Emily Schwimmer is a member of AECOM’s Sustainable Economics practice where she works with public agencies and non-profits to fund, finance, and implement projects that aim to protect the environment, address socio-economic inequities, and improve the resiliency of communities. Prior to AECOM, Emily worked with public agencies to design and implement a variety of infrastructure projects, ranging from highway and rail to green infrastructure and bike lanes, and non-profits to develop community reinvestment and environmental restoration projects. Emily has a master’s in urban planning from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and a master’s in urbanization and development from the London School of Economics.

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