Emily lives in Minneapolis and works as an Aquatics Specialist at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. She is currently in a dual master’s program at Century College/Concordia University studying Orthotics and Prosthetics. Emily discovered ROMP and the O&P field while living in Ecuador. Emily lives a very active life in Minnesota – rock climbing, skiing, biking, canoeing – she loves sharing her passions with others through her involvement in adaptive sports and Climbing for ROMP.
“Mobility is independence. It gives me the confidence to take on the world. Mobility gives me joy and it has taken me on some pretty amazing adventures. To be part of a team where the main goal is to give someone back their mobility is truly humbling. I am honored to be part of an organization that has such a positive impact on people lives and I can’t wait to see what ROMP has in store for the future!”