Emma Faesi Hudelson is a writer and editor who helps organizations tell their stories to find success. Her work has resulted in more than $3.6 million in funding for local and regional entities, with clients in nonprofit, higher ed, local government, and the private sector. By finding the best messaging for the right opportunities, growth becomes possible--whether that means raising funds, increasing client base, or developing new programs. Emma's mission is to match organizations to opportunities and turn opportunities into outcomes. She holds a BA in English and an MFA in Writing from Butler University and is currently a Graduate Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in Nonfiction Writing at the University of Cincinnati.
When she's not working, Emma is riding horses or writing about horses. She has published on health, wellness, and human-animal relationships, and her work appears or is coming soon in The Rumpus, The Chattahoochee Review, Thin Air Magazine, and other publications. Read it here. Emma lives with two dogs, two cats, and one husband in a house by the woods along Indiana’s White River, and she spends as much time as possible at the barn with My Queen Bee, her American Saddlebred mare.