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Emma is working closely with the GRAID programme management, as well as with the administration team on programme coordination, administration and financials.
Emma has previously worked with private sector collaboration for the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). She was working both in the project management for the network Swedish Leadership for Sustainable Development, and administrating the programme Innovations Against Poverty, which supports local entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Emma has also worked as an Environmental Officer at the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing, China, where she reported on climate, environment and urbanisation. Before that Emma worked as Second Secretary at the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing. In the beginning of her career she worked as Carbon Project Manager for Climate Action in Beijing, a company that connected individuals and companies to carbon reduction projects.
Emma has a Master Degree in International Politics from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Economics from School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University.