Emma worked on the Arc Publishing team at The Washington Post.
She worked in the onboarding division performing ETL tasks.
ETL was performed from many and varied CMS and data formats into the open source ANS format used through Arc Publishing.
Emma worked on the PBS.org performing full stack development on one of the most viewed websites on the Internet.
Backend tasks were performed in Python 3 with Django.
Emma worked on the LOC.gov team at the Library of Congress.
She largely focused on improving backend maintainability and accessibility following Section 508.
Emma was a founding member and data scientist at icitizen.
icitizen was a political social network that focused on engagement and civic responsibility to vote, as well as engagement with elected officials.
While at icitizen Emma used Python to create a machine learning content recommendation system, BI dashboards, and ETL tasks from many state, local and federal government agencies.
She was the lead designer for all data stored at icitizen.
Emma was a Co-Founder of GovGraph, LLC.
She performed data analytics on public Congressional data using NumPy, SciPy and NetworkX.
She also built a single page application’s frontend and backend using Angular and Django.
GovGraph was later acquired by icitizen.