Miami Marlins Player Development Department
Emily Glass is the Education Coordinator for the Miami Marlins Player Development Department. She grew up in Davis, California and attended Davis Senior High School where she was a four-year Varsity Softball player. She graduated from Pomona College in Claremont, CA with a degree in Public Policy & Politics and a minor in Spanish. She played two years of collegiate softball before returning to the game of baseball recreationally. In 2015, she received a Watson Fellowship to study, play, and coach international baseball in seven (7) countries outside the U.S. After playing in a Men’s baseball league in Australia, coaching Little League in Japan, and interning for Major League Baseball (MLB) in the Dominican Republic, her mission was to build an Educational Program and enhance a Player Development program for a professional baseball team. She is eager and excited to be part of the exceptional team making the Miami Marlins a first-class Championship Organization.