Elizabeth offers extensive social sector consulting experience as well as a substantive background in the field of public health. She has rich experience helping social sector clients assess their effectiveness and measure their impact using both quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods. With expertise in survey methodology, advanced statistics, program evaluation, and implementation science, she is skilled in research design, data analysis, and synthesizing and communicating research findings to broad audiences. She has basic proficiency in Spanish.
Previously, she served as a senior research analyst at the Center for Effective Philanthropy, working with funders to gather and interpret feedback in order to improve their organizational effectiveness. She was also a survey specialist at Mathematica Policy Research, contributing to projects focused on healthcare innovation and national policy to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities. Additionally, Elizabeth has supported various public health research projects with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, San Francisco General Hospital, Highland Hospital, the University Of California, San Francisco, and the University Of California, Berkeley. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time hiking and biking around the Bay Area.
- Master of Health Science, Johns Hopkins University
- Bachelor of Arts, Environmental Studies, Middlebury College
Areas of Expertise
- Early Childhood
- Equity + Place