Elizabeth is a brand analyst, entrepreneur, and advocate for the creative economy. Her approach to work is a mix of academia and 'do-it-yourself' hustle. Her creative intuition is matched by analytical sensibilities. She's worked at Fortune 100 business to small start-ups and non-profits. She earned a B.F.A. at the University of the Arts then served in AmeriCorps’ N.C.C.C. on the West Coast. She spent almost a decade specializing in e-commerce. Later she earned a M.A. from the London College of Fashion where she studied the ecosystem of branding. While overseas, she produced and hosted a podcast about creative professionals. It doubles as primary research to understand the keys to a sustainable creative career around the world. As founder of LIFEWORK, she was hired to manage the Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship. At I.H.H.E. she produced the Institute's monthly sessions and supported eager entrepreneurs as they launched their businesses. Recently she strategized the launch a resource website powered by Small But Mighty Arts. She has dedicated herself to explore the entrepreneurial needs of all types of business'. In every project or role, she leads with clarity and respect.
Away from work, you will find her volunteering at youth centers, traveling to visit friends, or trying to make Uber drivers laugh.