What else does Emilie do?
Emilie works full time as a children's theatre educator. She is a camp director and teaching artist at The Westchester Sandbox Theatre and Artistree Performing Arts. At Artistree, she is part of their college advisory program where she helps upperclassmen in high school apply to BFA/BA Theatre programs across the country.
At the young age of four, Emilie was diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome. Her parents realized that while on her feet channeling those creative juices, she no longer twitched as much. Theatre was her outlet to let loose, build community, and ultimately feel safe. As an educator, she advocates for actors from all backgrounds. Her goal is to teach the next generation of actors to accept others for their differences before casting judgement.
If you have a child seeking private scene work or monologue lessons, please reach out to Emilie via her contact form.
Emilie is also a freelance brand consultant, social media manager and personal stylist. Since a young age she's had a #PassionForFashion. In college she was the brand ambassador for the international, sustainable shopping app Depop, as well as modeled for both U of M's leading fashion publication, Shei Magazine and LF Stores online branding.
In early 2020, she launched her styling services called The Emilie Ensemble where she offers a multitude of services from hourly personal (or online) shopping, to closet detoxes.
Last but most certainly not least, Emilie is a proud full-time #DogMom to her lab/spaniel mix named Phoebe (yes, that is Phoebe Buffay).
In 2018, Emilie rescued Phoebe and then founded the first social and philanthropic dog club at The University of Michigan called The Barking Wolverine.
Every now and then Emilie returns to campus to hold a "Dogs on the Diag" event.