Emily Bloomfield (Cont.)
reduce the race and age gap in voting, and build a culture of voting in K-12 schools. She is a co-founder and board member of Monument Academy Public Charter School in Washington, DC, which is designed to work with students and families who have experienced trauma and adversity, including involvement in foster care, homelessness, abuse, neglect, and loss. She also serves on the board of DC127. Earlier experiences include serving as a board member on the DC Public Charter School Board, and prior to that as an elected school board member in California. She also held positions in technology, media and economic consulting at the outset of her career.
Emily has a BA from the University of Chicago, an MPA from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, and an MPhil in Economics from Oxford and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Duke Divinity School. She is also a Pahara-Aspen Fellow.