“My experiences as a child peering into tide pools along Long Island Sound and taking nature walks throughout New England with my environmental scientist aunt, high school volunteer work at Mystic Aquarium (CT), and outdoor experiential education on California’s central coast in college, led to my interest in advocating for wildlife and habitat conservation. And now, I have two young children who are beach cleanup helpers and junior-citizen-scientists-in-training!”
Elizabeth is a college educator who mentors and advises students in admissions, leadership skills and prospective careers. Prior to her work as a college educator in the Bay Area, Elizabeth was doing research and pursuing her PhD at Indiana University. Previous positions include those in US EPA-Chicago’s Environmental Education and Environmental Justice programs, Journey World (Chicago), and Indiana University Office of Sustainability. In grad school she became a certified SCUBA diver, volunteered at WonderLab (Bloomington, IN) and served with Alliance for the Great Lakes (Chicago). Elizabeth is committed to using her skills to assist Lindsay in its efforts to inspire Californians to preserve the natural world.