Elizabeth has been dedicated to the education world for over a decade. Throughout her professional career, she has gained a wide range of experiences in varying educational spaces, including teaching and instructionally managing teachers in reading intervention, ELA, math, and science on both the elementary and middle school levels. Additionally, she has network-level instructional management and curriculum development experience in science. Most recently, as an assistant principal, Elizabeth led the math and science departments at a middle school in Brooklyn. In June 2022, 94% and 96% of her eighth graders passed the Algebra I and Living Environment Regents exams, respectively, in the school’s first year taking these exams in person. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and Human Development from Boston College. She holds her Master's degree in Special Education from Loyola University Chicago.