Elizabeth comes to Interfaith Action with experience in volunteer management and interfaith dialogue.
She graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, with a B.A. in Global Studies, focusing on development and social justice. She was a part of her school’s first cohort of Interfaith Scholars and is now an alumnus of Interfaith America.
After graduation, she completed a year of service with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps in Omaha, Nebraska, working as the Volunteer Coordinator at a local Hospice House. After her service year, she moved back to her hometown of West St. Paul, Minnesota, and worked at Lutheran Social Service, Refugee Services as its Volunteer Facilitator.
Elizabeth loves the work of connecting faith communities to service opportunities, especially those which encourage growth and relationship-building.
In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys playing music with her family’s folk band and relaxing with her two new cats, Millie and Oliver. She has just started checking out trivia nights at local breweries with friends and hopes to one day win first place.