Emily enjoys collaborating with customers to solve problems and improve processes.
Emily spent 5 years in the process automation industry designing, implementing, and testing process control systems for batch applications. She spent one of those years at a large biotech plant supporting start-up and commissioning activities. During this time, Emily got first-hand experience using data to troubleshoot and improve automated processes. She believes that data analytics will play a large role in the future of automation and is excited to help Seeq customers leverage data to develop efficient solutions.
Emily received her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University (whoop!). She enjoys traveling, scuba diving, skiing, and hiking.