Emily writes about politics and culture. Some of her published clips include:  

So You Think You Can Freelance? Three Tips to Help Your Hustle, published in LinkedIn, 2017

Episcopal, Lutheran ministries meet the needs of women farmworkers, published by Episcopal News Service, 2016

You Can Thank the Suburbs for the Trendy Ramen Burritos Downtown, published by Zocalo Public Square, 2016

Book review of Imagining Human Rights in 21st Century Theater, published by the e-misferica journal of New York University's Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, 2013 

Going Beyond Borders with Young Theatre-Makers, published by Theater Communications Group, 2012 

La Culture Cure, published by the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, 2011

The Latin Grammys Go Experimental with Puerto Rican Rap and a Full Orchestra, published by HyperVocal 2011 (was re-tweeted by Grammy-winning group Calle 13)

Unexpected Occupations, Unexpected Successes, published by HyperVocal 2011

Viva el Arte: DC’s Capital Fringe Festival Reminiscent of Cuba, published by HyperVocal 2011

Midnight in the Parisian Belle Epoque, published by HyperVocal 2011

Carter Chic: Clothing in the Boho Nation (Part 2), published by HyperVocal 2011

Carter Chic: Clothing in the Boho Nation (Part 1), published by HyperVocal 2011

Ahora Quien? An Open Letter to Jan Brewer, published by HyperVocal 2011

Meet the New Working Class, published by HyperVocal 2010

Reggaeton on Broadway: No Pare, Sigue, Sigue!, published by Hispanic Link, 2008

She's also addressed these issues in the media. She was part of the team that produced the Emmy-nominated Beyond Borders immigration special with MSNBC, and she's personally spoken about these issues on ABC World News with Dianne Sawyer (below), CNN, the Houston Chronicle, the Associated Press, Radio Bilingue, George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management, and other locales.