Emma Troller joined Fort Point Associates in 2017, bringing experience in neighborhood development, urban planning and design, and community engagement. She graduated from the University of Virginia School of Architecture in 2016 with a B.S. in Urban and Environmental Planning and a minor in Global Sustainability.
Prior to joining FPA, Ms. Troller worked as a research assistant for Paths to Pier 42, a New York City parks organization where she interviewed local stakeholders to evaluate and report on arts-based, community-led responses to waterfront planning and development. She additionally held positions at the Ipswich Planning and Development Department and a number of nonprofit organizations, where she gained experience in regulatory planning, community development, and affordable housing.