An analytical thinker at heart, Emily uses data analysis and modeling practices to assess the safety, operational benefits, and fundability of roadway projects. By distilling complex information into something complete, accurate, and understandable to the general public, she can help municipalities and their residents make informed decisions about transportation improvements.
One of the most fulfilling aspects of Emily’s work is identifying key patterns in high risk roadway corridors and proposing engineering controls that will help prevent future crashes—and hopefully save lives. Her experience includes roadway safety studies for clients such as the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT).
Outside of work, Emily sings in choral performances and rings the English handbells. She also seeks to engage the next generation of engineers, volunteering with the FIRST Robotics Competition and connecting local high school students to Stantec activities through the New York Chapter of Stantec’s Developing Professionals Group.