Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Emma is a senior (C’21) at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Economics, with a minor in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. She is also a Master’s student in the Behavioral and Decision Sciences program at Penn. Having worn hearing aids since middle school, she is passionate about disability rights and discrimination awareness, in addition to the law and behavioral economics. During her summers, she has been a legislative intern in the Washington, D.C. office of Senator Bill Nelson, a research assistant at Penn Law's Penn Program on Regulation, and a legal intern at the University of Miami Law School researching the City of Miami’s laws regarding the homeless. During the school year, she is a research assistant at Penn Law and in the Penn Climate Econometrics Research Group. On campus, Emma is a tour guide for the Kite and Key Society, an Academic Committee member of the Undergraduate Economics Society, co-president of the American Sign Language club, Chief Research Officer of Smart Woman Securities, and founder of Disability Advocacy @ Penn.