University of Wisconsin – Madison, B.A., 2020
Marquette University, J.D. Candidate, (expected 2023)
Emily graduated with a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she majored in Political Science, Legal Studies, and History with a certificate in Criminal Justice. Throughout her time at the University of Wisconsin, Emily was the co-founder and president of Leading Women of Tomorrow, a student run, bipartisan initiative that aims to bridge the gender gap by encouraging more young women to pursue careers in public service. Further, as Vice President of the UW-Madison Lions Club, Emily was able to participate in community service while advancing her leadership and outreach skills.
Emily is currently pursuing a J.D. degree at Marquette University Law School. She is involved in the association for Women Lawyers and the Public Interest Law Society.
Before becoming a paralegal with Levine Eisberner LLC, Emily worked as a policy analyst with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services where she was able to analyze and learn more about public policy.
Outside of school and work, Emily enjoys playing cards, baking, and spending time outside.