Ghana, Swaziland, and Zambia, focusing on community development, health education, and outreach – including two years as a United States Peace Corps volunteer. She began managing clinical research projects with Dr. Nadine Tung at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, focusing on breast cancer genetics and banking protocols.Since then, she has served as the Program Manager for the Lazarex-MGH Cancer Care Equity Program and the MGH-Merck Alliance for Patient-Centered Cancer Care Patient Navigation Program, which both focus on increasing access and equity, improving health outcomes, and reducing financial burden for underserved cancer patients in the Boston area. Emily joined the Cancer and Mental Health Collaborative in February 2019 and is excited to be working with such a dedicated coalition of clinicians, caregivers, advocates, and people with lived experience.