Elizabeth is a Bay Area native with a passion for both local and global issues. As an Associate at SCRB, she supports clients with written communications, digital strategy and advertising production.
As a summer intern for SCRB in 2018, Elizabeth worked on campaigns up and down the California ballot. She helped organize fundraisers and press conferences, tracked media mentions of candidates and assisted with opposition research, primary analysis and graphic design.
Prior to joining SCRB full time, Elizabeth was an intern at Lighthouse Public Affairs in San Francisco where she worked on projects ranging from public outreach initiatives to research on policy issues like marijuana delivery and affordable housing. She has also interned with the U.S. Department of State, USAID and several international nonprofits.
As an undergraduate at George Washington University, Elizabeth worked as a culture reporter for The GW Hatchet, served on the GW College Democrats Campaigns Committee and was selected as a fellow of the Elizabeth J. Somers Women's Leadership Program. She graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in International Affairs and minors in Journalism/Mass Communications and Arabic Studies. Elizabeth speaks conversational Spanish and Arabic.