Emily Fine serves as the Ohio program officer for the Morgan Family Foundation, where she has primary responsibility for working with nonprofit grantees in Yellow Springs, evaluating submitted proposals and current grant results. She also lends a helping hand as the Foundation navigates new projects. Previously, she helped with the Portland, Oregon Initiative on Youth Homelessness and she is currently working to help establish a new grantmaking area focused on Advance Care Planning in Central Minnesota. Emily also works as a philanthropic consultant with various nonprofit organizations across the United States. She has a BA in Business from Michigan State University, and an MA in Philanthropic Studies from Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Emily has spent her volunteer time as a board member of the Women’s History Project of Greene County and Yellow Springs Soccer, Inc. as well as a member of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation Grant Review and Finance Investment Committees. She currently volunteers with the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven on the grants review team. She has a deep passion for books and literacy and is a volunteer with Talking Books for the Blind as well as the co-host of the Book Cougars podcast, where she discusses books and biblio adventures. Originally from Yellow Springs, Emily currently lives in Guilford, Connecticut and has two grown children.