About

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Strengths Finder 2.0

Strategic – Achiever – Competition – Activator – Relator

Enneagram: 9, The Peacemaker 

Other 9s: Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Grace of Monaco, Claude Monet, Norman Rockwell, Abraham Lincoln, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, John F. Kennedy, Jr., General Colin Powell, Walter Cronkite, Carl Jung, Carl Rogers, Joseph Campbell, Walt Disney, Jim Henson (Muppets), Garrison Keillor, Gloria Steinem, Tony Bennett, Ringo Starr, Carlos Santana, James Taylor, Janet Jackson, Jack Johnson, George Lucas, Ron Howard, Gary Cooper, Jimmy Stewart, Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, Jeff Bridges, Morgan Freeman, John Goodman, Matthew Broderick, Whoopie Goldberg, Woody Harrelson, Geena Davis, Jason Segel, Lisa Kudrow, Toby McGuire, Zooey Deschanel, “Mister Rogers,” and last but certainly not least, “Homer and Marge Simpson.”

Education

  • University of Oxford
  • Azusa Pacific University
  • California State University, Northridge
  • Long Beach City College
  • Calvary Chapel High School, Downey
  • Mrs. Ferrara’s Pre-School

Work Experience 

  • Hibard Group
  • Spiral Paper Tube & Core
  • Idle Tuesdays Recording Studio 
  • Crissy Outlaw Ministries (sex industry)
  • Treasures Ministries (sex industry)
  • Montana’s Night Club
  • REI 
  • Bath & Body Works
  • Research Assistant, Azusa Pacific University
  • Forklift Operator
  • Driver 

Government

Nonprofit Organizations & Books

Emily holds a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management and, in 2012, she founded a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called Idle Tuesdays Recording Studio in Los Angeles, California. Since launching her nonprofit recording studio, Emily has become a member of the Recording Academy, Los Angeles Chapter (Grammys). 

Emily is passionate about helping people do good, and writes books that simplify the nonprofit process. Her books answer the four most important questions ever founder should ask themself: 

  1. What do I need to do?
  2. How do I do it?
  3. How much does it cost?
  4. How long does it take? 

Books

Emily’s books can be found in the Library of Congress

The Sex Industry

When Emily was 23 years old, she accidentally witnessed little boys, little girls, and women being sold into sex slavery. That experience profoundly impacted her. For the past 15 years, Emily has partnered with organizations working with the commercial sex industry, forced prostitution, human trafficking, sex slavery, pedophilia, and sexual abuse. 

Emily serves on the Advisory Board of the Hoving Home, a faith-based residential facility helping women overcome life altering issues such as sex work, early childhood trauma, and chemical dependency. 

Emily is the Business Manager for Crissy Outlaw, an extraordinary woman who left the porn industry when one man told her she was created for a purpose. Crissy is an inspirational speaker, and shares her story about life before, during, and after porn. 

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

Emily is the descendant of Mr. Mathias Miller, a courageous patriot who fought for our country’s freedom in the American Revolution. Because of his bravery, Emily became one of the millionth members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). She is an active member of the DAR’s Los Cerritos Chapter in Long Beach, California, along with her sister, the Chapter’s Historian.

Emily is also the granddaughter of a US Marine who fought in the South Pacific during World War II, along with his four brothers, one of whom gave the ultimate sacrifice on June 6, 1944 (D-Day), in Normandy, France.

Emily’s cousin Klaus, now in his eighties, was born in Germany while Adolph Hitler and the Nazi’s were slaughtering the Jews. Klaus, a German Jew, and a twin, tells stories of watching Hitler speak, surviving Dr. Josef Mengele, walking out of Germany to Palestine, eating grass to survive, and the dangers of socialism.

Daughters of the Mexican Revolution

Emily is the granddaughter of a Catholic girl who grew up in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, during the 1920s, and narrowly survived both the Mexican Revolution and the Cristero War.

She escaped Mexico, and immigrated to the United States of America, where she lived out her life with liberty and happiness.

The Hollywood film, For Greater Glory, tells her story:

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