Elizabeth is the Executive Director of Constituting America, a non-partisan non-profit focused on teaching Americans about the Constitution. She served in the White House for two presidents, most recently, as the Director of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships, the nation’s premier nonpartisan program for leadership and public service.
Elizabeth was Deputy Director of Personnel for the 2016-2017 Presidential Transition. In prior years, she was a Principal at Rosslyn Partners. In 2012, she worked on the Romney Readiness Project.
From 2007 to 2009, she served as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush; working as the White House’s principal liaison for statewide elected officials. From 2001 to 2007, she held intergovernmental-relations positions within at the U.S. Department of Commerce working on issues including international trade, fisheries and the environment, and the Census. As an advance associate for President and Mrs. George W. Bush, she traveled domestically and internationally, making preparations for multiple events. She also served as a detailee at the State Department’s Office of Protocol.
She serves as President and Board Member of the Society of Fellowships, and has served as Vice President and Board Member of the South Carolina Business Council.