Emma Brooks

Marketing Specialist

About Emma:

Emma Brooks is a Marketing Specialist at Linkage, where she assists the team with social media management, content creation, email marketing, and more. She enjoys utilizing her creativity and is passionate about writing, proofreading, and spreading the word about the exciting work Linkage is doing.

Background and Experience:

Prior to joining Linkage, Emma worked as the Director of Member and Community Relations for the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce, where she assisted with all facets of marketing, event planning, maintaining existing member relationships, and creating new ones. Before that, she worked for a local insurance agency in Boston as their Marketing Manager.

Education and Training:

Emma received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications, specifically Public Relations, from Suffolk University.  She also has a minor in sociology.

Emma's Insights

Recapping Our Favorite Insights | Top 5 Blogs of 2019

As 2019 comes to a close and we prepare for 2020, we wanted to share our most popular posts from the past year that resonated with you, our readers. With that, we present the top 5 blogs of 2019, and send you our best wishes for a Happy New Year!

Leveling the Playing Field for Women in the Workplace | 9 Takeaways from Our Recent Webinar with Kaiser Permanente

Despite the large number of qualified women in today’s workforce, organizations still struggle with retaining and developing their women leaders. In our latest webinar, we discussed what can be done to change that with Kaiser Permanente, and are sharing 9 valuable takeaways.

Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum Appears on the RK3 Show Podcast

Linkage CEO, Jennifer McCollum, recently appeared on the RK3 Show Podcast and provided her insights into leading when it’s difficult. She covered topics such as advancing women, creating purposeful leaders, and creating cultures of inclusion.

Christine Lagarde Is Changing the Landscape of the Financial Industry for Women

Christine Lagarde, head of the European Central Bank, appeared on 60 Minutes to discuss the future of the global economy, and the importance of creating gender parity in the finance industry.

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