Emily Boardman Ndulue

Civic Media
  • Researcher/Community Manager, Media Cloud

Emily Boardman Ndulue joined the Media Cloud project in 2018. Media Cloud is an open-source news analysis platform developed by MIT and Harvard that allows you to explore the attention, influence, and framing of issues in the media. She works with journalists, non-profits, activists and foundations on mapping media representation and on designing interventions based on Media Cloud's insights.


Emily holds a master's degree in  health communication through a joint program of Tufts University School of Medicine and Emerson College. Her background is in communications for health organizations, nonprofit marketing and communications, and strategic planning and evaluation for foundations and nonprofits. Originally from Seattle, Washington, she currently resides in Quincy, Massachusetts. 

Emily Boardman Ndulue joined the Media Cloud project in 2018. Media Cloud is an open-source news analysis platform developed by MIT and Harvard that allows you to explore the attention, influence, and framing of issues in the media. She works with journalists, non-profits, activists and foundations on mapping media representation and on designing interventions based on Media Cloud's insights.


Emily holds a master's degree in  health communication through a joint program of Tufts University School of Medicine and Emerson College. Her background is in communications for health organizations, nonprofit marketing and communications, and strategic planning and evaluation for foundations and nonprofits. Originally from Seattle, Washington, she currently resides in Quincy, Massachusetts.