Emily uses her blend of organizational savvy, strong communication and positive energy to keep Lauber Community Partners’ projects running smoothly behind the scenes. Emily joined Lauber in January 2020 as a business development coordinator and recruiter and was thrilled to be part of the team that launched Lauber Community Partners. She believes deeply in the power of nonprofits to strengthen our community and loves using her skills to support Lauber’s operational needs and ultimately help mission-driven organizations succeed.
Emily graduated summa cum laude from Cardinal Stritch University, where she double-majored in communication and business and earned the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award. An ardent environmentalist, Emily was the founding president of her university’s Eco Club and organized the first Earth Week on campus to inspire others to live a more sustainable life. She has always looked for ways to give back to the community, whether by building a house for Habitat for Humanity, providing childcare for Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Wounded Warriors Program, or caring for the farm animals at Tiny Hooves Animal Sanctuary. She is grateful for the opportunity to help nonprofits in a new way through her work at Lauber Community Partners.