About Emma Waldman
In 2019, Emma Waldman joined the Harvard Business Review as a writer and editor. Throughout her tenure, she’s edited popular book titles, articles, and educational tools. Her published works cover topics ranging from the five generations at work and entrepreneurship, to combating imposter syndrome and leading multigenerational teams. She’s been fortunate enough to speak on various panels and podcasts about the importance of age equity at work. Emma believes that with humility and understanding, the five generations at work can successfully learn to work together instead of against each other.
Emma is from Baltimore, MD. She holds a bachelor’s degree from American University and a master’s degree from Georgetown University. She volunteers with the Humane Society of the United States as an animal rights advocate and with the local public school system tutoring students in reading and writing.