Emily Campbell graduated from Dalhousie University with a Masters of Architecture in 2013. Her studies focused on integrating diverse housing into historic neighbourhoods and culminated in a thesis titled “Building a Neighbourhood”. She founded a non-profit organization called Assembly and led two seasons of the Wandering Pavilion, a pop-up public space that incited positive and proactive conversation reimagining urban communities. After almost 7,000hrs of working as an intern architect Emily started her own business, Yorabode, where she now helps homeowners take care of their homes. She walks her lovably crazy pup for two hours every day, prefers decaf coffee and often feels the need to be in or around water. Emily believes in empowering communities and individuals to shape their built environment fostering wellness and community.