Emily Zoltai is a Certified Orthotist and Board Eligible Prosthetist from Minneapolis, MN. She is a graduate of the Century College/Concordia University Masters program for Orthotics and Prosthetics and recently completed a residency at Hanger clinic (formerly Scheck and Siress) in Chicago, IL. She is currently employed at the nonprofit “Protez Foundation” where she works with Ukrainian soldiers, refugees and civilians to provide prosthetic care to those who have lost one or more limbs during the war. She has also recently accepted a position at the Minneapolis VA as a research CPO. Zoltai has been a ROMP Ambassador since 2013 and plans on using her passions and experiences to continue the fight for access to prosthetic care for all.
Apart from school, work, and being a ROMP ambassador, Zoltai enjoys climbing with friends, Lino printing, cooking new recipes with family and gardening with her fiancé.
Her ‘Why’: What made you get involved with ROMP as one of their Ambassadors? I have always been passionate about finding gaps in access and using my skills and connections to come up with ideas on how to fill those gaps. When I was exposed to the ROMP clinic in 2013, I was excited about the idea of using these passions