Emily Anderson is a creative consultant and content strategist. She is the former marketing director for Donna Karan New York and Vanity Fair Magazine, where she worked with accounts including Land Rover, American Express, Telluride Film Festival and produced more than 100 consumer events and promotional campaigns.

Emily later joined Martha Stewart Living, working with global clients including Chrysler, Wyndham Resorts, Puerto Rico Tourism Board, Sub-Zero, Bernhardt Furniture. to host and deliver editorial-inspired content to audiences via the web, print, radio, in-store, live and experiential events. 

Emily launched Eco Chic Weddings in 2007, with a book (Random House), blog, events and social media channels. Eco Chic Weddings joined the first wave of successful style blogs on the web, including Style Me Pretty100 Layer Cake, Oh Happy Day! Eco Chic Weddings is a bestselling wedding book, her blog was a top 100 blog according to  and Emily's blog was read by thousands of consumers and industry pros daily. Average daily visitors were 2,000 a day at its peak--2008.

In 2009 Emily's second book was released, Eco Chic Home. To reach a broader audience beyond weddings, Emily rebranded her content platform. With the Good with Style blog and social media program, Emily established herself within the home and design industry as the go-to resource for sustainable style and design. She is a nationally recognized style blogger, author, and editorial contributor whose work has been featured by Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies Home Journal, Apartment Therapy, Lonny and more. 

Emily also established brand relationships and participated in social media campaigns, events, and editorial for the New York Design Center, Kravet, Modenus, and Las Vegas Furniture Market. 

Over the past ten years, Emily has worked as a brand consultant and content strategist for global brands including: ebay, Etsy, P&G, BRIDES Magazine, Las Vegas Furniture Mart, New York Design Center, Lamps Plus, Einstein Healthcare, L'Oreal, Estee Lauder.

Emily is also a certified yoga teacher and ethical tech entrepreneur whose most recent project is a coding program for kids that merges computer science, engineering, design-thinking, community-building, social responsibility, diversity-in-tech, and civic engagement.