Emily maintains financial records and reporting for WARM’s city, state, federal and private sector grants. She is always looking for ways to decrease our overhead costs and maximize the dollars spent to directly reduce energy consumption in the community.
Emily has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and, though she never imagined she would end up working in accounting instead of theoretical math, she has managed the finances of two other non-profits before coming to WARM.
Along with other WARM employees, Emily regularly bikes to work and grows produce in a local community garden. She enjoys the attitude of colleagues in making energy efficiency a part of their lives.