At UCLA’s Intergroup Relations, Emma works directly with students, staff, faculty, and administrators on issues surrounding race, class, gender, sexual orientation, interfaith cooperation, and intercultural competency. Emma previously worked with SDI on mentoring students, developing the Sustained Dialogue retreats, and making color-coded spreadsheets. Emma comes to dialogue from an extensive conflict resolution and social justice background. She facilitated and participated in Intergroup Dialogues as an undergraduate, with a group of Muslims and Jews in Los Angeles in the NewGround project, and during six months in Israel with Tikkun Olam in Tel Aviv-Yafo. She is a proud alumna of Mount Holyoke College and earned her MA at the George Washington University.