Elizabeth is an Advisor with the Arts and Culture group. She has experience in policy development, and emerging issues in Canada’s arts and culture sector. Additionally, Elizabeth provides logistical, strategic, and research support to her team and clients.
Prior to joining PAA, Elizabeth worked as a special assistant to a Member of Parliament focusing on policy development and community outreach. She also worked at a public affairs firm, where she focused on several arts and culture-focused files.
Elizabeth has volunteered for numerous non-profit organizations that support women’s rights and gender equality in Ottawa and is involved with an organization that supports Indigenous communities in British Columbia. She has campaign experience, as she has volunteered for her local Member of Parliament’s federal campaign.
Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts with an Honours double major in political science and history at the University of Ottawa, specializing in mid-20th century American history and Canadian politics. She was accepted into the international exchange program at the University of Galway in Ireland where she focused on Irish economic history. Elizabeth holds a Master of Political Management from Carleton University.