Emilie Kornheiser is an American politician who has served in the Vermont House of Representatives since 2019.
In 2018, Kornheiser challenged incumbent Representative Valerie Stuart in the Democratic primary for the Windham 2-1 District seat. Kornheiser won with 72% of the vote, while Stuart earned 27%. Kornheiser went on to win the general election unopposed, with support from both the Vermont Democratic Party and Vermont Progressive Party.
In her first term, Kornheiser served as Clerk of the House Committee on Commerce and Economic Development until March 2020, when she was re-assigned to the House Committee on Ways and Means. She also serves on the Government Accountability Committee, the Vermont 2020 Complete Count Committee, and the Joint Carbon Emissions Reduction Committee.
Kornheiser also serves as a commissioner with the Vermont Commission on Women, and as a town meeting representative and a founding member of the Windham County Action Network.