Emma recently graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Advanced Finance and Economics (Honours). Emma maintains her role with the University’s School of Economics teaching introductory statistics, microeconomics, and financial institutions. Studying as a Vice-Chancellor’s scholar, Emma was awarded academic prizes for being the highest-achieving female student in her cohort. Throughout her studies, she completed an exchange with Harvard University and undertook her honours project investigating the commercial viability of large-scale battery energy arbitrage within the Australian market. With experience in private equity and consulting, Emma has previously worked for the Queensland Investment Company’s Global Infrastructure team and within Deloitte’s Energy Financial Advisory team. In 2018, Emma was awarded one of six international Women in Business Scholarships by Zonta Club for demonstrating outstanding potential within the field.