Elizabeth is the Director of Communications at the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program, where she obsesses over the country’s most critical financial security challenges—and how they affect our families, our economies, and our world.
She has spent over a dozen years in the U.S. financial health and global development finance space. She is deeply passionate about helping the field tell more compelling stories, elevate essential data and insights, and develop smarter strategies to improve policies and practices. She has traveled extensively throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Her professional training in quantitative methods includes econometrics, statistical analysis, program evaluation, cost benefit analysis, and policy development and feasibility for application in public policy and business organizations.
Elizabeth holds a Master in Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a BA in International Relations the University of California at Berkeley.