Elizabeth started her career at CFSC in 2017, as a Grants Specialist. In May of 2020 she was promoted to the position of Lead Regional Coordinator/Central CA Regional Coordinator.
Elizabeth came to CFSC with a wide range of skills and talents honed through her experience working in the world of Non-profit organizations, beginning with the ultimate non-profit, public education, (as a High School Theatre Arts teacher). In 2003 she accepted the position of Executive Director for the historic Visalia Fox Theatre. Following her tenure there she served as the VP of Public Relations for the Visalia Chamber of Commerce until 2010 when she was offered the opportunity to combine her love of education and non-profit work in the role of State Youth Mentoring Program Manager for the California Friday Night Live Partnership.
Elizabeth lives in a small town, located in the foothills of Central CA, just below Sequoia National Park. She has experienced first-hand the devastating effects of wildfire. Living in 3 Rivers has taught her that prevention and preparation are key to keeping lives and property safe in wildfire prone areas.
Elizabeth studied at Ashford University and has a Masters of Arts degree in Communications, with an emphasis on Interpersonal Communications.
The best tip to be prepared is – Pack a Go-bag! Make sure you have what you need and keep it ready at all times.