Emily is instrumental in developing and implementing our diverse and inclusive community programs. A big believer in bridging close relationship within the San Francisco community, Emily sees the importance of strong associations with local schools, artists, musicians, community centers, museums, and parks. Emily also enjoys teaching art classes and workshops to encourage the creative process for Rhoda Goldman Plaza residents.
Emily earned her MA in counseling psychology and art therapy from Notre Dame de Namur University and BAs in psychology and coaching from Alfred University in New York.
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