Emma brings a wide-ranging cultural knowledge and keen organizational skills to her role as executive assistant at RHB. She earned her BA in history, with a minor in art history, from Wake Forest University in 2016 after spending a year at the Royal College of Music in London. Before joining the team at RHB, she served as executive assistant to the Chief Communications Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Prior to working at the Met, she worked as a sales administrator at Sotheby’s. Emma is passionate about planning and logistics, as well as research and discovery. When not at the office, she enjoys playing music, traveling, visiting museums and exploring her interest in horticulture.