Emily is a junior majoring in Biomechanical Engineering and pursuing an honors and minor in FGSS. She is interested in the influence of sex, gender, and sexuality on healthcare and biomedical innovations, as well as learning about the role of intersectionality in literature and dialogue. Her honors thesis explores themes of trauma, resiliency, and growth in women's experiences with childbirth and motherhood. At Stanford, Emily leads the Women's Health Clinic with Cardinal Free Clinics and serves as President of Stanford Students in Biodesign. She has worked with engineers in Uganda to improve a non-profit organization's maternal health services. In the future, she hopes to combine her passions for engineering and medicine to improve the space of women's health, and believes that the diverse perspectives in the FGSS department will allow her to more critically examine current practices and products.