Emily Sidla joined Barr in 2013, providing support to both the Climate and Global program teams. Emily is now a full-time member of the Climate team, contributing to the program’s interests in clean energy and climate resiliency and working on grantmaking activities. She also supports organizations with ongoing work that is part of Barr’s legacy Global program. She has more than 10 years of experience working at and with nonprofit organizations.
Emily earned a master’s degree in public policy from Brown University and a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and French from the University of Connecticut, including coursework at the Sorbonne in Paris during a study year abroad. She has also completed coursework on Global Climate Change at the Harvard Extension School.