Boston, MA, USA
Emily Ebersol is a 2021-22 Space and Society Fellow with MASS Design Group. She recently completed her Masters in Architecture from the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Emily received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Pittsburgh in 2019. Throughout her professional career, Emily has worked at the intersection of spatial, editorial, curatorial, and organizational design. She has worked with LTA Studio, the Community Design Center of Rochester, Perkins Eastman, Point Line Projects, and Clark Patterson Lee. She co-created and co-conspired the Design Justice Actions for Taubman College, a student-led, anti-racism campaign that works to decolonize and dismantle racist structures embedded within the institution and architecture education at large. Emily was an awardee of the University of Michigan Martin Luther King Spirit Award in 2021. She was recently published by Ediciones ARQ for a piece she co-authored, Recasting the Gandhian Urban Legacy in the Indian City: Nature, Alterity, and Activism.