Elizabeth is a person in long term recovery. She received her AAS in Human Services with an emphasis in Addictions Counseling in 2017 and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Human Services on her way to a Masters of Public Health Administration. She is also a nationally Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist and is working towards completion of her internship as a licensed chemical dependency counselor.

She has been with RecoveryPeople since mid-2019 where she worked as a Program Coordinator of numerous projects including the Recovery Capital Conference and recovery housing certification and technical assistance before becoming the Peer Policy Fellow.

Elizabeth is experienced working within the recovery community to unify stakeholders and elevate access to services for persons recovering from substance use disorders. Through her personal journey, she has become very aware that not everyone has the same opportunities to access recovery.  She feels passionately that we change lives through personal connection, community partnership and person-driven choice.