Emma began her broadcasting career at the BBC in the Midlands, where she started as a newsreader and reporter at BBC WM. She then moved to television where she was a presenter and reporter for BBC Midlands Today. In 2008 she made the move to the national news where she became the BBC’s East of England Correspondent, appearing on the BBC 1, 6 and 10 o’clock news, BBC Breakfast and the Today programme. She then transferred to London where she was BBC World’s in-house correspondent for a year.
After retraining as a lawyer, Emma soon found herself back behind the microphone as a presenter on Monocle 24, the sister radio station to Monocle magazine. She hosts a daily global news programme on the station and also reports for BBC London. In addition, she presents and reports for British Forces Broadcasting
"Very useful to have 'real' journalists running the course. A definite bonus and it made the course very credible.”