Emilie served a Specialized Program Manager in AidData's Sustainable Development Intelligence (SDI) program from 2018-2020, where she led business development for the Health Data Innovations program area. She supported AidData’s GIS Innovation Challenge, building an Open Data Center for Health, a one-stop shop, for HIV/AIDS decision-makers in Cote d’Ivoire. Previously, she managed AidData's DREAMS Innovation Challenge project in Zambia, applying data to increase impact through the development of a decision support tool for stakeholders on Zambia's National AIDS/HIV Council. Prior to joining AidData she has worked on a number of health systems strengthening programs in sub-Saharan Africa, including implementing patient-centered delivery approaches aimed at improving HIV treatment services in Zambia. Emilie received her BA in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and her MPH in International Health from Boston University.