Emma is currently working at Jaguar Land Rover on the Engineering Graduate Scheme in the Body Engineering department. As part of the scheme, she is carrying out a number of placements in different departments throughout the business.
Previously, Emma worked at the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in the Knowledge Exchange Team on a 12-month internship. She carried out work with the newly formed Natural Materials Association and several projects for the Materials and Design Exchange (MaDE), part of the Materials KTN, including a project on end of life vehicles with Jaguar Land Rover.
She gained a first class Masters degree in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge where she specialised in Materials Science. Her Masters research project on the 'Characterisation of Biomaterials for use in a novel spinal implant' won the IOM3 prize for best research project and was subsequently nominated for the R H raven Award.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys playing netball, cooking and travelling.