Inspire and prepare all students to pursue high impact environmental careers aligned with their individual abilities, experiences and interests.
Emily is a third year MEM/MBA joint degree with the Yale School of Management interested in building mission-driven food brands. In her second summer, Emily interned at Danone North America, the world's largest B Corp, as an Innovation Marketing intern for the company's plant based yogurt portfolio. In the previous summer, Emily interned at Pepperidge Farm as an MBA Marketing Intern in the Distinctive Cookies division. Before coming to F&ES, she worked in sustainability and international development with over 100 chocolate and cocoa companies at the World Cocoa Foundation. Emily hopes to continue helping fellow FESers position themselves for success in their internship and job searches as a Peer Career Advisor this fall.
Emily will hold drop in hours in Kroon Cafe for job search materials review.
Kathy has eighteen years of experience in career development and student services at Yale University. She served for five years at Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as Recruitment Coordinator for PhD and masters candidates in tech, investment banking, and management consulting. Kathy is an active member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). She is an alumna of the NACE Management Leadership Institute, is active with the NACE STEM Coalition, and served on the task force for the NACE Leadership Advancement Program. Kathy is a certified Myers-Brigg Practitioner, a certified LGBTQ SafeZone Trainer, and a member of the National Career Development Association. In 2018, she was honored to be selected by the graduating F&ES class for the "People's Choice Award" for her leadership at the school.
Kathy holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, an M.F.A. in Museum Studies, a B.A. in Studio Art, and is a practicing poet. She has served the New Haven community on the Board of the YMCA Youth Center, an organization committed to at-risk youth. She is a founding neighbor of the Nash Street Community Park, an Urban Resources Initiative urban restoration project.