Elizabeth is an Expressive Arts Therapist, Interdisciplinary Artist, Educator and Community Organizer.
As an artist, she draws upon multiple disciplines to create socially engaged immersive installations. She has exhibited her work at galleries and museums internationally, including Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, Utah MOCA and Projektraum M54 at Art Basel. She is the recipient of numerous awards including a Learning Innovation Fellowship from The National Science Foundation, a Durfee ARC Grant and awards for her short documentary, Survivor! 98 Second Stories.
As an Expressive Arts Therapist and Educator, Elizabeth has over 10 years of experience working in private, organizational and K-12 school settings. She is currently in private practice.
As a community organizer, Elizabeth currently serves on the steering committee of Rising Arts Leaders, San Diego as well as The Arts+Culture San Diego Community Advisory Council. She is completing The Nonprofit Board Certification and Matching Program with United Way of San Diego and USD Nonprofit Leadership Institute.
Elizabeth holds a bachelor’s degree in French, a master’s in Spiritual Psychology and a post graduate professional diploma in Expressive Arts Therapy. She also holds certificates in Mindfulness and Yoga.
She has worked with organizations including Vista Hill Parent Care, The San Diego Unified School District Department of Student Advocacy, La Jolla Elementary School, La Jolla High School, The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, The Expressive Arts Foundation and Arts for Learning.