Elizabeth is a California native who earned her B.A. at Humboldt State University with a minor in Theater and a certificate in Museum Studies. She earned an MFA in Studio Arts and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology. She has experience working as a Photographer, a Social Media and Research Director and a Curatorial Assistant at the Humboldt State Natural History Museum. She has also volunteered with Hold Your Horses, an organization that provides equine therapy for children and adults with disabilities, and apprenticed at Kendalia Wildlife Rescue and Rehab. Elizabeth has taught at and worked within universities and at university museums with students from a diverse academic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. Elizabeth's extensive practice in a variety of fields gives her a unique perspective to provide students with career exploration. She looks forward to applying her experience and training to assist students in understanding and reaching their aspirations and goals.