Elizabeth manages the Women’s Policy Institute Local fellowship program and is the lead facilitator. She is passionate about developing authentic and powerful leaders and is a WPI alum as well. Previously, she worked as a bi-linguual community organizer, a health education coordinator, a consultant, and research assistant. The daughter of immigrants and a first generation college graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University, Elizabeth was awarded the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning’s Best Thesis Presentation. She loves karaoke and is an alto singer in the Riverside Revival Resistance Chorus and resides with her husband in Riverside, CA.