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Emma serves as a Lead Associate in Booz Allen’s Strategic Innovation Group, where she is responsible for developing the firm’s Machine Intelligence (MI) strategy. In this role, she works with public, private, and social sector leaders to understand the opportunities and challenges in using machine learning, high-performance computing, and other machine intelligence (MI) technologies to improve business and society. In previous roles, Emma was a counter-terrorism analyst at the Department of Defense, a strategic cyber security researcher for Fortune 500 executives, and a developer new products and business strategy for a leading private sector firm. She has been published in The Atlantic and Information Weekly. Emma graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern University with a B.S. in criminal justice, political science, and international affairs. She lives in Washington, D.C.