Emily Mamula


Emily is a Dallas native and lover of math, science, reading, and writing. She found her way back to North Texas after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Olin College in 2015.

Since then, she has worked in a research lab at UT Southwestern Medical Center (ask her about working in parasitology lab while also having a touch of parasitophobia) and as a technician in a veterinary hospital (with the scars to prove it), with sessions as a personal tutor on the side. For the last 3 years, she has also jumped back into classes herself in pursuit of a second degree.

In her spare time, Emily is a sometimes-crafter, avid reader, sporadic writer, and accomplished Netflix streamer. Her greatest mastery is the art of tsundoku, otherwise known as the practice of “acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one's home without reading them.” She is lucky we don’t get more earthquakes in Texas, because her books would surely crush her.

She shares her home with a very high-maintenance cat named Tonks (yes, he’s a boy; yes, she knew that when she named him; yes, there’s a story there).