Elizabeth joined CCASA in August 2021 with nearly 15 years of experience working on politics, policy, and advocacy. Prior to joining CCASA, she served as the Policy and Projects Director at the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women. There she developed policy, advocated for state and local legislation, directed research, and provided technical assistance to further women’s economic opportunities, address gender-based violence, and foster the equitable treatment and advancement of women and girls. Elizabeth previously worked at the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council, AFL-CIO and on various candidate and issue campaigns. She has a BA in Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and Sociology from Macalester College and a Master of Public Policy from the Price School at the University of Southern California. Elizabeth grew up in Alamosa, CO and is excited to be back in her home state and working with CCASA to create a Colorado free from sexual violence.