Program Specialist III — Family Assistance Program
Emily is from Newton, MA. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Justice from American University and Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan. Her professional background has most recently been in the area of assisted reproductive technology.
In her last job, she assisted vulnerable clients with fertility preservation before starting medical treatment. Prior to that, she worked as a Case Manager for a permanent supportive housing program. In her free time, Emily enjoys exploring local restaurants and museums, and traveling with friends. A favorite recent trip was hiking at Glacier National Park in Montana.
“I believe that the work JFS does is important because it covers a wide range of services that adjusts to meet the needs of individuals and families. It also provides the opportunity to engage with clients on a human level.”