Emily joined BWA in 2018 and is playing a key role in establishing the new Behaviour Change Graduate Research Industry Partnership (GRIP) PhD program and supporting the 18 successful candidates as they go through their GRIP journey as a new cohort working on industry-based projects.
Emily holds an Masters in Cross Disciplinary Art + Design (University of NSW) and a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion and Textile Design (Curtin University). Emily currently lectures in Digital Textile Design at RMIT University. Previously, as Head of School at Fashion Masters, Emily oversaw the re-accreditation and course development of a new Bachelor of Fashion Business program.
Emily has also lectured in the fashion design program at Curtin University and spent five years based in Singapore managing the development of a fashion textiles program at LASALLE College of the Arts where she co-authored two new courses in partnership with Goldsmiths University, UK.