Elizabeth has been an Operations and Supply Chain professional for more than 14 years across several different industries, including publishing, cosmetics, and transportation and logistics. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, intending to become a professor. She ended up receiving her MBA from Northeastern University in Global Supply Chain and Logistics. After the recession, she and her best friend started a catering company out of her small apartment in Hell’s Kitchen, New York. She feels honored to work with Provide and the outstanding people that shape the lives of women in understanding their healthcare rights and choices. Her parents are role models and revolutionaries– her dad received his M.Div. from Harvard with a love of Liberation Theology and her mom received her M.Div. from Princeton University on Church History and Feminist Theology. She is the mother of a 17-year-old son and the oldest of three amazing sisters. She loves reading, watching a great football game, and partaking in St. Petersburg’s live jazz and cultural events.