As a young climate communications professional, Emilie is looking to dismantle the paradigms of uncertainty and inaction surrounding climate change. Having lived back and forth between France and the United States, she has a global outlook and a cross-cultural identity that allows her to address different audiences holding different values, beliefs and experiences with care, sensitivity, and ease.
Emilie’s work stands at the intersection of climate action, communication, and youth empowerment. She worked in communications for Agritecture, a vertical farming consulting firm, the Climate Museum, and the Zero Hour youth-led climate movement, where she learned the importance of an organization’s consistent, unified voice.
She is a graduate of the Dual B.A. Program between Columbia University and Sciences Po Paris, where she learned the technical literacy needed to understand and communicate raw science to the public.