Emily Davis began as a research associate at the Indiana University Foundation and was promoted to development analyst in 2011. In addition to assisting her science- and health-related clients with research, she has completed research for the IU and IU Foundation presidents as well as on international prospects. She received her undergraduate degrees from Ball State University and her master’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington. In her free time, she enjoys completing freelance editing and formatting work when not watching Thomas the Train with her toddler. Come hear Emily at the APRA-IN Basics Skills Workshop as she discusses Research Basics - How to Research a Person. She will also be presenting at the APRA-IN Advanced Skills Workshop on Using Social Media, where she will discuss you can learn how to mine and utilize social media resources, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, for prospect research profiles.
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