Emily Ianacone is a current New Economy Maryland Fellow.

Emily received her BFA in Graphic Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She worked in Philadelphia for six years as a graphic designer and art director, creating graphic identities and branding materials for a range of local and global clients. After moving back to Rochester, Emily spent three years teaching Public & Social Service Design at RIT where students were teamed up with local nonprofits. Most recently, she worked in Advancement Communications at University of Rochester developing print and online materials for fundraising initiatives.

Emily serves on the board for Girls Rock! Rochester, a nonprofit summer music camp for girls that works to build self-confidence and leadership skills through music creation and performance. She handles their year-round marketing needs as their volunteer Creative Director and teaches the band art workshop during the week of camp.