Master of Architecture, 2008, Washington University
Bachelor of Science, Interior Design, 2003, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
While serving as an architectural designer for Trivers from 2008-2012, Emily taught Architectural Representation and Digital Modeling classes at Washington University. She relocated to Memphis, Tennessee, where she worked on a variety of projects for Looney Ricks Kiss Architects. In 2014, she returned to St. Louis and Trivers Associates, working on projects such as the AIA-award winning Flance Early Learning Center and the Art & Design East Envelope replacement project at SIUE.