As Development Manager, Elizabeth is responsible for planning and implementing effective, donor-centric annual giving and stewardship programs. She also serves as database administrator, oversees development operations, and assists with communications. She hopes to inspire support of CURE's mission to expand research for epilepsy, aiding patients and families affected by this disorder.
Prior to joining CURE, Elizabeth spent four years at Grenzebach Glier and Associates, a leading philanthropic consulting firm. After starting as a Project Assistant in consulting services, she worked in knowledge management and analytics, eventually becoming Manager of Analytics Operations. Elizabeth has experience in both the corporate and nonprofit sector, but she finds the energy and variety in nonprofit work to be more rewarding.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Beloit College. She resides on Chicago's north side with her cat, Puck.