I’ve always believed that the way our communities are built go hand in hand with the lifestyles we choose. Creating opportunities for biking and walking has the potential to reduce our contributions to climate change, promote our physical and mental health, and increase our sense of belonging. At Alta, I hope to design communities in a way that helps people to live the lifestyle they want.


Emily has more than three years of experience in both the public and private sectors. She graduated with a Master’s from the University of Utah in 2018, where she studied urban and ecological planning. After graduating, Emily worked as a long range planner for one of the fastest growing cities in Utah and tackled problems related to brownfields redevelopment, affordable housing, neighborhood visioning, and active transportation. Many of her projects involved working in ArcGIS, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office, as well as independently organizing and conducting successful community engagement events. As a passionate cyclist and outdoor enthusiast, Emily is thrilled to be working in the active transportation field to sustainably develop outdoor recreation opportunities and promote access to natural spaces.