MA - International Migration
University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies
BA - Politics; Russian and East European Studies
Emma joined Finlandia in August 2020 as Director of Career Services at the Seaton Center for Vocation & Career. Emma works with students to help them identify their career aspirations and to prepare them for life after graduation. Emma is originally from Wyoming and spent five years studying and working abroad in Belgium and several Eastern European countries. She relocated to the Houghton/Hancock area from Washington, D.C., where she worked for five years in the policy sector and in refugee resettlement.
Staff Advisor - Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society; Tri-Alpha Honor Society
Fratzke, Susan and Emma Dorst. 2019. Volunteers and Sponsors: A Catalyst for Refugee Integration?
Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute.
Fratzke, Susan, Lena Kainz, Hanne Beirens, Emma Dorst, and Jessica Bolter. 2019. Refugee Sponsorship
Programmes: A Global State of Play and Opportunities for Investment. Brussels: Migration Policy Institute