As the Program Coordinator, Elizabeth supports the Public School Forum’s programmatic and policy work, such as BTLN, EPFP, NC CAP, and the NC Institute for Educational Policymakers. She also coordinates events and contributes to communications including website updates and social media. Prior to joining the Public School Forum, Elizabeth earned a B.S. in Human and Organizational Development with a track in education policy and a B.A. in English from Vanderbilt University. During her time there, she interned at the Oasis Center in Nashville, TN where she assisted high school students in gaining access to higher education and developing post-graduation plans. Elizabeth is passionate about education policy and working to create equitable school systems for all students, especially those who face structural challenges.