Emily Lowe is a third-year MBA and Master of Environmental Management (MEM) candidate at the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Her interests focus on the human-environmental interaction and the opportunities for innovation and the application of technology within complex systems. In addition to her studies, she also serves as a teaching fellow for Managing Global Catastrophes and The Future of Food: Science, Law, and Policy.
She spent the summer with AECOM, a premier engineering and design firm that designs, builds, finances, and operates infrastructure around the globe. She had the opportunity to work across multiple corporate teams including FP&A, Corporate Responsibility, and Strategy. Previously she interned with JetBlue on their Infrastructure, Properties, and Development Team and the Yale Office of Emergency Management. In addition, she has advised and worked on several social entrepreneurship startups such as Cloud to Street. Prior to matriculation, Emily spent several years doing business development, operations, and strategy at a technology startup in San Francisco.
Emily graduated from Harvard with a joint degree in Earth & Planetary Sciences and Anthropology where her studies culminated in an honors thesis analyzing the impact of sea level changes on human migration. In addition to participation in various extracurricular activities, Emily is a Forté Foundation Fellow, Carl W. Knobloch Jr. Fellow, CBEY 2050 Fellow, MBArk alumna, Climate Change and Health Initiative Associate, and YCCI Fellow at Yale.