Emma has a background in international organizations and NGOs in the environment and sustainability sector, working on policy, advocacy and project management. Her previous experience focused on the green transition and corruption issues within the extractive sector with the OECD, and sustainability in the built environment with the International Union of Architects. Emma has volunteered for marine conservation initiatives for many years and holds a Masters in Environmental Policy from Sciences Po Paris, specializing in marine issues. She joined the DSCC as Advocacy Program Officer in December 2021. Emma is a Franco-British citizen and is based in the south of France.