Emily is a PhD candidate based at Cornell Tech. Her research examines the implications of today’s data-hungry technologies for our systems of safety, health, and well-being, and how we can build towards more caring futures via meaningful participation in technology. She has worked on computer security and privacy for survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), mental health in the workplace, digital psychotherapy platforms, and co-design for community health. Prior to the PhD, she earned a BA at Princeton University focused on Global Health & Health Policy and an M.S. at Cornell Tech. In previous lives she worked as a radio, print, and multimedia journalist, conducted epidemiology research, and built health tech products at a startup. She is advised primarily by Nicola Dell and Deborah Estrin.