Elizabeth has worked with Fortune 500 companies, governments and the social sector to build, lead, and advance the use of service and civic engagement as a resource for communities worldwide. Currently she serves as the VP of Supporter Relations for Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), an organization committed to developing leaders to engage civically within their communities to end educational inequity. Prior to joining LEE, she was the Chief External Relations Officer at the Taproot Foundation overseeing partnerships, marketing and communications. During her 9-year tenure there, she launched and implemented initiatives that advanced the pro bono landscape, including the strategic partnership component of the build and introduction of Taproot+, an online matching platform for pro bono, Pro Bono Week and the Global Pro Bono Network.
serves as the VP of Supporter Relations for Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), an organization committed to developing leaders to engage civically within their communities to end educational inequity.
Previously, Elizabeth founded 20% Theatre, an all-women’s theatre company dedicated to addressing the inequity of women and power imbalance in the theatre arena. In addition, Elizabeth works as a Consultant with the Benevolent Group, a consulting practice dedicated to innovation, equity, leadership development and program approach and positioning to enable the achievement of critical social goals.Elizabeth is a lecturer on social impact, the nonprofit sector, and partnership development at the Kellogg School of Business, Executive Education at Northwestern University.