Emily Maust is DRLC’s part-time Communications Director. She assists with DRLC’s social media, newsletters, website, press, and promotional and print materials for DRLC’s events, including the annual FDR Dinner.

Emily previously has worked as an editor, writer, and event and portrait photographer. She has served as a preschool teacher, as a coordinator of weekly community programs for middle school and high school students, and as a caregiver for children in the final stages of their parent’s metastatic breast cancer. As an undergraduate, she assisted STEM startups with internal communications, technical writing, and medical research filing and organization. Her volunteer experience includes community fundraising, farm work and animal rehabilitation, sacred music, and immigration advocacy and resource-mapping. Prior to her role at DRLC, she assisted nonprofit clients including First Look Media and the Syrian American Medical Society with their development needs.

Emily is an outdoor enthusiast, nonfiction writer, and ultramarathoner. Her personal history of acute tickborne illness and post-car accident symptom management shapes the perspective behind her work at DRLC and in the broader community.

She graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania, in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and French.

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