Emma finished her education degree in La Paz and continued teaching, serving in her church, and working with BQEF. She joined the QUIP youth book project editorial board, and attended FWCC translation workshops for interpreters.
Emma is currently a student at Earlham School of Religion, in their Masters of Divinity program. She will spend some time this summer traveling and visiting among Friends in the U.S. to tell them about Friends in Bolivia. Look for her at FGC's Gathering, Illinois Yearly Meeting, New York Yearly Meeting, and other Friends gatherings.
We still could go on glowingly about her for ages.
We could go on - glowingly - about Emma for ages, but she's very modest and we would not want to embarass her.
She's currently working on her thesis and defense for Education degree. Emma also teaches part time at Colegio Emanuel, spent time as a teaching intern at Westtown School, has helped out in the BQE-Bo office on the Scholarship Committee, supervises the English program, coordinates lodging and school assignments for visiting volunteers, and volunteers herself to assist others with translations necessary for their studies.
Emma is a member of Santidad Yearly Meeting and a marvel.