Rachel Emas

Rachel Emas

Rachel Emas

Associate Teaching Professor and Co-Director of the Master of Arts in Environmental Resource Policy (MA-ENRP)


Contact:

Email: Rachel Emas
805 21st St. NW Washington, DC 20052

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dr. Rachel Emas is an Associate Teaching Professor and Co-Director of the and Co-Director of the Master of Arts in Environmental and Natural Resource Policy (MA-ENRP) at the Trachtenberg School at George Washington University. Prof. Emas's research revolves around sustainability and environmental policies, especially around sustainable and equitable urban food systems. Rachel also studies public service pedagogy and inclusive teaching practices. 

Previously, Rachel was at the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark where she served as the Director of the Executive MPA, traditional MPA, and Online MPA programs.

Professor Emas' CV


Sustainability Policy

Sustainable Development

Public Service Pedagogy

Introduction to Public Administration Capstone

Florida International University: Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs, 2015
University of Central Florida: Master of Arts in Political Science and Policy Analysis, 2009
Florida State University: Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2007