Emilie Dye is a Marketing and Research Analyst working with Matt Taylor in the Intergenerational Program at the Centre for Independent Studies.
After graduating from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, she moved from Washington, DC to Sydney, Australia. While in DC, she interned at the Cato Institute under Randal O’Toole, where she worked on land-use regulation.
In Australia, Emilie began her career as the Policy Director for the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, where she testified before the Senate Economics Committee. She also served as the Australian Lead for Young Voices, a program that supports young people pursuing writing and political commentary.
Emilie has written opinion pieces for several publications, including the Australian Financial Review, The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator Australia, and Reason Magazine in the United States. She has also been a guest on many radio programs and podcasts, including the CIS’s Liberalism in Question Podcast.
Born on the border between the Millennial and Zoomer generations, Emilie is particularly passionate about housing affordability in Australia, a topic she often discussed in her weekly appearance on Sky News’ The Front Page with Jenna Clarke.