Elizabeth brings over 20 years of experience in administrative coordination, data management in behavioral health, clinical research and fundraising. She is excited to be a part of ESAHEC team. Elizabeth is known to jump right into projects to ensure successful outcomes and goals. More recently, during the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, she worked on the “frontlines”—testing school students in Anne Arundel County; also, a Contact Tracer Liaison–managing cases and providing community resources to residents of Prince Georges County. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Services, with an administrative focus from Notre Dame of Maryland University. Throughout her career she remains genuinely passionate and focused on community collaborations and economic and health disparities. She is looking forward to bringing her skills and vast experience to ESAHEC programs. She enjoys volunteering with community initiatives and is a member of the Elks Lodge. In her downtime, she enjoys exploring the Eastern Shore and relaxing at the beach.