Emily joined BWA in 2018 and is playing a key role in establishing the new Behaviour Change Graduate Research Industry Partnership program (GRIP).
Emily is working with 18 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.
Before relocating to Melbourne, she 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.