Elizabeth is originally from southwest Michigan, but has moved around from St. Louis to rural Kentucky before finally ending up in Boston. Hailing from a road tripping family, she enjoys stocking up on podcasts for the long drive (all 14 hours) back to Michigan to visit family. Elizabeth is a National Merit Scholar who graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis, double majoring in psychological and brain sciences and women, gender, and sexuality studies. During undergrad, Elizabeth studied abroad in Australia to further examine the history of aboriginal women. She is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work at Boston College, with a focus on providing clinical mental health support to youth.
After gaining her bachelor degrees, Elizabeth spent three years teaching middle school English in eastern Kentucky. She has experience with students of all ages, learning styles, and learning challenges, including ADHD and Autism. Her core strengths include writing, psychology, English, creative disciplines such as theater and performance, and general homework help for middle/high school students. Elizabeth enjoys helping others gain understanding and communicate themselves with clarity.
When she is not studying, Elizabeth can be found going on runs, playing with her dog, and curling up with a good book!