“My job gives me a chance to contribute to two things that are important to me: keeping kids safe and educating families.”
Emily grew up in Oklahoma with a love for children, education and global health. She has been working with children in academic and community settings since she was a teenager. With a background in psychology and public health, Emily draws from her academic and professional experience in behavioral health, health education and injury prevention and her Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center to develop educational programs and initiatives at Safe Kids.
Every day, six teens are killed in a motor vehicle crash in the U.S. In fact, crashes are the leading cause of death for teens, ahead of all other types of injury, violence or disease. Learn More »