Associate, Housing Development Team
Brief info

Passionate about health equity and social justice, Emma graduated Rutgers University with a B.S. in Public Health. Her experience with non-profit organizations includes an internship at Sanctuary Foundation for Veterans, which deepened her understanding of the interconnectedness between accessible resources and health.

Emma’s background has taught her the importance of supporting low-income families and creating inclusive communities where everyone can thrive.

With a belief in housing as a fundamental human right, she aims to address the social determinants of health by promoting access to safe and affordable housing options.

As a new member of Monarch Housing Associates, Emma is dedicated to advancing positive social change. By amplifying the voices of marginalized communities and working towards systemic solutions, she strives to contribute to a more equitable society for all.

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