“Society gets the kind of vandalism it deserves.”
— Banksy

Emilia Zhang

Having joined the Tronvig team just before the start of the pandemic in 2020, Emilia has since proved her worth by dancing through statistical analysis and cutting through the crap when it comes to bad data. She has also added significant value taking the lead on Tronvig’s qualitative research analysis and by collaborating with our external quantitative research partners on a variety of projects for clients in healthcare, financial services, retail, and museums.

Emmy’s passion in data and the environment has also resulted in published academic articles on animal psychology and an ongoing study of nesting seabirds managed by New York City Audubon, where she serves as a seasonal field biologist.

Emmy has a B.S. in psychology and environmental studies from Eckerd College and a Business Sustainability Certificate from the University of California, San Diego. When she’s not doing marketing research for Tronvig or attending the Museum Leadership In Climate Action Conference in Paraguay, she can be found monitoring predation on nesting American oystercatchers on beaches in Queens and tabulating invertebrate populations from the Javits Convention Center’s green roof and apple orchard.